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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Genus: Felis Species: Felis catus or Felis silvestris catus
Domestic cats, no matter their breed, are all members of one species. Felis catus has had a very long relationship with humans. Ancient Egyptians may have first domesticated cats as early as 4,000 years ago

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_behavior

Cat behavior includes body language, elimination habits, aggression, play, communication, ... Unlike intact male cats, female and neutered male cats usually do not spray urine. Spraying is accomplished by backing up against a vertical surface ...

cats.lovetoknow.com/Male_Cat_Behavior

Typical male cat behavior tends to lead some people to believe that toms really only make second choice pets. In reality, there isn't much difference in the way ...

www.best-cat-art.com/male-cat-behavior.html

Solve the problems of typical male cat behavior such as roaming, fighting, and spraying so he becomes the cuddly adorable fur ball you dreamed of having.

pets.webmd.com/cats/features/8-common-cat-problems-how-solve-them

Keep the peace between you and your feline friend with these solutions to common cat problems.

catappy.com/male-cat-behavior

Cats make excellent pets and are suitable for all kinds of houses, however, before adopting a cat, you should know about the behavioral pattern of your furry  ...

www.petcha.com/male-and-female-adolescent-cat-behavior-differences

Uncover differences (and similarities) between male and female adolescent cat behavior. Written by Mollie Hogan. A young cat's behavior likely depends more ...

www.aspca.org/pet-care/cat-care/common-cat-behavior-issues/aggression-cats

Aggression is the second most common feline behavior problem seen by animal .... Both male and female cats are territorial, but males may defend larger ...

www.cat-health-guide.org/malecatbehavior.html

"Male cat behavior is driven by territorial instincts, an aggressive reaction to something in your cats environment and urine marketing." ...

pets.thenest.com/unneutered-male-kitten-behavior-7475.html

Although the notion of your male kitten growing up and becoming an adult tomcat may sound far away and scary, it actually isn't. Cats grow up fast -- yikes!