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Discusses variation in Felis catus social behaviour, distinguishing between: 1) populations in which adult females are generally solitary and those where they are gregarious; 2) variation in group size and social structure, and 3) individual variation within and between age and sex classes in terms of the nature of social relationships. Specifically, note is taken of the significance of spacing, encounters, use of social odours, group size and structure, and social dynamics. Attention is paid to the nature and consequences of the social hierarchy that is established in farm cat societies, which varies considerably between populations. -S.J.Yates

Type

Journal article

Journal

The domestic cat

Publication Date

01/01/1988

Pages

67 - 81