Cats have the ability to differentiate their names from other words

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Cats have the ability to differentiate their names from other words
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Original Article: Saito, Shinozuka, Ito & Hasegawa  (2019). Domestic cats (Felis catus) discriminate their names from other wordsScientific Reports, doi:10.1038/s41598-019-40616-4

Watch this video to learn about the research recently published in Scientific Reports from first author Professor Atsuko Saito (Sophia University) and fellow animal behaviour scientists Minori Arahori, Hitomi Chijiiwa (Kyoto University) and Saho Takagi (Azabu University).


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