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Feature December 2019 Issue

They’ll Take It On the Chin

Enough said.

They’ll Take It On the Chin

Poor cats. While they’re still hardwired to think more like African wildcats than domestic house pets, often preferring solitary lives to social ones, their human caretakers have evolved to be social animals. They go for closeness and touching to display affection.

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