Turn out, you’re just a bigger cat, more friendly cat
Are you a proud cat mom or cat dad? We think that’s great – but your cat might disagree. According to a researcher at England’s University of Bristol, your cat doesn’t see you as their mom or dad. In fact, your cat sees you as another cat that lives in the household that is just bigger, friendlier and likes to share tasty food.
According to Dr. John Bradshaw, “Your feline friend likely thinks of you not as a parent, but as “a larger, non-hostile cat.”
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If you have a cat, you might think of yourself as your feline's parent. After all, you feed your cat, you snuggle him, and you probably even talk to him. Your cat, however, sees things a bit differently. According to Dr. John Bradshaw, your feline friend likely thinks of you not as a parent, but as "a larger, non-hostile cat."