In December, an experiment in animal husbandry was announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, by the head of the World Health Organization (WHO).
“A cat is a cat,” the organization said in a statement.
“Cats are intelligent and sociable, and we welcome them in our homes.
They are also gentle, loving, and curious.
This is why we’re investing in cats, and why we hope to one day see cats living together with humans.”
And this month, a cat-related project was announced in China, with plans to breed two cats, one with a human, the other with a cat.
But, to some people, the cats are just another pet, a joke, a way to get into their owners’ business.
They’re cute, but not really pets.
So, in October, the nonprofit Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) launched a cat breeding program.
The idea behind the project is that cats are adorable.
And it is, in a way, a very nice cat.
According to the HSUS website, a “cat is a pet,” and the cats on the program will be “part of a human family, not an exotic exotic pet.”
So far, more than 2,000 cats have been registered with the program.
And there are no requirements, no fees, no restrictions on how much time a cat can spend with its owner, or whether they’re allowed to take the cat outside.
The goal of the project, says the HSUSE, is to “reintroduce cats to people through socialization.”
The cats will also help breed “toys” and other “human-related items,” so people can “take a cat to their local pet store and pick up a toy.”
“It’s a really cool way to reintroduce cats,” says Hannah Shaffer, a researcher and director of the Humane Society’s Cats Program.
But not all cat owners are thrilled.
Some have expressed concern that the cats will end up being bred as pets.
In March, the Humane League of America issued a statement against the project.
The group wrote that the project was “an opportunity to exploit cats in a cruel, sadistic way,” and that the HSU’s announcement that it was partnering with the project “demonstrates that cats can be used for profit.”
In a statement, the HSuse said the project will “provide great opportunities for cats and encourage people to give them a chance to develop.”
Shaffer also pointed out that the program is “not meant to encourage people with cats to adopt, rather, to help them to learn about and adopt new homes.”
In the video, the animals are introduced to their owners in a home setting, and then they all begin to play.
It’s a nice way to start the day.
But some have raised concerns that the experiment could lead to breeding issues, as cats can’t be domesticated quickly enough to keep up with humans.
In the U.K., there have been a number of cat-breeding programs in the U, including one run by the RSPCA, which recently ended a project in which two cats were brought together to breed.
The RSPC said in its statement that the “introduction of cats into the homes of people is a great way to introduce them to a variety of cats, including domestic pets and kittens.”
Shafer says that even if the HSuses project does lead to an influx of “cat people,” she hopes it doesn’t lead to any breeding.
“I think it’s just the beginning of a new era in cat breeding, so it’s going to be interesting to see how that all plays out,” she says.
“But we can’t have the idea that this is an alternative to raising cats.
We’re just creating a new animal for human consumption.”
For more on cat breeding and the HSUs cat project, read the HSus website.