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Your independent cat

Sunday, April 15, 2012
posted by Jim Murphy

How many times have you heard someone say “I don’t need anyone, I do fine by myself?” The truth is that humans do need other humans.  Cats by  nature are solitary predators, unlike dogs who hunt in packs. It doesn’t take much to know that your dog is showing you affection. He will jump, bark and give you a big sloppy kiss. Cats, on the other hand are also affectionate but they display their affection in a subtle manner.  They  are also highly social animals. When they are given the comforts of home, they don’t have to compete for bare necessities.  Many times we don’t notice when they purr while being pet or how excited they are when they touch us with their nose, raise their tail when they see us or blink their eyes slowly. These are all signs of affection. So when you think that your cat could care less whether or not you’re around, think again.

Remember, your pets count!



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