Watching you like a hawk. Or, like a cat?


you think cats don't actually care about humans, think again. A study from PLOS One, reported by The Animal Rescue says that cats keep mental tabs on their humans while at home.

A group of scientists from Kyoto University found that cats use context clues within the home to determine where their owners are, even if they're in a completely different room.

The experiment that led to this finding saw researchers recording the voices of cat owners calling out their pets' names, along with other sounds like the voices of strangers and of other cats. Then, scientists observed the reactions of the cats while playing the sounds.