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Study of a group of 10 female cats under laboratory conditions showed that those more socially dominant showed more offensive threats, were involved in more bouts of social licking (and fewer bouts of social sniffing), spent more time on the floor than in the compartments, and gained more weight...

Bos, R. van den; Buning, T. de C.
Ethology, 1994, 98, 1, pp 14-37