In a college dorm, in a prison, in a marriage
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William Jordan is an entomologist and the author of A Cat Named Darwin and Divorce among the Gulls: An Uncommon Look at Human Nature.
The need for companionship of any sort is a human-species trait, and in the absence of a human companion, the mind grows like a vine around any living thing. The first time your mind grows around a cat, you do not realize you have fallen in love.