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Your cat doesn’t miss you when you’re away: Study

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by EF-Roger, Sep 6, 2015.

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  1. EF-Roger

    EF-Roger Member

    Unlike dogs, cats do not need their owners to feel safe and secure, preferring to look after themselves, a new study suggests.

    Domestic cats do not generally see their owners as a focus of safety and security in the same way that dogs do, according to new research.

    The study by animal behaviour specialists at the University of Lincoln, UK, shows that while dogs perceive their owners as a safe base, the relationship between people and their feline friends appears to be quite different.

    Read more Your cat doesn’t miss you when you’re away: Study | The Financial Express
  2. harpazo22

    harpazo22 Member

    That's not surprising. Cats are much different than dogs. They see it as having the home all to themselves which means much more room to roam!
  3. EF-Roger

    EF-Roger Member

    It's obvious. What gets me is the fact that they needed a study to decide this
  4. mtayp01

    mtayp01 Member

    And this is why I prefer having dogs. Moreso now that there's a study to further support my love for them! I just crave their loyalty and affection, aside from the fact that I find them cuter. I'm not really against cats, though. They're just an 'okay' pet for me.
  5. Steve Dawson

    Steve Dawson Member

    I noticed this study that claims my cat doesn't see me as a bastion of safety, it doesn't explain why she starts a fight with several of the neighbors cats and then comes running to me when they all inevitably gang-up on her. She'll make a point of meowing constantly at me until I take a walk in the garden to clear all the invading felines out. She knows where to come when trouble hits, thats for sure.
  6. EF-Roger

    EF-Roger Member

  7. dyanmarie25

    dyanmarie25 Member

    It is kind of sad to know that my cat doesn't miss me whenever I am not home. :( Anyway, I think cats are way more independent than dogs.

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