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IN Animals ON 08 Jul, 2015
Whether you are a cat person or a dog person, you can admit that cats are interesting and facts related to them will excite you. Cats are the most adorable pet around the world. There are many things that are unknown to us about cats. Most female cats are right pawed while males are left pawed. A cat’s brain is more similar to a human brain.
There are many facts like cats only meow to humans, not to other cats.
It helps them to generate tissues and also helps them to heal. They purr to tell their mothers that they are okay and also to show friendliness and communicate pleasure.
When cat blinks eyes slowly after looking at you, it means she trusts you completely.
Cats don't chew their food. They swallow and digest their food.
Cats have adopted meowing as a way to communicate with humans. They don't meow to each other. And feral cats are mostly silent.
Your cat grooms you as a way to show her affection and trust like she does with littermates. They also like to taste the salt on your skin.
A cat can see in the dark as they can see at the one-sixth light level required for human vision.
Cats love boxes because it helps them to hide, and it reduce their stress levels. For them, boxes are the ideal places for stalking prey.
Taurine is an amino acid that most animals produce on their owns, but cats require it in the diet. It is present in their cat food. Taurine is also mixed with some energy drinks.
A cat can hear the ultrasonic noise. Rodents use such sounds to communicate that even dogs and humans are not able to hear.
When cats rub herself with your foot means she is hugging you and greeting you as you met her after a period of time.
A cat cannot taste sweet things. The taste buds of cat can not detect sugar.
Cats have powerful sense of smell, even more than dogs. Cats became infatuated with plastic because it smells like the food it has come in contact with previously, or if the material is made from the chemical similar to cat pheromones.
Cats also dream when they sleep. The moment they enter in a deep sleep just like humans do, they start dreaming. That's the reason they prefer to nap.
Cats do not understand punishments like humans do. They have no clear correlation between her action and your reaction.
Cats can can run 30 miles per hour.
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