Cat Training And Cat Behavior – Will Cat Problems Be Solved
The cat’s probable social behavior varies extremely from ferociously self-determining to compatibly outgoing with other felines. According to a few professionals a cat’s social qualities are “in evolution” from self-dependent to mutually dependent.
In reality, a cat’s behavior and resultant societal relations with other cats are dependent on factors such as population density of neighborhood cats, premature knowledge and the amount of food available in the vicinity.
Variation In The Population Density And Grouping Dynamics:
The family cat is a solitary seeker. It requires a large area to catch adequate prey, while scrounging for itself and it will protect that area from other cats too. From a study, it is revealed that a vicinity of sq mile (1 sq km) will sustain nearly five cats in the agricultural areas of