Cats can sometimes seem distant with humans. At least that’s what we say, what we also sometimes see. But do not be fooled by appearances: felines not only have a heart like the others, but above all, they are very sensitive to the presence of those around them.
In any case, this is demonstrated by a study published on September 23, 2019 in the journal Current Biology. According to researchers at Oregon State University in the United States, cats do attach themselves to the people who take care of them, like babies or dogs do. They would thus be sensitive to the famous theory of attachment, according to which a young child needs, in order to experience normal social and emotional development, to develop an attachment relationship with at least one person who takes care of him in a coherent way. and carry on.