Thursday, June 28, 2007

Cat Stuff On Thursday

5 matriarchs.

Unlike other domestic animals, which were tamed by people, cats probably domesticated themselves, which could account for the haughty independence of their descendants. “The cats were adapting themselves to a new environment, so the push for domestication came from the cat side, not the human side,” Dr. Driscoll said.
I don't know, there are all kinds of science facts in the article so those of you who are not so sure about your religion are now warned. They even say something about a cat buried with its owner 9,500 years ago. That's more than 6,000 years. One more time, what will we tell the children.

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