From New World Encyclopedia
Unification Aspects:

The domesticated cat has been associated with humans for at least 9,500 years and continues to be one of humankind's most popular pet animals, being valued for companionship and for its ability to kill rodents and other pests.

The domesticated cat has numerous adaptations that allow it to be a very effective predator of small household and agricultural pests, such as mice and even insects. These adaptations, which are so important for the individual purpose of wild cats (survival, maintenance, development, reproduction) also add to their benefit to the whole, helping human societies to control pests that might consume their grains or spread disease. In addition, cats add to the human wonder of nature, through their beauty, agility, often playful behaviors, and their ability to bond with humans and provide companionship.

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