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Anonymous:when I play with my cat and he's about to pounce on a toy he'll wiggle his butt in a very funny way. why does he do that?
Anonymous:Wild cats do this, becuase it's a way for them to get into position and brace themselves before they attack. Domestic cats share a similar feature - instead of grinding the ground with their hind legs (like wild cats do), they wiggle their behind vigorously to attain balance and leverage, before they 'attack'.
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