LOVE FOR NON-HUMANS

" …research has shown similarities between cat cries and human infant cries…the purr-cry may subtly take advantage of humans' sensitivity to cries they associate with nurturing offspring." [1]

from livescience.com

The domestication of animals such as cats have fulfilled roles for us and in turn they have manipulated humans to better their success. Compared to dogs who have lived with us for 32,000[2] years and cats for only 12,000[3], what further changes will we make to cats and them to us with more time living together? Can humans and cats change each other to create new ways of surviving unseen future events?

To start the process of finding new cohabitation survival methods, we first explore how we can maximise the mutual benefits of merging feline and human worlds.

 

SLEEP CLOSER

 

10TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY GIFT


 

WHEN WE GET OLD...

OUR SWEET TEA KEEPS LONELINESS AWAY.


 


Further readings


A cat's purr is the perfect antidote for the gloomy winter


Cats' purring frequency has been proven to positively affect human health

Why do Cats purr?
Wedding anniersary
Wedding anniversary gifts
Bone China
Bone China

 

References

[1] Live Science Staff. 2013. Cats Do Control Humans, Study Finds. Available at: http://www.livescience.com/5556-cats-control-humans-study-finds.html?li_source=LI&li_medium=more-from-livescience [September 2015]

[2] Ghose, T. 2013. Dogs and Humans Evolved Together, Study Suggest. Available at: http://www.livescience.com/31997-dogs-and-humans-evolved-together.html [January 2015]

[3] Stockton, N. 2014. Scientists discover genes that helped turn fearsome wildcats into house cats. Available at: http://www.wired.com/2014/11/genes-cat-domestication/ [January 2015]

 

CATS

GLOBAL

BIRTH

LONELY

LOVE

NON-HUMAN

LISTEN

DEATH

SONIC