Cats can recognize our voices, according to a study, but they don’t seem to care.

If you own cats, you probably have your own theories about how they behave. You most likely had the opportunity to observe your feline companion and comprehend how he felt about you and life in general. But that would only be your opinion, supported only by your own experience and not by any scientific evidence.
Atsuko Saito and Kazutaka Shinozuka, two researchers from the University of Tokyo, set out to demonstrate what every cat owner in the world already knows: cats can recognize their owner’s voice, but they purposefully choose to ignore it.

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