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However, many furries roleplaying large cat species characters may take a bit artistic license and purr nonetheless. In some rodent and bird species, bruxing is the equivalent. Also, it has been said by owners of pet rabbits that the lapine version of the purr is for the rabbit to rub it's incisors softly against eachother, making a purrish sound.
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