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  • b1ackbird
    +5

    “Cats are not pack animals, they don’t depend on other cats. So they are not going to depend on their owners. But it doesn’t meant that they don’t want to be around their owners. This shows that they really do.”

    Though I agree that this is a bit of 'Duh Science' but it's gotta be documented somewhere!

    • GingerBreadMan
      +3

      Big cats are though. Domesticated cats are usually solo hunters. How do you explain that?

      • frohawk
        +3

        Bigger cats need bigger prey to support themselves, so they go after bigger prey.

        But the early big cats that did it solo often got killed by their prey and/or couldn't catch it often enough and starved.

        Big cats that hunted in groups got their prey often enough to survive and breed.

        I mean, I didn't look this up or nothing, but that's probably how it went down.

  • racerxonclar
    +3

    And the obvious statement award goes to...

    Kidding aside, there's zero shock to that. Granted every pet has a different personality, but on average, yeah, cats are very independent. Why I love cats more than dogs. If they hang out with you, it's cause they actually like you :)

    • GingerBreadMan
      +4

      Exactly why I like cats. I can leave them alone for a night and they will be fine... maybe too fine. Tons of cats love it when you are around them, but out of sight, out of mind runs deep with them.

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