How Cats Used Humans to Conquer the World
Sarah Zhang, The Atlantic
Sometime around the invention of agriculture, the cats came crawling. It was mice and rats, probably, that attracted the wild felines. The rats came because of stores of grain, made possible by human agriculture. And so cats and humans began their millennia-long coexistence.
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June 19, 2017 at 02:01PM