Cat Personality Study Shows Link Between Domestic Cats and Wild Felines

Feline behavior can be a puzzling thing, even for long-time cat owners. If you’ve ever used the word “neurotic” to describe your cat, you’re not alone. What’s behind some of the quirky behaviors of…

Source: Cat Personality Study Shows Link Between Domestic Cats and Wild Felines


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9 thoughts on “Cat Personality Study Shows Link Between Domestic Cats and Wild Felines”

  1. I have been saying for years that house cats and wild cats have more in common than not. Long term viewing of both clearly indicates behavioral commonalities that seem to be constant between various breed and species of felines. While individual cats have many different personalities, there seems to be a generalized ‘cat’ identity that all cats tap into and share.

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    1. Hi Snoops & Kommando!
      If there is one about humans, I haven’t come across it.
      However, once saw a documentary about Neanderthal DNA and learned that a large segment of humans carry some of that… the most amazing thing about that documentary was that apparently Neanderthals were good at arts (think cave paintings in France).

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