For thousands of years, cats have been relatively solitary creatures, caring only for themselves. Now research has found that as cats grow up ion confined areas with humans, cats still only care for themselves. However, cats are now getting more domesticated in the process.

Research by the BBC and the Royal Veterinary College shows that urban cats have developed ways of coping in small areas, such as avoiding confrontations by time-sharing territories and space, seeking refuge in other people’s homes and finding new ways of communicating with their owners, which usually involves demanding everything they can get.

To read more about how cats are changing, but their attitudes may not, click here.

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