What is going on when I rub my cats ear and he pushes his head against my hand?
cats have scent glands in their cheeks, near their whiskers which they will often rub against you in order to "mark" you as theirs. In addition, they will often push their head back against your hand or arm if they wish to continue being petted.
ttrash is right on target with his/her answer. My cats butt my hand when they want me to continue rubbing. Believe me, if your cat wanted you to stop, he would probably bite you.
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