If your cat seems a bit quarrel or aggressive, you may have to blame yourself.
Scientists have found that cats really are copies – and develop individuals that reflect their owners.
Although dogs often say that they are similar to their owners, cats have long been considered to be more independent creatures, reports Daily Mail.
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As a result, their pets were more likely to be overweight and "alarming or scary" and showed behavioral issues such as scratching furniture.
published in the PLOS ONE magazine, conducted personality tests on 3,300 cats owners, and also found that breeding cats are overweight more often.
The research is based on studies that show how education e can affect a child's personality.
Daniel Hann Moore, a professor of cat medicine at Edinburgh University, said: "Cats are mini-me. They are living creatures that have been severely affected by people around them."