- LônLv 71 year ago
Eww, they're not...thet shiit in my garden...nasty things.
- audreyLv 71 year ago
Cause they're cuddly, loving, playful animals. 😻
- Anonymous1 year ago
Because humans bred them like that from wildcats. We didn't let the ones who weren't cute reproduce. They're still the same selfish vicious creatures, but now they're just smaller. Ofc they don't have the same anatomy, but their noises were meant to mimic babies. They rub against things because they have glands on the side of their cheeks that secrete hormones, marking their territory. Other animals can sense them, but humans cannot.