Scientists have identified 5 characters cats

Scientists have identified 5 characters cats

The discovery will help to create Pets more comfortable environment.

Researchers at the University of South Australia identified five characteristics of cats.

As it turned out among the animals is impulsive, dominant, prone to acceptance, extroversion and neurosis cats, reports Real Clear Science.

Psychologists typically use a five-factor model to describe the character of a person, which includes openness to experience, conscientiousness, extroversion, harmony and neuroticism. The mixture of these five traits shape the person’s personality, at least in the eyes of some psychologists.

A group of researchers from the University of South Australia created a similar index of identity for cats. The team has identified five features that shape the personality of the cat: neuroticism, extroversion, dominance, impulsiveness and a tendency toward acceptance.

The researchers developed an index by studying more than two thousand cat owners from Australia and New Zealand. 308 men and 1850 women who participated in the study received a list of the 52 behaviors and asked to choose the most suitable for their Pets.

The researchers argue that their index of personality can help cat owners create a more favorable environment for their beloved Pets.