Meowlogisms cannot be avoided even if the topic is a serious one: research news. Well, not perhaps serious. Somewhat difficult to say, but I needed a lead to justify the purrified headline.
In my continuous search for cat (content) research, I came across three scientific articles on cat behaviour. Two were on shelter cats and their behaviour, and the third article sums up three decades of cat-human and human-cat interactions and relationships.
And I found out about cats’ grooming, inactivity, eating/drinking, friendly interactions, negative encounters, and active behaviour of cats in shelters and about how the stress levels can be lowered by giving cats places to hide (i.e. cardboard boxes), which would make it easier for cats to be adopted by humans. And any sort of study on interactions and relationships of cats and humans can explain why crazy cat ladies exist.
As a cat content researcher, I meow need to look at connections of biological behaviour to the online behaviour of humans.