Study: They Have A Strange Way of Showing it But Your Cat Does Love You

Just because your cat doesn't constantly lick your face, wag their tail when you come in the door, or even want to be in the same room as you . . . they still love you.

A new study out of Oregon State University found that cats form bonds with their owners, just like dogs do. But they just show their bonds differently.

A cat shows it feels bonded and secure by being confident to explore the area they're in, by not showing signs of stress, and by occasionally acknowledging their owner's existence. So if that sounds like YOUR cat . . . yeah, they love you. 

When you die and they eat your face off no that they're doing that because they love you.

 

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