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Dogs and cats are the most two popular pets that the respectable owners have always wanted to have but cats are the right choice of people who want to experience their mysteries every second. Back to the ancient Egypt era until now, these adorable cuddly creatures have been such a way of stealing people’s hearts. As a result, it should come as no surprise that cat photos and videos were thoroughly popular even before the growth of the Internet in the 21th century.
Cats are more closely related to their wild predecessors than dogs are to wolves, making dogs the more domesticated of the two species. Cats became more friendly with one another and considerably more accommodating of humans as they acclimated to live with humans, but there is no evidence that they have changed much more than that in the last few thousand years. Domestic cats’ ancestors, according to scientists, moved from southwest Asia into Europe approximately 4400 B.C. Around 8,000 years ago, cats began to congregate in farming villages in the Fertile Crescent, where they developed a mutually beneficial relationship with humans.
With 95 million cats owned in 2017, the domestic cat was the second-most popular pet in the United States. In the United Kingdom, 26% of adults own a cat, with a total population of 10.9 million pet cats expected by 2020. There are approximately 220 million owned cats and 480 million stray cats in the world that until 2021. Few months ago, a Facebook page called OMG Meow shared a completely understandable handy digitalized list of the most popular cat breeds for us to learn and love this incredible creatures. Let’s scroll down, take a look and upvote your preferred cat breeds!
More info: Facebook