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Why is this kitten trying to crawl in my ear?

Asked by Dutchess_III (25567 points ) July 18th, 2011

My daughter rescued a kitten from two dogs, and, of course, brought it here. The baby is a case! She has a LOT of personality (Any typos from here on out are HER fault) Anyway, she’ll stick her nose in my ear and start purring loudly and licking the inside of my ear…and she’ll try to push her nose in further and further till I pull her out…why is she doing that??

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SpatzieLover's avatar

Does she need kitten formula? Sounds o me like you need to run to the pet store for some supplies.

trickface's avatar

She smells something tasty! (Your earwax)

erichw1504's avatar

Teh kitteh searches for teh earwax.

SpatzieLover's avatar

teh,teh,teh

Dutchess_III's avatar

Heh!

@SpatzieLover I’ve had cats all my life…this one is at least 8 weeks old. Old enough for dry cat food with, maybe, some water to soften it up.

tedibear's avatar

Maybe she wants to come out on the other side? Maybe you’re just reeeeeeallly tasty?

Dutchess_III's avatar

Or maybe she thinks there is nothing to stop her from going in one side and out the other? IT TICKLES!!!!

Mariah's avatar

Because she’s trying to kill you with cute.

Seriously that is SO CUTE

Maybe she’s nuzzling in a kind of odd way? Dunno, but I’m jealous.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Well….I’m willing to share @Mariah!

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