Did you know?

Did you know that cats are the ones that domesticated themselves? Many years ago as civilization was spreading through mankind. When we understood the importance of farming and storing food for future use. Mice followed us, and cats were attracted by mice.

So, the cats started coming closer to mankind to hunt the mice. Ending up helping humans produce from rodents. As time passed by, a relationship was ignited.

Here is a podcast elaborating more on this amazing story.

Amazing stuff about cats

It’s so clever of cats that they were able to evolve and rule our homes. These ninjas are intelligent and understand what independence means. They will make you their own slave, in your own home. And you will greatly serve them, with love and compassion.

Luckily, they don’t leave us empty-handed. They offer the best comfort and kinda allow you space to be you. As long as they get what they need.

My Snow

My Snow has been one of my best companions. And her bossy attitude never bothers me, a she always makes me laugh. Especially, when I least expect it. The tiny hugs and face licks are always something I look forward to at the end of the day, and once back from the travels.

17 thoughts on “Did you know?”

  1. Haha, I have planned a blog post on this very topic, to go live on Black Cat Day (of course) next month. I have always found it funny that people say WE domesticated CATS. Erm, not really. 🤣🤣🤣

  2. Cats! Your cat is a beautiful one. So regal . Reminds us of when cats were seen as gods in ancient Egypt. We have a dog but have taken care of our daughter’s cat and he is a ruler of the house for sure when he is here.

    • Thank you. 😻😻😻
      Dogs and cats under one roof makes the best pair to have around. 🐱🐶. The dogs end up serving the cats, and protecting them, while cats boss everyone in the house.


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