'Deceitfulness and suavity:' Research confirms cats are hard to read

EDMONTON -- GUELPH, Ont. -- Science has confirmed what many pet owners already know.

"Cats are quite hard to read," said Georgia Mason, a behavioural biologist whose recently published paper digs into the age-old question: What is my cat thinking?

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