George Fenvick, chairman of the Feather Protection Commission, said that it is cats who are responsible for reducing the number of birds. Maybe this is a regulation of nature, or rather a regulation of the law of evolution?
What do cats do with the spoils? After successful hunting, depending partly on prey, 30% were devoured by raw cats due to the instinct of their ancestors, 49% were brutally tortured by cats, released to catch, juggled I’m bored until the prey can’t drag away, then throw it away, leave, and 21% get bitten to death by a cat and then go home, seemingly to pay tribute to the owner, so raising them is not wasting food. .
But that’s not the worst. Some cats don’t just “worship” one owner. They are raised and loved by a homeowner, but sometimes sneaking to a second family to cuddle, drink, or even sleep at night makes this second owner feel like the cat belongs to him. .