Domesticated cats may still hear the call of the wild

03/19/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Many behaviors we see in our domesticated felines speak to their wild ancestry, as evidenced by similar behaviors in lions, tigers and other big cats, writes wildlife cameraman Simon King. Cats' habit of rubbing against their owners at mealtime mirrors lions' social behavior, and felines sleeping on high perches in the home resemble African leopards, who dine and doze on tree branches high above potential threats on the ground.

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