The kitten that started it all, the kitten “Biscuit Girl” Daphne:
Then there is ‘Baby Kitten Kneading to fabulous classical guitar sounds’
Followed by: I’ll Help You (with those) Thanksgiving Stomach Pains
And don’t forget: Ah Gots the Biscuit-Makin’ BLUES!
Don’t forget this crowd favorite: “Making Biscuits?!”
You seem… how you say? Tense to dee toche
Bunnehs getting into the act-shons:
[All four kitteh paws kneading puppeh furs] Yes Sir, I think we have some bone-scented massaging oil for you. I shall work it in.
The More You Know: Why Kittehs Knead
A: That loud purring followed by the sharpening of claws on some soft spot is called “milk-treading.” A nursing kitten instinctively uses his paws to draw out milk, gently pushing on his mother’s stomach to increase the milk flow. When older cats behave this way, it’s a good sign that they’re happy, content, and probably recalling their kittenhood.
Sender-Inner credits: Catharoo, the original kitten-kneading-cinematographer, Classical guitar/baby kitten knead by Adam T., Thanksgiving barf-a-thon by H.L., Biscuit-making Blues Sandra C., Bunnies kneading by Jill P. Shi-cat-su from Stacy G.
Be sure to post YOUR favorite kneading movies in the commmments! [head tilt]