Many of the lesser sophisticated animals, invertebrates, fish, amphibians, and lizards probably enjoy a worldview like 'it just is' and accept whatever comes along supports go with the flow. But once you take into account the relatively higher and a lot more complex animals, like wildlife and mammals, then human brain complexity turns into such that towards a greater or perhaps lesser level, intelligence and the ability to believe and number things away has to be looked at.
For those of you diagnosed with companion pets, or even those who have simply watched dogs at a distance, you might have wondered just how those pets view and possibly even take into consideration life, the universe and everything. This really is, each animal must have some kind of personal worldview; a perspective or perspective probably forever beyond our understanding - usually and not always.
I'm picking in cats through this particular circumstance because We have owned cats and kittens nearly all my entire life. This composition could equally easily have really been dogs as well as horses or any other domesticated mammal.
So what on earth are cats and kittens? Can we understand them? Can they identify with all of us? Well, trained cats are playful; inquisitive; adaptable; egotistical; they fantasy; they prefer variety while they can end up being creatures in habit; they will 'think' factors through and make decisions; they have a noisy language and a body gestures;