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news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/01/140127-cats-pets...

In the book [I say] that cats behave toward us in a way that's indistinguishable from [how] they would act toward other cats. They do think we're clumsy: Not many cats trip over people, but we ...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/cats-think-7cab3e3b138fc43b

What Do Cats Think About? Cats are natural predators, despite being domesticated, so often what they think about is how to expend their energy in ways that get them a mouthful of food. This is why an apparently relaxing cat takes such an immediate interest in small movements from strings, feathers or lasers.

www.quora.com/What-do-cats-think-about

What do cats think about? I did ask my cat, once, but she deigned not to respond helpfully to my overbearing Quora-induced attempt to invade her priceless cat privacy.. But later, some weeks before she died of a tumor, she reluctantly let our vet take a C.A.T. scan of her cat brain, albeit for a less frivolous reason.

www.cnet.com/news/scientist-cats-think-you-are-just-a-big...

Scientist: Cats think you are just a big, stupid cat. Anthrozoologist John Bradshaw insists that cats really aren't terribly domesticated and think that humans are the same species as them, but ...

www.cuteness.com/13708237/what-do-cats-think-about

Cats also think about how to get food, and they develop some pretty impressive skills to do it. Scientists conducted an experiment where they attached food to the end of a string. Cats pulled on the string, and found the food. The cats started to learn that pulling the string led to food.

moderncat.com/articles/how-cats-think

If you’ve ever wondered what your cat was thinking as she gazes out the window, or why he sits on your newspaper when you’re trying to read, you’re in good company. Read these tips on discovering how cats think!

www.theawl.com/2015/09/who-does-your-cat-think-you-are

To understand how cats see us, we have to understand how cats think, and, more importantly, how cats behave in social situations. People tend to assume cats are solitary animals, I think because they seem more aloof and willing to spend time alone than dogs do. But cats are not solitary at all.

www.huffpost.com/entry/john-bradshaw-cat-sense_n_4603722

"What we think cats are doing here is just trying to reassure their person — or [another] cat — who is hearing the purr that they are no threat, and ideally they'd like them to stand still and help them do something," Bradshaw told Gross. "So it starts off with kittens purring to get their mother to lie still while they're suckling, and it ...

catwisdom101.com/vet-101-cats-human

When cats think humans are cats, they tend to get frustrated with the humans and try to communicate with teeth and claws when their efforts at more subtle communication fail. This is isn’t too surprising. Many of us get annoyed or frustrated when a fellow human being ignores our verbal and body language cues.

mic.com/articles/108360/six-behaviors-that-prove-your-cat...

You might love your cat, but your cat doesn’t love you back. You might love your cat, but your cat doesn’t love you back. ... Science Reveals What Cats Really Think of Us. By ...