Study backs up what owners already know: Cats don’t care
Japanese researchers have tested whether or not cats recognize their owners’ voices. The good news: they can. The bad news: they’re probably going to ignore it.
Two researchers, Atsuko Saito and Kazutaka Shinozuka, out of the University of Tokyo conducted an experiment to examine communication between cats and humans. The results were published in Animal Cognition and titled “Vocal recognition of owners by domestic cats (Felis catus).”
Ugh, once agian, I have a link in the part of the article I’m quoting that I can’t get to work.