In most cases, the things your cat loves are the very same things you love—like fresh, tasty food, long naps in cozy spots, and plenty of fun activities, to name a few. Just like us humans, the things cats find interesting, fun, or exciting can change as they age—your cat may.
Cats are the most popular pet in the United States: There are 88 million .. than dogs, especially when they learn by actually doing rather than.
We may be obsessed with our feline friends, but a new book suggests they don't really get us like dogs do.
But do cats, like humans, actually have common “facial expressions” that accompany these emotions? People have actually been studying.
Study finds the species generally live under the same roof in harmony – although cats are far more antagonistic.
Experiments by the University of Lincoln in the U.K. found that cats just don't love their owners back in the way that dogs do. This can likely be.