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Though they seem independent, aloof and unpredictable, cats are creatures of habit. And yet, there’s no fathoming a
cat. Why would one choose a small, cramped box, sink or cubbyhole over a more open space with all its possibilities?
For lots of reason. Here are a few:
So it is that our seemingly self-sufficient pets seek comfort in ways we may think unusual for such independent creatures. But it makes sense: Even the more secure among us want a place to feel snug and sheltered. Even if it’s something as surprising as a soda pop box.
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