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The Escape Drive in Domestic Cats and the Dog and Cat Relationship

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Domestic cats reared without access to the street develop a pathological timidity, attributable to the escape drive being released by stimuli which would otherwise be subliminal. I suggest that in European and American cities dogs and cats form a commensality in which the cats provide the stimuli releasing the chasing instinct of dogs, and dogs the stimuli releasing the flight instinct of cats, thus mutually satisfying otherwise starved drives.

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1953-01-01
2015-08-04

Affiliations: 1: (Biometry Department, University College, London

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