THEY OWN THE INTERNET NOW, AND DNA SHOWS CATS ALSO RULED 6,500 YEARS AGO

NBC NewsCats conquered our hearts and our laps more than once, a new genetic study shows. DNA evidence suggests cats were domesticated several times, earning their keep around grain stores and traveling the world as vital crew members in the holds of ships. The remains of cats have been found mummified in Egypt, in Viking graves and in various sites in the Mediterranean. Read more from NBC News. Read more on NewsOK.com

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