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More Lies We Believe About Cats

Someone has to uncover the deception

Gray and white cat looking quizically at camera.
Uri looks quizzically at the camera. Photo by author

There’s a lot of misinformation, mythology, and downright lies about cats, and I want to clear up some of these falsehoods.

In a past article, I talked about four lies we believe about cats — they instinctively know to eat what’s good for them, are discreet about their bathroom habits, are light on their feet, and adore…




Cat photos, cat artwork, cat stories

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Christine Schoenwald

Christine Schoenwald

Writer for The Los Angeles Times, Salon, The Startup, Tenderly, Fearless She Wrote, MuddyUm.

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