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    Cat ( RBs - Animal )
    by Katherine Rogers

    Pages: 210
    Publisher: --
    Edition: 1st., 2006
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-1861892928


    When humans first evolved, they found themselves sharing their world with other animals that engaged their attention as threats, as rivals and as food. But along with these practical concerns, they were impressed by the superior strength, speed, sensory acuteness, and precise coordination they saw in so many of the animals.
    Cats, the last of the familiar domestic animals to be domesticated, have fared better than most. They have not been
    exploited, for people kept them to do work – catching rodent pests – that they spontaneously enjoy doing. Although they have been made emblems of sexuality, the sexuality they represent is often attractive. Their self-contained aloofness saves them from being patronized as dogs are. The same aloofness led people to credit them with uncanny abilities, which ensured them a certain respect.

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