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La logica del gatto: come nasce la relazione tra uomo e gatto

Il gatto domestico, così come lo vediamo oggigiorno, è il risultato di un’auto- domesticazione e di una selezione naturale che ha subito una minore interferenza da parte dell’uomo rispetto, ad esempio, al cane. Per adattarsi alla vita familiare e urbana ha sviluppato una serie di meccanismi che gli hanno consentito di interagire con gli esseri umani; conoscerli permette di migliorare le sue condizione di benessere. La ricerca ha già fatto molti passi, ma la strada è ancora lunga!

Il gatto domestico, così come lo vediamo oggigiorno, è il risultato di un’auto-domesticazione e di una selezione naturale che ha subito una minore interferenza da parte dell’uomo rispetto, ad esempio, al cane. Per adattarsi alla vita familiare e urbana ha sviluppato una serie di meccanismi che gli hanno consentito di interagire con gli esseri umani; conoscerli permette di migliorare le sue condizione di benessere. La ricerca ha già fatto molti passi, ma la strada è ancora lunga!

 

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