Zen of Cats

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An average house cat has it in her DNA to snooze an average of 16 hours daily. Kittens, like human babies, sleep even more because they need a growth hormone that is secreted during sleep.
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Being hunters, cats have the ability to perform vertical leaps of up to 5 feet in the air or 7 times their own height.
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Cats spend up to one-third of their waking lives cleaning themselves. Their poor grooming may be a symptom of old age or ill health.
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Cats encourage humans with their purring, affectionate rubs, and an occasional warning swipe.
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Cats are independent and curious animals. They examine their environments from different angles — from high counter tops to beneath the bed and even around corners before jumping into action.
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Cats were worshipped as gods in ancient Egypt. Any cat owner can tell you they have never forgotten it.
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Cats have an incredible ability to find and maintain eye contact.
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Cats experience the same emotions as you do. They undergo the same chemical changes that humans do during emotional states.
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