Our furry feline friends can sometimes seem utterly non-understandable. They sleep all day, and they'll suddenly run from one room to another without warning. They scream for food, even if we've just fed them. They know exactly when we're about to get up, and climb into our laps. They love our dirty laundry. They love our clean laundry. They like shoving their noses into the soles of our dirty socks, and inside our worn, stinky shoes. They like the smell of trash. They like herbs from the mint family, but can't stand the smell of toothpaste or mouthwash. They are utterly confusing little creatures, and many of us have given up trying to understand them.
However, there are things they can teach us. In watching them live their own little lives, and how they behave towards us, we can discern behaviors and apply them to our own lives. Studying their biology can help us understand our own. Some of these things might be absolutely critical to improving your life, or to better understanding human issues. Here are four things our feline friends can teach us.