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The domestic cat has transformed from a solitary species who regarded humans as their enemy 10,000 years ago to one that forms social and amicable relationships with people.

These days, the foremost important things for pet cats are social relationships with their owners and their core territory. Connections with other cats have lower priority since many littermates are separated from their mum by the third month of life, joining new homes and encountering felines with fixed territories.

If your cat is attached to your hip similarly to my cat Simba, who follows me everywhere, you’ll be intrigued to find out that your cat may have a remarkably close relationship with you or may be displaying signs of separation anxiety.

Let’s decode why your cat is shadowing you to the bathroom, as well as the best intervention to enhance emotional happiness.

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