Scientist claims that your cat thinks you’re an overgrown, clumsy idiot of a cat

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A British biologist who spent the past 30 years studying cat behavior is claiming that domesticated cats aren’t all that domesticated, and believe that their owners are “larger, non-hostile cats” instead of another species.     According to Dr. John Bradshaw, cats live in a state of arrested development. In his newly released book Cat Sense, Bradshaw argues that unlike dogs, whose physiques and behaviors were modified by deliberate breeding programs, cats were never bred for a purpose outside of the purview for which they were already valued: catching rodents and being adorable.….MORE

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2 Responses to Scientist claims that your cat thinks you’re an overgrown, clumsy idiot of a cat

  1. sarasinart says:

    I’m the pet human who makes the money and brings home the cat food. It’s best to know one’s place in the order of things………good article, Gregg.

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  2. Honestly, I think that most of the cats I’ve had the pleasure to have known have had a greater awareness of reality than Dr. Bradshaw, the author of Cat Sense. Cats are extremely aware of their dependency, just extraordinarily shrewd about pacifying their owners into compliance.

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