Those that have cats know what I am talking about.
Although the process of domesticating cats began more than 10,000 years ago, the hunting instinct remains strong. In reality, in a wilder environment, mothers taught their young to eat, bringing dead or injured prey home and that instinct still remains in domesticated cats.
Even though domesticated cats don’t need to hunt to survive, they can’t resist the urge and generally enjoy hunting and chasing – it’s in the blood.
The cat’s instinct is to take the prey they hunted away from the source and return to a safe place where they can eat in peace. Unfortunately for you, this place is probably just outside your door.
Does your cat bring dead animals home?