There’s a website where you can listen to cat purrs and it helps both humans and cats!
“The sound of a purring cat is one of the most comforting sounds available and can help soothe and calm you down when you're feeling stressed,” they shared on their website. “Naturally, it's not just the sound that is important, but it's also the presence of the warm cuddly cat. Purrli tries to recreate both the sound and the presence of your very own virtual cat through a custom sound engine modelled after real purrs. With a purr that delicately changes over time, Purrli aims at making the experience as real and lively as possible. Just like a real cat, Purrli will call for your attention. Just be careful when adjusting the last slider, if you don't want to be nagged in the middle of your work.”
You have adjustable sliders so you can find the purrfect purr for both you and your kitty to relax to!
Cat purrs are prove to calm, heal, and relax both humans and kitties.
Here are some use cases that others have shared.
“I couldn't tell you how many times I've used this cat purr to counter a panic attack, both in process and coming up. Turning this on for even five minutes makes the tension spiral out of my shoulders.”
“At work, I'm always very stressed out. Since my cat can't join me there, this cat purr helps calm me down!”
“I'm a freshman in college who isn't allowed to have my cat on campus. Back home, my cat really helped calm me down after a panic attack. Sadly, that happened a few times since I've started college, and it has taken me much longer than it should have to calm down. Now, I'm crying listening to this purring cat, because I finally have a way to calm down after a hard day!”
And like we said, these purrs help cats too!
“I foster kittens sometimes, and I recently got three little fellas without a mother. They were really rowdy and didn't really purr much, so I decided to play this purring for them. When I came back to check on them, they were all sleeping around the speaker happily purring along with the recording! It really helps calm them down; I play it all the time now. Thank you so much!”
“My father recently rescued a kitten from an intersection while he was out, and the little guy has been housed in my room for the last few days. Playing this over my speaker has not only helped the kitten relax, but I find myself dozing off as well! And when the kitten curls up on me and purrs, I can hardly tell the difference! This app is absolutely becoming a part of my sleep playlists!”
“I do a lot of editing and writing in the evenings, and I DO have a cat that 'tries' to help me. I play this, and we both relax. Chives falls asleep on his little nest close by, and I zone in on the manuscript I'm working on. Win-Win for me and the fuzz butt.”
We think this is a great idea to leave on when you’re not home for your cats to relax to as well!
Check them out and let us know what you think!
Related Story: Your cat's purr may help you live a longer life (Gallery)
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