2. THE KNEADER
I bet you seen this behavior in your cat before, and probably wondered just why they do it. Kneading, or the milk tread, this happens when your feline flexes and relaxes his front paws against some soft things. The original intent of this comes from when cats are kittens and they use this behavior to stimulate the release of the milk from the mother’s teat during nursing. As they grow up, however, many cats keep up the behavior when they’re on something soft or when they feel content.