Cats are independent because they were once in the wild and cats are better at hunting, so they do not depend much on humans on their food. there is a saying that goes " dogs have masters, cats have staff. '' that's why dogs are easier to train, but cats are easier to take care of. there are some cats that do like attention, like a Persian cat, but they were bred to be that domestic.
Yes, the Savannah cats are independent they hunt to get food to eat.
Yes cats are a lot more independent than dogs.
Yes cats are more independent than dogs as they are still in the wild basically but dogs are not.
Cats are selfish because the are independent animals
Well if it was hard it is probably because they are so independent and free-spirited.
The simple answer is that cats are more independent than dogs.
Yes it is.
Wild Savannah cats are independent. When domesticated, they will come to your lap on their own.
Cats aren't completely self centered, just very independent animals. Cats take care of themselves mostly, but they still need their owners to care for them. They can still be very friendly, even though they're are independent. Because they're independent, cats don't spend all they're time thinking about others, being with others, etc. They would rather be by themselves & do things at their own will. They aren't as social as other animals, like dogs, but cats will love their owners just the same, even if it's not as obvious.
cats are very independent and most cats love affection however there are a few moody cats that you get but every cat is different but with some specific types of cats you get specific personality
they have their claws so the they can climb trees, fight dogs, and catch their food. they are also very quiet so the can pounce on their food.....so a cat is like a mini surviver
Cats are quite independent but I always know when my cats need attention, as they get all affectionate with me, licking and rubbing me and purring.
Dogs think of their owners as the pack leader, so if you instruct it to do something it will do it, most likely seeking a reward. Cats are more independent and choose whether they want to do something or not.
Cats are very shy and most of them dont like people. But dogs love people.
Independent Lens - 1999 The Cats of Mirikitani 8-23 was released on: USA: 8 May 2007
One contrast in dogs and cats that can be spun into an essay is that dogs are much more trainable than cats. Cats can be described as a lot more independent than dogs.
Cats are very affectionate and are very independent, two key aspects of their nature that cause humans to be infatuated by them.
there are 20 something shorthaired cats. I learned that from my independent studie in 3rd grade. I think it was 24 or 23.
because cats are cats
Yes, as long as the child is not allergic to fur. Cats are quite independent animals and they are easily potty trained.
Their ears, their feet, their legs.
Cats all protect their young, teach them hunting skills, and seem to know exactly when it is time for them to become independent.
So cats can see. Cats eyes help cats see.
actually some cats do, it depends on if you have trained them to do it. the cats that don't come either have not beed traind to come on call, or they are just to idapendant. (cats are a verry independent race, that is why they often wander off to be by themselfs.)
The cats say they are the boss so that's why they do that.