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Exploring the Categories and Main Morphological Features of Cats  

Mengyue Chen
Zhuji Cuixi Academy of Biotechnology, Zhuji, 311800, China
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International Journal of Molecular Zoology, 2023, Vol. 13, No. 1   doi: 10.5376/ijmz.2023.13.0001
Received: 14 Aug., 2023    Accepted: 31 Aug., 2023    Published: 04 Sep., 2023
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Chen M.Y., 2023, Exploring the categories and main morphological features of cats, International Journal of Molecular Zoology, 13(1): 1-11 (doi: 10.5376/ijmz.2023.13.0001)


Cats are a beloved pet animal and widely exist in human society. Their unique appearance and behavioral characteristics are highly praised by people. This article will focus on discussing the main features and classifications of cats, including their physical features such as body size, hair color and texture, shape and size of eyes and ears, and shape and length of tails; the behavioral characteristics of cats, such as activity time and style, social behavior, hunting skills, and sleep habits; and classify cats according to different classification methods such as breed, ancestor, and geographical distribution. Through literature review and empirical research, this article aims to deeply explore the scientific principles and cultural background behind the characteristics and classification of cats, providing a deeper understanding and understanding of cats as an important component of human culture and society. The research results are of great significance for deepening people's understanding of cats, promoting the development of pet culture, and promoting relevant scientific research.

Cat; Physiological characteristics; Classification method
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