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Character of Cats

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Unlike every other domestic animal, the cat evolved as a solitary animal, not a group-dweller. A dog in a household lives in a situation it has evolved to experience. A cat in a household is almost literally a fish out of water. That cats can nonetheless get along with people and (sometimes) other cats when forced to, is testimony to a remarkable adaptability. But it also Unlike every other domestic animal, the cat evolved as a solitary animal, not a group-dweller. A dog in a household lives in a situation it has evolved to experience. A cat in a household is almost literally a fish out of water. That cats can nonetheless get along with people and (sometimes) other cats when forced to, is testimony to a remarkable adaptability. But it also makes for an extraordinary range of behaviours. By putting cats in this artificial environment, we are asking them to do things they dont really know how to do, and it is not surprising that they react in a variety of odd ways. Cats have for years been the subjects of intensive research in the fields of developmental psychology, learning, emotions, brain chemistry, and perception. This title brings new knowledge to bear on the behaviour and nature of cats. The author enables us to see that many of the things that puzzle and at times baffle or even infuriate cat owners have a rational though often very surprising explanation in science.

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Unlike every other domestic animal, the cat evolved as a solitary animal, not a group-dweller. A dog in a household lives in a situation it has evolved to experience. A cat in a household is almost literally a fish out of water. That cats can nonetheless get along with people and (sometimes) other cats when forced to, is testimony to a remarkable adaptability. But it also Unlike every other domestic animal, the cat evolved as a solitary animal, not a group-dweller. A dog in a household lives in a situation it has evolved to experience. A cat in a household is almost literally a fish out of water. That cats can nonetheless get along with people and (sometimes) other cats when forced to, is testimony to a remarkable adaptability. But it also makes for an extraordinary range of behaviours. By putting cats in this artificial environment, we are asking them to do things they dont really know how to do, and it is not surprising that they react in a variety of odd ways. Cats have for years been the subjects of intensive research in the fields of developmental psychology, learning, emotions, brain chemistry, and perception. This title brings new knowledge to bear on the behaviour and nature of cats. The author enables us to see that many of the things that puzzle and at times baffle or even infuriate cat owners have a rational though often very surprising explanation in science.
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Title Character of Cats Height 13.1
Stephen Budiansky Width 1.7
ISBN-13 9780753816806 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0753816806 Spine Width
Publisher Orion Publishing Group Pages 224
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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