Do Cats Really Love You Less Than Dogs

Studies tracking cat gazes, greetings and lap-sitting conclude cats do form real attachments and need their guardian's care.  


Negative bias assuming cats are coldly detached stems from differences in social communication styles versus extroverted dogs.


While some cats bond more closely than others, even aloof cats depend on and find comfort from their special person.


Cats display love through subtle cues - half blinks, tail lifts, kneading, purring, head bumps and sharing sleeping spots.


Cats potent sense of smell equips them to recognize their owners apart from strangers by distinctive scent.  


Science confirms cat ownership uniquely reduces stress, depression and heart disease risks in ways beyond even dogs.


When given a choice, cats chose food from their caretaker over strangers showing a caregiver preference and bond.   


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