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"We are raising a 3 week old orphan right now, and are curious as to why when you scratch the back of her neck she goes crazy making a sucking/ nursing motion and her cute little purring noise. We thought it might be how a Mom gets them to nurse, but there doesn't seem to be any correlation. Is it like scratching that certain spot on a dogs stomach tat makes them kick their leg. Also, we would like to litter train her, but need to know at what age we stop stimulating her to pee and poop, so then she might be litter trainable."
"Kristi G."

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