Solitary Pack Animals

Solitary Pack Animals Solitary Pack Animals

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Genre: Non-Fiction

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Status: In Progress

Genre: Non-Fiction

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The one thing Humans and Cats have in common is They are both Solitary Animals that are very often Pack Animals.

Summary

The one thing Humans and Cats have in common is
They are both Solitary Animals that are very often Pack Animals.

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Submitted: August 01, 2017

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I was struck by a thought today that I find worth talking about.

I was thinking about the issues in the South China Sea

These issues are all about territorial claims by all the Nations Bording it

I have four cats at home who mostly live in harmony with each other

Every so often a "Cat Fight" erupts and I observe it to be about "territory'

You See it all erupts because of "perceived' territorial rights at the time

A cat quite often claims the space around it as it's own at that time

Another cat innocently walks by or sits down there and it's a "Cat Fight"

The South China Sea disputes are a perception of boundaries by each Nation

There is nothing much in writing or resolutions by the United Nations Hiarchy

The fundamental issues as with cats is a solitary mentality applied to a "pack'

Humans and cats only live in  groups for convenience and not necessity

If we had the balance right then 90% of both species would live a solitary life

Humans and cats can find a mate  without the need to congregate

Evolution taking the "path of least resistance" has made us "pack animals"

Perhaps as evolution continues on it's path then on 100,000 Years it will get it right

 

 


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