1. Life with Your Cat: Understanding Some Mysteries of Cat Behavior.  UC Davis, Veterinary Medicine

There are several unanswered and unexplored questions about cat behavior, such as why and when they purr, why and when they yawn and why some cats eat plants. At the Companion Animal Behavior Program in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California at Davis, we are conducting a voluntary and anonymous web-based survey of the primary caregivers of cats to gather information about these feline behaviors. If you are the primary caregiver of a cat, your cooperation in taking about 10 minutes to fill out this confidential survey will be appreciated by thousands of cat caregivers when we disseminate the information gained from this survey. Thank you very much for completing this survey.

If you have more than one cat, please fill out the survey for the ONE CAT that you know best or have had the longest. This will be referred to as the specified cat.

You must be 18 years of age to take this survey.

So that we can get responses from many cat caregivers, please pass the web-link for this
anonymous survey to other cat caregivers you know.