Man is the mother cat
Known anthroposols John Bradshaw studied cats for 30 years, believes that, although cats are accustomed to living near people, they remained wild. In spite of this, a person's cat perceives as his mom-cat. So kitty tends to cling to the owner or the owner himself can jump on your knees, plaintive meows when he wants to get food, toy or other goods of life.
When the cat Matures, he continues to consider himself a cub master, and therefore still behaves like a child. He can ask to handle and downright demand that he paid attention. The food at the saucer is also taken for granted, but its absence causes confusion and even outrage. "What's the matter? Mom forgot about me? What is she thinking?!" - outraged cat. Of course, he immediately began to attract attention.
The cat can cuddle, RUB against the master's legs to allow Pat yourself, and then at the first opportunity, rush into the kitchen, expecting that the landlord will go after him. If all the tricks the cat was left unattended, he starts to meow loudly expressing their indignation at the negligent owner.
Who is the true owner?
In General, people are often surprised cats. First, it is striking that they have so little wool, to keep warm, they have to wrap up in some old rags. It is surprising the fact that people for some reason are so often eager to plunge into a bath with that awful water, which frightens the cat, because there you can drown! And it is quite unclear why the man walking on its hind legs – it's so uncomfortable!
Perhaps most strange is to the cat the fact that man thinks he is his master. It is quite obvious who the true owner of the house. That person opens the door in front of a cat, produces food, cares for him. And the cat just graciously allows you to love yourself.
Cats in literature
However, as imperfect people, many of them well understand how reasonable living around them cats. No wonder so many very intelligent and enterprising cats found on the pages of world literature. Puss in boots by Charles Perrault absolutely passive helps his master to get out of poverty and to marry the Princess (interestingly, in one of the Russian adaptations of the fairy tale Princess prefers Cat, because he is much smarter, more enterprising and better than the owner). Hoffmann's cat Murr is presented to the reader the wise philosopher, condescending watching the lives of people. The Cheshire cat in the tale of Lewis Carroll's Alice helps stray out of the forest, always supported her, at the same time sneering and over the days, and above all others, including the Queen. Well, Bulgakov's cat Behemoth is just fireworks of wit and endless charm!
So it pays to look closely at your cat and possibly learn from his wisdom.