Did you know cats can live alone or in social groups? Or that training can help improve communication between you and your cat? Join us for our first episode where we discuss these questions and more!
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Playtime from Morty’s point of view.
New media mention about our cat sociability research!
By Karin Brulliard
January 16, 2019
Dogs may have stolen the Internet from cats, but cat memes endure — and many center on one theme: Cats are aloof jerks.
The primary ambassador of this notion, naturally, is Grumpy Cat. But cats of all sorts, these memes tell us, desire to be left alone with their coffee, or demand darkness, or prefer ankle attacks to head scratches.
Okay, maybe you know cats that fit the bill. But it is not the case that “cats skew toward independency,” in the words of a new study on cat social behavior. In fact, researchers at Oregon State University found, many pet and shelter cats are pretty eager to interact with humans — particularly people who seek out kitty caresses…..
Memories of Japan (懐かしい)
Kurama-dera (鞍馬寺): Temple in the northern mountains of Kyoto.
Tashirojima (田代島): Cat island in Ishinomaki, near Sendai.
Philosopher’s Path (哲学の道): Walking path in Kyoto.
Cat behavior observed at Neko Café TiME in Kyoto, Japan.
Neko Café TiME (猫カフェタイム): https://nekocafetime.com/