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Unread 04-29-2007   #1 (permalink)
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i hav to find what behavior descriptions cats and humans haveplzzzz helpfirst to help gets a ten and three extra pointsthx
 
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they are fickle
 
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Cats can get any behaviors people get. Just say a behavior you have, and a cat can surely have it too.
 
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eat sleep breed scratch fight pee shi* drink move iz that enough
 
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they need human affection. Just like we need affection from others.
 
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Our cats will beg, will tap you on the leg or arm to get your attention, look at you in an annoyed way if you make sounds while they're eating/drinking, and will come to you (and sometimes answer) when called.
 
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They are clean animals (and most humans are too!). Our cats will not go into the kitty litter box if there's just a little bit of their stuff in there. They sit up on the edge of it and go, so they don't need to touch the litter. Then when they are done, the sit outside the box and use one paw to cover it. Not to be gross, but if humans had to do the same in a litter box, we'd go about it in the same manner.And we do clean the box out often! They're just picky I guess.
 
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Cats can exhibit most of human characteristics if you look hard enough. They care for their offspring they provide for their families. They can communicate with others. They express emotion love, fear, hunger, anger, compassion hate. you probially think of some more. My cat talks to me sometimes I can have conversations for a good 30 minutes, he also has to sleep with his head on the pillow!
 
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Letting their feelings being known..altho, some humans cannot do that. it also seems like they can share , or, understand our feelings when we are down, and respond in their own 'cattly' ways...and the playfulness..like a child....and to snuggle up on a cold nite for warmth!!!...and then demand food....I think some of my ex's used to do that!!!!
 
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