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They can fall from potentially infinite heights and survive. They can pivot off of nothing to land on their feet. Scientists still can’t fully explain why.
Cat expert Jackson Galaxy explains the reasons why cats sleep on top of their humans - warmth, safety, territory, and love.
Cats eat strawberries? They sure can! And we’ll explain how much cats can eat, the benefits of strawberries for cats, and more.
In Britain, most pet cats are free to roam, but where do they go and what do they get up to? We fitted six cats with GPS trackers and found out
They do what they want, all the time – and can teach us a lot about how to live in the present, be content and learn from our experiences
Outdoor cats are considered one of the worst invasive species by ecologists. And humans are bitterly torn over how to respond.
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