There's still a lot we don't know about cats. Our feline companions, in contrast to dogs, who are commonly thought of as man's greatest friend
appear to regard humans as an undesirable but unavoidable burden.
We make sure their food and water bowls are always full, we clean out their cages, and we buy them trees to climb on so they can get away from us.
In addition, in contrast to dogs, cats are born and raised as predators, and it is widely accepted
cats are so detrimental to the natural environment that it is advisable to keep them indoors.
The arrangement may occasionally lead to conflict, but despite that, we adore our kitties.
If a cat suddenly begins acting in a way that is not typical of cats, we may become concerned because this behavior is not typical of cats.
Staring into your cat's eyes may seem innocent, but she won't enjoy it. "Cats hate being stared at because it shows dominance."