CAT

CAT

Cats, more precisely  domesticto distinguish them from other cats, are mammals, small and carnivorous, living with humans, raised to hunt pests or as pets. with  dog house. Domestic cats have lived closely with humans for at least 9,500 years,[4] and today they are the most popular pet in the world.[5]

There are many different breeds of cats, some hairless or tailless, and they come in a variety of coat colors. Cats are skilled animals of sănpredators and are known for their ability to hunt thousands of creaturesfor food, such as rats. They are also intelligent creatures, and can be taught or taught themselves to use simple tools like opening a doorknob or flushing the toilet.

Cats communicate by meowing, purring, hissing, growling, and body language. Cats in packs use both sound and body language to communicate with each other.

Like some other domesticated animals (like horses), cats can still do well in wild habitats like feral cats. Contrary to popular belief that cats are solitary animals, they often form “small packs” in the wild.

The association between humans and cats has resulted in it being frequently depicted in legends  and myths  in many cultures, including  old Egyptian legends and myths,  Old China,  Old Norway, and The Medieval King of Wales  Hywel Dda  (the Kind) passed the world’s first animal protection law by making it illegal to kill or harm cats, with penalties burdensome for violators. However, cats are sometimes considered evil and have 9 lives, for example it does not bring good luck or is often associated with “witches” in many cultures of the Middle Ages.

Until recently, cats were thought to have been domesticated during the  Ancient Egypt, where they were worshiped.[6] A 2007 study indicates that all domestic cats may have descended from the African Wildcat self-domesticated (Felis silvestris lybica) circa 8000 BC, in the Near East.[3] Recent evidence for cat domestication is the body of a kitten that was  buried with its owner 9,500 years ago in Cyprus.[7]

Cat is one of the  twelve animals  in Vietnam, often called “Mow” or “Cat”.


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