Scientists say that language is a way for comets to show their talents. They have developed a super-closed language – barking, which is only used to communicate with people.
Cats living together usually don’t bark and talk to each other; studies of wild cats have found that cats are quite quiet in cats.
Therefore, they only have more barking when they are with us. For example, it says, “Please sit down and hug Bun, I will let you bathe in my lovely glory.” “Please open my cat now. Food, the king is hungry.”
In 2003, Cornell University researchers conducted a test that collected cats’ squeaks at specific times, then played the recordings to their owners, and asked the owner to try to tell what the cat said. As a result, the masters have guessed it.
Scientists say that the language that we communicate with is developed by the domestic cat itself, not the usual cat language. For wild cats, no matter what they say, they will be interpreted as angry voices.
In fact, the moral of this story is: Your cat learned how to use sweet words to get what he wants.