Do you ever wonder how cats perceive us humans? What exactly do they see when they look at us? Inverse assembled a team of pet experts and veterinarians to try and answer these questions. Visit Inverse to read a fascinating article about feline thought processes and behaviors.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, I shared a resource to help us cope  with so much darkness in the world, on Monday, we featured a special edition of our Ask the Cat Doc column, on Tuesday, we reviewed, on Wednesday, Allegra talked about a favorite toy, on Thursday, we reviewed Jackson Galaxy’s Vitamin B12 Supplement, and on Friday, we featured a gorgeous painting by Bernadette Kazmarski.

I can’t stop watching today’s video – this little kitten must have been having a really yummy dream. Enjoy!

Have a great weekend!

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4 Comments on Mews and Nips: Do Our Cats Think We’re Just Bigger Cats?

  1. I enjoyed everything in this newsletter.

    I learned a bit more about cat behavior from the kitty comments & the resulting improvements after increasing playtime & finding ways to process extra energy.

    Thanks for excellent content & some nice pics of the girls, too. I look forward to all of your posts. .

  2. I feel my last cat, ‘Mr. Lucky Leo’ related to me in a way none of my other cats had.
    Leo was more like a small person, or either he thought I was more like a big cat. Our relationship was so intense, such as mother as to child & vice versa. We connected on a level of knowing what each other wants and needs. Unfortunately, he died in my arms in 2018, where he would’ve wanted to leave from for his long nap in the sky.

  3. I believe they don’t care what species we are as long as we bring the food and give a warm lap to sit on. But sometimes I think Miss Kiki thinks I am her mama when she washes my face and hands every morning before I get out of bed.

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