may be more variable and, therefore, individually unique than

SuprunP

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Ukrainian & Russian
Most cat owners rightly believe that their relationship with their cat is unique. This is of course true for any long-term dyadic relationship, be it human–human or human–animal. Still, due to the great range of bonding and interaction styles between cats and people, these intraspecific companionships may be more variable and, therefore, individually unique than the relationships people maintain with any other companion animal species.
(The Domestic Cat)

Would you be so kind as to tell me whether it should be read as follows: '[...] may be more variable and, therefore, [more] individually unique than [...]'?

Thanks.
 
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