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All You Need To Know About CATS

All You Need To Know About CATS

All You Need To Know About CATS

TABLE OF CONTENTS


  • Communication
  •  Adaptability
  • Senses
  • Hearing
  • Seeing
  • Smelling
  • Tasting
  • Feeling
  • Behavior
  • Breeding
  • Popular Names
  • Beds
  • Carriers and Crates
  • Games
  • Toys
  • What Makes cats So Affectionate
  • Facts

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All You Need To Know About CATS

The question of whether or not a cat's love is real might seem ridiculous to those who do not own cats. Dogs might claim the title of man's best friend, but everyone who has lived with cats knows

they're simply too awesome to want to be friends with. Some might argue, however, that those who own cats apply human characteristics to non-human entities. Well, those who argue that all animals

take care of their young ones just because of instinct have obviously not spent time with a cat. This article has helpful information about cats, together with just about everything you might want to know to help you and your precious cat in living together.

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All You Need To Know About CATS


Communication


Cat communication has many varieties of vocalizations. They consist of mewing, purring, hissing, growling, trilling, and grunting. Cats have cat pheromones and a number of specific body languages as well.

Adaptability


Like other felids, cats have similar anatomy. They are very strong with quick reflexes, flexible bodies, sharp retractable claws, and very sharp teeth that are adapted to killing small prey like mice.

Senses

Hearing

Cats are known for having astounding senses. A cat's outer ear flap takes in sound from every direction, which then goes down their ear canals to the eardrum. After the sound vibrates on the

the eardrum, the middle ear changes the vibration to sound waves and sends them to the cat's cochlea and finally the brain. A cat can hear from twenty hertz up to approximately 65,000 hertz. Since a cat

responds more readily to a high pitch than a low pitch, this might be the reason a cat seems to like a woman better with a high-pitched voice. The ears are also assisting cats in balance. This is the main reason why cats normally land on their feet when falling.

Seeing

The feline eye structure has the cornea, the lens, the retina, the iris, and the tapetum lucidum. The tapetum lucidum is a layer of mirror-like cells that reflect a small amount of light, helping a cat to see.

This is why a cat only needs 1/6 of the light that a person needs so as to see clearly. Nonetheless, cats cannot see in total darkness. They also have a third eyelid known as the haw to protect their eyes. A

cat's pupil is elliptical to help control the quantity of light that enters. In semi-darkness, their pupils dilate and become almost flawlessly round. A cat's pupil can dilate 3 times more than that of a human being.

Smelling

A cat relies on its sense of smell to establish its territory, and to know if the food's safe to eat. A cat's nose has almost 200 million nerve cells, making its sense of smell fourteen times more sensitive than that of a human. Astonishingly, a cat can remember a certain smell for the rest of its life.

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