Cats have a complex history of being called by their human names.
When they first arrived on Earth, their origins were shrouded in mystery, and they have been a mystery since then.
But now a new study has shed some light on how the cats’ names came to be.
The study, published in Current Biology, finds that the cat is more likely to be called after the cat has been seen as a human than before.
The authors also discovered that people who had seen cats were more likely than those who had not to think about how their cat looked.
It turns out that the researchers found that cats are more likely when the human being who first saw them sees the animal as a member of the family, rather than a stranger.
This is likely because cats are social animals who can communicate in a way that humans can’t.
If you were to see a cat and you were curious about what it looked like, you might think that it was a stranger or a stranger cat.
But in fact, it is actually a familiar cat, like a house cat, or a family pet.
“We found that people tend to think of cats as humans’ relatives,” study co-author Jochen Buhr, an evolutionary biologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany, told New Scientist.
“This suggests that they are more social animals, like house cats or cats.”
It also suggests that the animals’ names are used to refer to humans in a different way.
The researchers think that the social cues humans give their cats help them to recognise them, but they don’t necessarily mean that they know them by name.
Instead, they may be thinking about the animal’s appearance or its behaviour, or even the way it is used in a group.
There is a wide range of cat names, including “catie” and “cat-girl”.
The authors say that people may also be thinking of the cats because their cat is known to have been used in rituals in the Middle East.
As humans have become more isolated in the modern world, and as cat lovers increasingly choose to adopt cats, they have become less likely to associate the animals with their family.
The authors suggest that cat owners may feel that their cat’s socialization is more important than their own.
“The cat owner may think of her cat as a companion,” the authors wrote.
“She may think that her cat is a member not only of her family, but also of her community.
This is why cats’ family names are usually more likely after cats have been seen in human environments.”
But it’s not just the cat who is a human relative.
Other animals that are commonly called by humans include rabbits, rats, pigs, dogs, horses and even mice.
What do cats actually look like?
If you’re interested in learning more about the life of a cat, you can see the cat in the BBC’s video below.