US scientists have debunked the myth that cats are less attached to their owners than dogs.
It turned out that this statement is completely false and far from the truth.
Experts performed an experiment with 79 kittens, they were left alone with their owners.
After that, people had to go out, and after a certain time return to the tails.
While the owners were away, the academics observed the behavior of the kittens and revealed several levels of affection.
The most attached ponytails were sad and fell into apathy when their man left, and upon returning with all their might tried to show their joy: friction against his legs, purrs, went tail after him.
There was such a type of cats who was happy, and it was clearly visible, but they didn’t go to the hands, and the third type ignored the presence of a person, but they were in the minority.
Contrary to popular belief that cats walk on their own, it turned out that 64% of them are strongly attached to humans and for life. By the way, in dogs, this figure was even less by 3%.