CEU Event: The Social Lives of Cats: Improving the Cat-Human Bond Through a Better Understanding of Cat Behavio

When: Ongoing
Where: Online


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Although cats have coexisted with humans for thousands of years, relatively little scientific research has been conducted with cats - especially in comparison to the body of research on dogs. With pet cats outnumbering dogs by almost 10 million in the US alone and over 3.4 million cats entering US shelters each year, many applied benefits exist from future research in this area. This talk covers our scientific understanding of various aspects of cat behavior and cognition including perception, socialization, the mother-kitten bond, social behavior, personality, cat-human attachment bonds, and cat sensitivity to human cues.

Speaker(s):Kristyn Vitale Shreve, MEn

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