Cats Have Different Personalities
Like humans, cats possess different personalities. In addition to their genes, their temperament and disposition are largely influenced by their environment and early experiences in life.
The influence of genetics on the personalities of cats is more pronounced among purebred cats.
Important factors in the cat’s immediate environment can also have a profound influence on the cat’s personality. This is most evident among mixed breeds or the so-called ‘moggies’. Environmental factors help shape their personality and how they interact with people and other pets.
Early Life Experiences
The experiences that kittens encounter while they are still very young also exert a major influence on their personalities. This includes their experiences during socialization. Studies have shown that most cats from backyard breeders possess different temperaments than those that receive adequate interaction with people and exposures to various environments.
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