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Do cats play with mice because of toxoplasmosis?
Toxoplasmosis can finish a full cycle only in the cat's body. To get into the cat's body, toxoplasmosis changes the behavior of rodents and makes them not only not afraid of cats, but even striving for confrontation.
I once heard a thesis (in my opinion, logical) that cats play with mice because they check if the mouse is afraid. If the mouse is not afraid, the cat gives up and does not eat the mouse. I mean any sources that can prove the thesis that the behavior of cats can result from evolutionary adaptation. Can u help me?