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8th Feb '18 6:06:53 PM JMQwilleran
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* On ''Literature/LlamaLlama'', Llama Llama and Mama Llama sometimes show familial affection by rubbing noses.
31st Dec '17 11:20:49 PM GingaFan404
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* Dog owners often refer to their dog licking a face as getting "kissed", more so for small breeds. Puppies lick their mother's muzzle to get her to vomit food for them. In adulthood, the same gesture demonstrates acceptance of the lick-ee's higher rank.

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* Dog owners often refer to their dog licking a face as getting "kissed", more so for small breeds. Puppies lick their mother's muzzle to get her to vomit food for them. In adulthood, the same gesture demonstrates acceptance of the lick-ee's higher rank.closeness and trust.
24th Dec '17 10:14:13 PM JMQwilleran
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* In ''I Want My Mommy!'' by Tracey Corderoy and illustrated by Alison Edgson, a picture book about a young mouse named Arthur who has to spend the day away from his mother at grandma's, Arthur and his mother rub noses to express affection.
21st Dec '17 9:06:00 PM JMQwilleran
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* On ''WesternAnimation/DanielTigersNeighborhood'', the Tigers rub noses and say "Ugga Mugga" to express familial affection.
12th Nov '17 8:42:37 PM EdnaWalker
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* The kissing gourami is a species of fish that has large lips and actually kisses like a human would. Inverted in that those kisses are a form of fighting.



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** Cats have scent glands in their faces, and they rub things to declare to other cats "this object belongs to the cat that it smells like." So a cat rubbing its head on you is saying it likes you .... well enough to claim ownership of you.

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** Cats have scent glands in their faces, and they rub things to declare to other cats "this object belongs to the cat that it smells like." So a cat rubbing its head on you is saying it likes you .... well enough to claim ownership of you. Cats also slow blink as their form of an air kiss.
18th Oct '17 6:08:28 PM bfunc
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** Cats have scent glands in their faces, and they rub things to declare to other cats "this object belongs to the cat that it smells like." So a cat rubbing its head on you is saying it likes you .... well enough to claim ownership of you.
10th Sep '17 8:25:30 AM Malady
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-->'''Hans:''' Then who did I kiss? <fishsmack>

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12th Aug '17 4:53:24 AM Sharlee
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* Social whales and porpoises, having no appendages suitable for hugging, will rub or nudge one another to express affection. Dolphins do the same, and pairs will also swim in perfect synchrony with bonded companions.
12th Aug '17 4:50:23 AM Sharlee
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* Mice will sometimes express affection or friendship by "holding tails", coiling their semi-prehensile tails together as they stand or lie side by side.
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