If you see a house cat, the odds are high that it will have white paws, a look that many owners affectionately call “socks.” But socks are rarely seen in wildcats, the elusive and undomesticated cousin of the house cat, so why do so many pet cats sport furry white feet?

As it turns out, this story started about 10,000 years ago, when humans and cats decided life was better together.



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