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Why Are Cat Bites Linked To Depression? University of Michigan Study



2/21/2014 7:12:36 AM

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Let’s clear one thing up: Not all cat ladies are crazy. Some aren’t even ladies — consider all the men who hermetically seal themselves indoors, with nothing but the symphony of beckoning purrs and meows to keep them company. From time to time, these cats bite. And if a recent University of Michigan study is anything to go on, the more they bite, the more depressed their owners are.

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