Badass Cats Who Will Amaze You
Cats, domestic cats more precisely to distinguish it from other members of the family cats, as small mammals and carnivores, living with humans, bred to hunt vermin or pets. It is believed that the intermediate closest ancestors before they were domesticated by the African wildcat (Felis silvestris lybica). House cats have lived close to humans for at least 9,500 years, and today they are the most popular pet in the world.
There are many different varieties of cats, some hairless or tailless, and they exist with a lot of color. Cats are animals skilled predators and are known for their ability to hunt thousands of creatures for food. They are also intelligent creatures, and can be self-taught or learned how to use simple tools such as open doorknobs or flush the toilet.
Cats communicate by calling ( “meow” / “mi-pond”), snarling-snarling, hissing, growling, and body language. Cats in the herd using both sound and body language to communicate with each other.
Like some other domesticated animals (such as horses), cats can live well in the wild as feral cats. Contrary to common belief of people that cats are solitary animals, they often form small flocks in the wild.
The combination between human and cats often lead to it portrayed in the legends and myths in many cultures, including the mythical legends and ancient Egypt, ancient China, Norway, and King medieval Wales, Hywel dda (who Kindness) adopted animal protection laws in the world first by setting outlaw acts of killing or harming a cat, with fines burdensome for offenders. However, cats sometimes regarded as the devil, for example, it does not bring good luck and is often associated with witches in medieval cultures.
Until recently, the cat was believed to have been domesticated in ancient Egypt times, where they were worshiped.  A 2007 study indicated that all domestic cats can be derived from African wild cats domesticated themselves (Felis silvestris lybica) around 8000 BC, in the Near East. Recent evidence indicates that cat domestication kitten’s body is buried with its owner 9,500 years ago in Cyprus.