Decoding Your Cat – American College of Veterinary Behaviorists
The role our feline friends play in society has changed considerably over the past few decades. We recognize that cats should no longer be classified as “low-maintenance pets” for owners who are gone from home for long periods of time, or for those who wish to own a pet who doesn’t require much attention. We now see that cats have individual personalities that endear them to us and allow them to be loved members of our family, deserving of the same time, attention, dedication, and respect we give our canine family members—and sometimes our children.
Cats have important jobs that benefit us as well. They help control rodent populations in agricultural situations. Research into their afflictions often gives us enlightening information about similar human diseases. They entertain us in movies, commercials, and stage shows. They come visit us in hospitals and nursing homes to provide comfort with their soft fur and soothing purring.
In recompense, the scientific community is delving into the true nature of cats. Cats deserve their own reality, rather than having us extrapolate that of another species onto them. Cats are not children, or rabbits, or small dogs. They are cats, and we should understand and treat them as such.
This is the goal of Decoding Your Cat: To bring the most current and scientifically accurate information regarding cat behavior to the public. To allow everyone the opportunity to climb into the minds of our cats—to the degree that such a thing is even possible.
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