What do you mean dogs are friendlier? My cat loves me!

Of course your cat loves you, but it’s possible your cat might love someone else, too. That’s what researchers discovered when they strapped tiny National Geographic cameras to the collars of 60 house cats and let them roam the suburbs of Athens, Georgia, U.S.A. The cat’s-eye footage revealed that at least one cat in the study lived a double life, splitting his time between two families who each thought they were the cat’s true owners. The two-timing tabby would scratch at one house’s door, nuzzle the owners, tuck into dinner, then scamper to the other house for a second dose of food and affection.


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