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Brothers in mind: scientists have identified the smartest cat breeds

Some cats have higher intelligence. than their fellow tribesmen.

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Many people mistakenly believe that cats do not have special intelligence, but this is not true, as British scientists have proven. Although there is no standardized test to measure intelligence in cats, experts have recently examined the adaptability, curiosity level, and need for mental stimulation in different cat breeds.

“From a scientific point of view, there is no universal measure of “intelligence” in animals. Each species has evolved to adapt to a different niche. Intelligence that is useful for one species may not contribute to the survival of another. Some evidence indicates that certain breeds of cats may be more active or friendly towards people. However, each cat is unique and there are significant differences within these breeds. Each cat has a unique personality that is shaped by both their genetics and life history,” said Samantha Watson, of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), the UK's largest animal welfare charity.

According to scientists, there are still some breeds of cats that have a higher level of intelligence than their fellow tribesmen.

For example, Abyssinian cats, which originate from Southeast Asia, are one of the smartest breeds in the world. They have a high level of curiosity and independence. Abyssinians are less shy than other cats and get along well with people as well as dogs and other pets like ferrets and parrots.

Brothers in mind: scientists have identified the smartest cat breeds

Brothers in Mind: scientists have identified the smartest cat breeds

Bengal cats – Another breed with a high level of intelligence. They are well versed in the environment, easy to train, get along with people. Given the mind of a cat, it is worth adding that she constantly needs new loads that will help her develop her intelligence. If their mind is not stimulated, Bengal cats either become depressed or become aggressive and destructive.

Brothers in mind: scientists have identified the smartest cat breeds

Brothers in mind: scientists have identified the smartest cat breeds

In the top three among the most intelligent cat breeds – Burmese cats. Intelligence coexists in them with a high level of attachment to people. Unlike Abyssinians and Bengals, Burmese are more attention hungry, often curled up in people's laps and trying to sleep in their masters' beds. Cats of this breed are also known for being very talkative and can even learn to play games like fetching.

Brothers in mind: scientists have identified the smartest cat breeds

Brothers in mind: scientists have identified the smartest breeds cats

If we talk about other smart breeds, then breeds such as the Cornish Rex, Scottish Fold, Singaporean, Siamese, Turkish Angora and Japanese Bobtail have good intellectual abilities.

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