Science of Cats
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More than 600 million claim residence in households across six continents... and now they may have dethroned dogs as the most popular pet on earth. An exterminator, fierce hunter and favorite companion - aloof and affectionate at the same time - the cat leapt out of the wood and adopted us on its own terms thousands of years ago. But how did man and beast form their unconventional relationship? From mummified cats unearthed in Egypt to bizarre genetic mutations discovered around the globe, National Geographic presents the latest scientific evidence to reveal how cats and people set off on a journey along the same road.
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and were often mummified as were humans. Cats in Turkey had a prominent place as a rat catcher in the grain fields.
To gather DNA from cats the U.C. Davis scientists put food on a stick that captured saliva for DNA analysis.Cats were prominent in Africa and the middle east at a time that the Europeans believed that cats were agents of the devil.