A recent article in The Guardian described a new book by two British scientists who argue that “the cat is our best friend”.
The book is called “A Cat’s World”, and it’s available in bookstores now.
The title might suggest a cat is a “good person”, but in fact the authors are actually talking about a more complex, life-saving role the cat plays in our daily lives.
The authors argue that cats can be “the ultimate environmental resource” because they help keep us alive.
In the book, two British academics explain that cats are a major factor in the UK’s climate.
They say the UK is home to one of the largest cat populations in the world.
And the UK has a cat population that’s more than double that of Australia and New Zealand.
So we have a very, very large cat population, and that’s a huge contribution to the carbon footprint of the UK.
And we have an incredible cat community, which is also very, many, many of the people that are living here are cat owners.
They are living in households with cats.
The authors say the cat is “the world’s best friend”, and that the best way to live with cats is to be aware of the fact that cats play a vital role in maintaining our well-being.
We are seeing a huge shift in the way we live with the cat and the way that we live.
The book explains that in a cat-friendly society, “our health and our happiness is all dependent on our cats”.
The book says that cats have helped humans for millennia, and in the past, people have often taken the cats for granted.
But that’s changing.
Cat-loving people are beginning to take the cat for granted and they’re taking their pets for granted, too.
In the book’s conclusion, the authors argue, “We have all lost the sense of self that has been part of our domestication.
We’ve lost the capacity to appreciate and appreciate our own humanity.”
What are the benefits of keeping a cat?
The benefit of keeping cats is that it’s a great source of pet food, for example, and the authors say that the cats are essential for maintaining a healthy diet.
But it’s also a good source of entertainment, for two reasons.
One, you can bring a cat to play, because they’re more fun than playing with other animals.
And two, you have a home to go to, because your cats are home.
What do cats do?
Cats are very social animals, which means that they are constantly socializing and interacting with people and animals.
So if you have cats, it’s likely that you’ve been able to keep them entertained and keep them in the mood, which can be good for your health and your mental health, according to the authors.
They also say that keeping cats can help prevent allergies, allergies can also reduce your risk of cancer, and cats also play a role in preventing the spread of other infections.
How much can cats eat?
In a study published in 2014 in the British Medical Journal, researchers found that cats consume more than twice the amount of protein and calcium than dogs, and they also consume more energy than dogs.
And they ate less meat and fish than dogs and cats.
They eat a lot of vegetables and fruits, but they also tend to overeat.
Are cats a good investment?
Some people argue that keeping a pet is the best investment you can make in your life.
But other people say that cats, like most other pets, have health risks.
One study in Australia found that cat ownership is associated with higher levels of obesity, diabetes, and hypertension.
A study in the US found that pet ownership is also linked to higher rates of obesity and higher levels in diabetes and hypertension, and a recent study in Japan found that the risk of certain types of cancer was significantly higher in people who owned cats than in those who did not.
Do cats have negative health effects?
There are some studies that have shown that cats’ health can be better in some ways.
Cats tend to live longer, for instance.
And research has found that in people with diabetes, cats tend to be healthier than people without diabetes.
And cats are also known to help with allergies, and to help keep people healthy.
Should I keep a cat in my home?
A study published last year in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine concluded that cats could help reduce the risk for a range of diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and cancer.
Cats also help keep the environment clean.
So you should definitely consider whether it’s worth your time to keep your pet in your home.