Study: Cats may not be as aloof as they seem

06/26/2013 | Discovery

Despite the common belief that some cats are indifferent to their human caretakers, new research indicates cats are more likely to respond to their owner's voice than a stranger's. However, the response is, in typical cat fashion, subtle: ear or head movement or pupil dilation. The study contributes insights into cats' cognition and shows how their natural tendency to mask their responses to stimuli translates into the home environment.

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