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Monday, July 2nd, 2007

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Unlike other domestic animals, cats probably domesticated themselves, which could account for the haughty independence of their descendants. "The cats were adapting themselves to a new environment, so the push for domestication came from the cat side, not the human side," Mr Driscoll said.

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