Camouflage is a common trait enabling animals to avoid detection by predators and prey. Patterns such as spots and stripes are convergent across carnivore families, including felids, and are hypothesized to have adaptive value through camouflage. House cats (Felis catus)
Cat domestication likely initiated as a symbiotic relationship between wildcats (Felis silvestris subspecies) and the peoples of developing agrarian societies in the Fertile Crescent. As humans transitioned from hunter-gatherers to farmers ~12,000 years ago, bold wildcats likely capitalized on increased
The Five thousand years of history of domestic cat in Central Europe project The last two decades have fundamentally changed our understanding of cat domestication, primarily due to advances in palaeogenetic methods. Analyses of archaeological and modern felids have revealed the Near
From losing her own cat to developing the tools and strategies needed to find your lost kitty, here's how Kim became the Lost Cat Pet Detective and why she's passionate about showing you how to recover your own missing cat.
This afternoon, faulty wiring, revealed by the recent power outage, required a team of professional electricians to restore safety to my home. While they were working, one of them had made mentioned that trained ferrets are employed to convey, “ferret”,