Feline lovers all over the world would love to cuddle with a furry cat at home. Cats are fluffy, have an elegant personality, and offer us a heartwarming feeling whenever they curl up into a ball and laze around on our bed or sofa. What’s more, they can also increase our life span in significant ways.
From causing a soothing effect on your nerves to preventing certain health problems, these graceful creatures can help you in indirect ways. Muriel Spark writes in ‘A Far Cry From Kensington’, “the tranquility of the cat will gradually come to affect you so that all the excitable qualities that impede your concentration compose themselves and give your mind back the self-command it has lost.”
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Cat cafes have mushroomed across cities, where feline enthusiasts can pet or stroke a furry cat while sipping on a refreshing drink. Also, research has shown that even watching cat videos all day (which most of us do to procrastinate) can bring a good emotional pay-off that helps tackle tough tasks later.
Felines may seem moody or not paying attention to your efforts, but they contribute greatly to keeping our mental and physical health soaring. So in honor of these furry friends, check out these little-known scientific facts about how cats can increase our lifespan.
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