Can we hack the brain of the animals? If yes, how?

Perhaps you meant ' can we hack the mind'? If you really mean brain , a physical organ like many organs in the body, the only possibility is cutting open the skull and physically taking away- can we call it hacking, may be stealing.Accomplished Yogis can

Do animals think like we humans do?

In theory humans have the ability of highly conceptualized thinking. This ability is distributed normally, and almost all humans have the ability to some degree or the other. Animals, on the other hand, have a limited ability to think conceptually.In practice, however, most humans never

Do you think animals care for their offspring better than humans?

Animals do what is necessary for survival. If that means killing the runt of the litter in order to provide a source of additional protein for the remaining pups or kittens, then that is what they will do. They are acting purely instinctively.However, I have had the opportunity to observe two mother cats raising a

In what ways are humans like domesticated animals?

In no way. The thesis of a "Verhaustierung" ("petification") of humans was once put forward by the young Konrad Lorenz who was an unreformed Nazi at the time - and, by the way, this intellectual setup remained with him throughout his life, politically green as he may have become in old age.This

Can the average house cat be taught simple sign language?

Yes,You can most likely teach a cat the meaning of signs, but whether the cat will pay attention and respond is entirely up to the cat, autonomous little beasts that they are.To know more: The Cat Language Bible - Review and Insights - Our friends 4 ever

What animals take care of their grandchildren, other than humans?

African elephants have very strong family bonds and will look after grandchildren, nieces and nephews too. I'm not sure about Indian elephants but it's likely too.I watched a documentary following a matriarch of one group recorded over many years. I looked

How to deal with narcissistic parent tricks

Dogs instinctively know the peck order very well. No one can tell them who is the leader of the pack.You said she treats her dogs poorly. That does not prevent you from treating your dog well. Do your part; but do not try to

What methods / tips can we use to educate a cat?

The only thing that works is positive reinforcement. Treats, ear scratches, attention and praise. Fuzzy won't understand the words you use, the tone of voice is everything. I can 'talk' to my cats and they'll start purring without me even touching them.If the cat has unwanted or misdirected behaviours, provide an

Should human beings domesticate almost all the wild animals?

Ever thought of this: Could it be that we did not domesticate the animals you mentioned, but that they domesticated us?It takes two to tango.Your suggestion to domesticate everything else tells me that you are convinced humanity has more abilities than other mammals wile infact we are the same. Domestication

Do pumas attack humans? Why?

Pumas (aka mountain lions) very seldom attack humans. They much prefer to avoid us.There are several situations in which they will attack.First, they will if they feel cornered. Pretty much any animal will do this.Second, if you get between a female and her kittens, she will attack. Again, a female of just about any species

Have domesticated animals adopted behavior from humans?

As pointed out, begging for food is a natural behavior for any social animal (in the weaker meaning : at least one parent interact with the babies). The kittens ask for food to whoever provide it, just like any other baby (including humans). The adult cat keeps asking if not learned otherwise

How do cats communicate?

Cats communicate through the same means as most animals: via verbal and physical cues. Verbal communication is evidenced by the "meow", the "purr",  the "hiss", and a few other sounds cats make. Physical cues include rubbing, licking (or cleaning), arching of the back, raised hair, extended claws. Typically the two are used together and are best interpreted together.

How do cats communicate with humans and other cats?

Animals communicate using ESP. Humans can do this too. I'm an animal communicator from the radio and it only took me ten years.Cats use their tail language and mows to communicate.Some breeds use their eyelids. Star for three seconds then blink once slowly count to two then blink a second time while staring at cats eyes.

Do cats get jealous of each other?

Oh, yes. Over seventeen years ago I took home a young cat from the vet's, Xena. She was a bit of a rescue, I suppose. Thinking she would be better with a companion when I was out, a week later I brought home a second cat of similar age

What if humans were wolves?

ehh... not sure why theres questions "for me", (says the system thingy) but here's an answer i guess from a teenager. Tbh if a human were a wolf there's either two ways living as a wild canine could go, for what I can think of so far.No.1 We Live. See in a city or country kind of environment humans

What animals take care of their grandchildren, other than humans?

African elephants have very strong family bonds and will look after grandchildren, nieces and nephews too. I'm not sure about Indian elephants but it's likely too.I watched a documentary following a matriarch of one group recorded over many years. I looked

Which would win in a fight: a tiger or a giant squid?

Squid. Have you seen Humboldt squid in action?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hum...

Do cats like being petted?

Depends on the cats. This is an individual preference and may also depend on their mood.When cats want to be pet, they may head butt you, rub themselves on you, or meow at you. That means you are now permitted to pet them.

Why are animals so scared of humans?

Because we invade their natural habitat and kill them.Because for sport , we kill them.Because we have gunpower, we kill them.Basically, we kill for fun. For money. For greed.All animals ever do, is kill if they need.(And/or to protect their offspring/pack, or fear of the

Do cats see us as human owners or cats too?

They most certainly do NOT see us as their owners. Their controllers at times, perhaps--and aren't our demands unreasonable?

Is it possible for a dog to understand what people are saying?

Yes. I started by teaching my dogs words, like the names of people they come into contact with. Other words are all in Japanese, because that's where I live.If I am on a long walk with my oldest dog Angel, I might say

Why are humans scared of animals?

Perky because our modes of communication are different. Animals rely much more heavily on body language than the average human is sensitive enough to pick up on. This makes a lot of people feel that animals are completely unpredictable which can be nerve wracking alone. Add to that the

Why is my cat shaking her head so often, mostly without apparent reason?

She probably has ear mites. That seems to be the most common reason for head shaking in cats. They are very tiny, even if you look in the ears you probably not see them. They do not go away without treatment from the vet. They will get

What animals take care of their grandchildren, other than humans?

African elephants have very strong family bonds and will look after grandchildren, nieces and nephews too. I'm not sure about Indian elephants but it's likely too.I watched a documentary following a matriarch of one group recorded over many years. I looked

What do cats do when humans fight?

Cats tend to be protective of the alpha in the house. My precious paws, Ardinn, is my protector. She thinks. She is defensive of me and many times stood up for me, in her own floof way.The ex husband and I would get into arguments periodically. If

Why do dogs like human owners?

Because they don't know that humans are the worst virus of this planet. Humans only take, destroy, use and abuse everything and everyone around them. Humans are extremely arrogant and selfish species who do not fit into the life-cycle on Earth at all:

Do cats see us as human owners or cats too?

They most certainly do NOT see us as their owners. Their controllers at times, perhaps--and aren't our demands unreasonable?

Why don't humans look the same as other animals look according to their species?

Compared to foxes, wolves, dogs, cats, horses, goats, guinea pigs, guppies, goldfish, koi, and donkeys, I'd say humans look remarkably like each other. What makes us look

How do dogs communicate with cats?

Dogs and cats that live together do develop their own ways to communicate with one another--I live with 2 dogs and 3 cats; and part of the joy of sharing my home with them is watching how they do interact. Sometimes they snuggle up with

Would animals really kill?

Mosquitoes.Specifically the female Anopheles mosquito.

How do adult cats vocally communicate?

I like this question, thanks for A2A, to share my kitten story.I think they can gain and distinguish the information through their voice. I have two cats, the little one named "Sushi" just like a pig:), i mean she loves eating. They always play together, sleeping hold together, also

Can the average house cat be taught simple sign language?

Yes,You can most likely teach a cat the meaning of signs, but whether the cat will pay attention and respond is entirely up to the cat, autonomous little beasts that they are.To know more: The Cat Language Bible - Review and Insights - Our friends 4 ever

When do cats purr?

There are multiple reasons why some cats purr. While most cats can purr certain big cats such as lions actually don't purr, they are considered roaring cats, and don't have the anatomy necessary to purr. Science isn't positive why cats purr, but there are some prevailing theories."A cat's purr begins in

How are animals better than humans?

In certain Aspects - Animals will Definitely be Far Better Off than Humans -The Animals will have a much more Keener Sense of Smell like in Dogs, Ability to See Longer distances like in Kites, Eagles, Albatross, In Animals like Cats they

Do animals communicate with each other (of their own kind) telepathically?

Not in the literal sense of directly from one mind to another, although it may seem so to humans who have not the highly tuned senses of an animal. All animals are masters of reading the body language of one

Are wolves stronger than humans?

If a wolf attacked me, one on one, I would bet against me. The wolf has worked its whole life running and fighting, and I'm here writing on Quora.But humans have knowledge, we can carry a stick that can hurt a lot more swung than we can punch, or a stick

Are human beings better than animals?

This is more of a moral question, but I'm on the opinion that humans are far more important and better than non-human creatures.First off, we are at the top of the food chain. Do you see, say tigers, ruling the world? No. We took land since we could even form

How do cats use their tails to communicate?

The cat's tail language is all about mood.An upright tail with a flick or curl at the end is happy and content.A horizontal tail with an exaggerated swish to one side and then another such swish to the other side means the cat is highly irritated.An upright tail all

How do Big Cats communicate?

Lions do low-frequency roars that'll be heard echoing across the savannah. Tigers do the same in the jungle forests they inhabit. Cheetahs chirp. Leopard roars can sound a bit like a wood saw, whereas jaguars sound like they're coughing

Do animals know we're the dominant species?

Thanks for the A2A.The more intelligent animals know we act dangerous, and unpredictable. We can kill and/or eat them. The social species (the only ones which might have the idea of dominance) wouldn't consider us dominant unless we're considered part of their kind.That might happen to individual humans, there have been anecdotal cases of humans adopted into

If your dog was being attacked by a bear should you try and save it or save yourself?

The bear would normally run away from the dog.Assuming that the situation that you described happens, logically If you are unarmed it's better to save yourself , if the bear turns to you that's it, there is practically no way to outrun it .However it's not as

Why are animals better than all humans?

That's just not true unless a person equates

Can pet dogs survive if humans disappear suddenly?

I think pet dogs would easily survive, given the human race disappeared. Right at this moment, I can easily imagine small packs of dogs in the cities, right now, living on the streets, surviving without human interaction. Some adjustment

Why are animals so scared of humans?

Because we invade their natural habitat and kill them.Because for sport , we kill them.Because we have gunpower, we kill them.Basically, we kill for fun. For money. For greed.All animals ever do, is kill if they need.(And/or to protect their offspring/pack, or fear of the

Do house cats and dogs recognize infancy in humans?

Yes; I have a picture of one of our cats, Carla, curled up next to me in my crib. She was one of four cats my parents had when I was born, and they were so patient with me! I was taught how to gently pick them up, never

In what ways are humans like domesticated animals?

In no way. The thesis of a "Verhaustierung" ("petification") of humans was once put forward by the young Konrad Lorenz who was an unreformed Nazi at the time - and, by the way, this intellectual setup remained with him throughout his life, politically green as he may have become in old age.This