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These cat proverbs come from all different cultures, yet somehow they are all completely accurate about our adorable feline friends!


Cheezburger has a youtube channel with even more videos! 


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Have you always wanted to speak cat, but you're afraid it'll be a catastrophe?

Worry no longer! Pusheen is here to help you get over your fear of learning the ancient language of the cat! 

Cat language can save your life. For example, say you're given this situation below: 

Cat: lays on back

Us: Oh, you want a belly rub?

Cat: so you have chosen... d e a t h

You see what we mean? You can prevent your own death thanks to Pusheen.  

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Cats love to expose their bellies to us upon greeting, but hate having their bellies rubbed --so what gives?! AnimalWised dug into this and created a video that explains why cats will roll over when they see you, and more about the feline body language and how they use it to communicate with us. 

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This is How People Call to a Cat in Different Languages

Your cat is roaming around somewhere and you're trying to find them... so you call for them. You use their names then you move on to a sound. They usually come running or not. (Let's be real, cats don't come running) But, how do other people around the world with other cultures call to their cats? 

a funny list of how to call your cat in different languages
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new experiment proves that dogs can actually understand what were saying
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From the Independent: "In a world-first experiment, academics in Hungary trained 13 dogs to voluntarily lie in an MRI scanner to monitor what happened in their brain when the researchers spoke to them.

They discovered that dogs’ brains process language in a similar way to humans, with the right side dealing with emotion and the left processing meaning. 

It was only when both sides of the brain agreed they were hearing praise that the dog was truly happy."