Why are cats curious?

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Why are cats curious?

Curiosity Killed the Cat:

Cats are famously curious, sometimes to the point where it causes them harm. While many other animals (including dogs) are naturally curious, cats have a reputation for wanted to know what a new thing is.

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Cats are curious for several reasons. One major reason is that they are territorial animals who want to know everything there is to know about their...

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Life Cycle of a Cat Lesson for Kids

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Chapter 4 / Lesson 31
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Discover the life cycle of a cat, beginning with the birth of a kitten as part of a litter of kittens. Explore the early life of kittens as they develop and play, how long they take to mature, when they can reproduce, and how long cats live.


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