Where Do Cats Come from?

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Cats are domestic animals that were domesticated about 8000 BCE. Cats were cult animals in Egypt and it is thought that they were first domesticated in the region. Their ancestry is traced to five types of African Wildcats in the Middle East. They are the most popular pets in the world.
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1. Cuddle with your cat on your lap. While you stroke her back (or wherever she likes to be stroked) say her name over and over in a calming voice. Do this each time you sit down
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1. Make sure that your cat knows what it's called. Calling your cat by its name from the very beginning is a must. From the day you bring home your cat, you should start calling him
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well you can't be lol :P.
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I cannot offer a first use, but G.L. Apperson's English Proverbs (1929) traces it at least as far back as Thomas Hayward's Proverbs (1546) in the phrase: A woman has nyne lyues, like
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Cats live in or around human dwellings.
God created the cat for Adam because he thought he was worthy of adoration, and indeed he was not. The cat would not mind him and he saw in the cat's eyes that he was not the supreme being. You can find more information here: http://www.serendipity.li/eden/dog.html
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