This Cat Is Apparently Attracted To Men In Uniform, But You Will Not Believe How Much!!!

It happened in Taylor, Texas, during a recent traffic stop. The officer was writing a ticket when he got attacked by an affectionate black cat. I don’t know if that cat has a thing for guys in uniform or it was on the driver’s side and tried to distract the policeman, but either way, if I haven’t seen it, I wouldn’t believe it. Luckily, the patrol car’s dashcam captured this incredible and absolutely adorable moment that’s being shared with the world. Please, enjoy the video, LIKE and SHARE it with your friends and family. We would gladly appreciate if you invited your friends to LIKE our page. Thanks for watching!



There are approximately three cats for every dog on the planet. Yet, there’s still a lot of things we don’t know about our furry friends. For example, have you ever wondered what do cats think of us? It is proven that dogs do recognize that we are different species. The way a dog plays with a dog is totally different from the games with humans. Cats, on the other side, treat us just like other cats: rubbing against us, putting their tails up. Their behavior is based on mother-kitten relationship. That’s what kittens do to get groomed. Cats might treat some members of the household differently. It is because they learn what kind of tactics works with each person. If you get up at 4 am because your cat is meowing, and you give her food, she will remember your weakness and keep doing it. Some people think that getting a second cat to keep their first one a company is a good idea, but it could be quite opposite. Cats are very sensitive to stress: abstinence, inability to get along with other pets, that causes health issues. Mysteriously appearing dermatitis and cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) are caused by psychological stress. Observation and detecting the reasons of specific behavior are the keys to successful relationship with a cat.

Sources:

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/01/140127-cats-pets-animals-nation-dogs-people-science/

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