New study states: a cat reduces the risk of a heart attack or stroke by 40%
Every year millions of cats around the world enter animal shelters since they have no homes. This is the sad truth.
There are hundreds of millions of cats in the world, 80 million in the United States alone. But recent studies have found that cats have a unique healing ability.
Domesticated cats are dated back to 9000 BC as a result of years of breeding between wild cats. The Egyptians saw them as divine creatures, and in the Neolithic tombs in Cyprus skeletons of men were found along with skeletons of cats.
Cats, of course, kill parasites that can harm human food supply. They are also good at killing snakes, which are poisonous to humans.
Today, the cat is the most domesticated animal in the world. They are independent, easy to deal with, they show affection and are fun to be next to (when they don't drop things off shelves of course..).
The relationship between humans and cats is well-known and familiar, and now, new information has found that the cat's purr vibratory frequency have healing properties that affect the human body. It reduces stress, helps with breathing problems, and prevents heart attacks.