Did you know all this about cats?

  As indiscriminate animal lovers, we expect all creatures are pretty darn amazing. But most folks have grown so familiar with our domestica...


As indiscriminate animal lovers, we expect all creatures are pretty darn amazing.

But most folks have grown so familiar with our domesticated pets that we sometimes forget how incredible they really are. once you look closely, it’s easy to ascertain that the typical domestic cat is way from average.

Both their behavior and physical capabilities are truly awe-inspiring and can leave you watching your sweet kitty cat during a whole new way.

Cats spend about two thirds of their life sleeping. And a few third of their waking hours are spent on self grooming.

Cats can run up to 31 mph, which is simply over the regulation on most city streets.

Cats can jump about 6 times their own height, which explains how they get themselves into the darndest places.

Adult cats within the wild don’t meow; only kittens do. Some scientists think domestic cats keep meowing to speak with humans.

Some studies have shown that cats who want food purposely make their meow sound sort of a human baby.

Humans have 206 bones while cats have 231 bones in their bodies – the extra ones are often found in their spine and tail.

A cat’s purr may have healing properties –

- their purr features a frequency between 25 and 250 hertz, which has been shown to market healing in themselves and their human companions.

Cats are far-sighted – they need excellent night-sight and sight , but don’t had best with that specialize in objects that are very close.

Cats are literally lactose intolerant and will not drink much milk.

The oldest cat on record lived to be 38 years old.

The cerebral mantle of a cat contains almost twice as many neurons as a dog’s.

A cat’s strongest sense is smell – it’s 14 times better than a human’s.

Cats have scent glads in their tail, forehead, lips, chin, and under their front paws.

Cats can rotate their ears 180 degrees because of 32 muscles that control them, and that they can move each ear independently.

In ancient Egypt, cat owners would shave their eyebrows to suggest their grief of their furry companion’s death.

Cats are known to survive falls as high as 32 stories – their bodies are uniquely made to survive falls and their instincts allow them to spread their legs out, essentially using their own bodies as parachutes. They’re also adept at twisting their bodies to make sure they land feet down and using their springy legs to reduce the force of impact.

Cats cannot taste sweetness.

Scientific evidence exists that means domesticated cats have existed since 3600 B.C., an entire 2 millennia before Egypt’s pharaohs.

Cat language includes about 100 different sounds whereas dogs have about 10.

The cat brain is 90% almost like the human brain.

Cats sweat through their paw pads.

The reason cats can squeeze themselves into tiny places and thru small openings is thanks to their free floating clavicle, or a collar bone that isn’t attached to the other bone. this suggests they will fit through any space that’s large enough for his or her head.

A cat’s nose features a ridged pattern that’s as unique as a human’s fingerprint.

Cats rub against people to mark them with their scent.

The Egyptian word for cat is, “Mau.”

Only 27% of cats at animal shelters are adopted.

You should adopt a cat.

Ok, to be fair the last fact isn’t such a lot a fact because it is our opinion. Cats are incredible, smart, perceptive, loving animals and there are many out there who need forever homes. If you've got room in your home and heart for a replacement furry friend, please consider adopting a cat from a no-kill animal shelter near you.

Editor: Abderrahim Rehioui



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