Did you know that cats greet each other by touching their noses? Or did you know that their ears could turn 180 degrees? Also, these are not surprising facts about cats that you may have missed!
A 2-week old cat needs to interact with humans. It can interact with humans. After that, you still have time to tame a cat until it is about 16 weeks old. After 16 weeks, it is impossible to tame.
The purr sound and meows of your cats are only a small part of their vocal abilities. In fact, cats can make up to 100 different sounds. Cats only make meow sounds to humans. Like other animals, they spit and clean, but never make meows. They greet each other by touching their noses.
When looking at a cat’s development, the first year of its life equals the first 15 years of human life. When a cat is 2 years old, it turns into a human 25 years old. And after the third year of life is their last period. 7 human years is about the same as the average 1 year of a cat.
Acne can have serious psychological consequences for cats. Blackheads usually grow on their chin and are widely known as feline acne.
Cats have evolved primarily as desert animals so they can cope well with heat.
Most cats tend to sleep about two-thirds of their day. Therefore, on average, a 9-year-old cat wakes up only 3 years old. Cats also clean themselves about a third of the time they are awake.
Sensitivity to a cat’s smell is actually high. That’s 14 times more than the average person.
Cats don’t really like sweets because they can’t taste sweets. Scientists believe that this is due to a mutation in their main taste receptor.
Cats have a slightly sensitive stomach. So you have to be very careful about your pet’s food. It is not good to give your cats onions, garlic, green tomatoes, chocolate, grapes, or raisins.
Cats also have a belly button, but they do not look the same. It is a bit hard to find and is usually about two-thirds of a cat’s belly.
A cat’s beard doesn’t have to be extra cute! They are made up of a number of nerve cells and blood vessels. This helps cats identify any changes in their surroundings and see if they fit the body width and range to move around in a small space.
Cats’ eyes have a special reflective layer called the tapestry lucidum.
His layer increases the amount of light that comes in easily and is about 6 times better visible to cats than we are in dim and low light.
Our ears have 12 muscles, and cats have 32, but their hearing is three times as good, and they can hear well when we take their favorite food out of the fridge, even 5 doors away. These muscles also help to rotate the cat’s ear 180 degrees.
Cats can easily jump as high as 6 times their own length! All these thanks to the strong muscles in their back legs that allow them to jump to any surface they like.
Experts confirm that living with a cat can help relieve anxiety and depression. All of this lowers your blood pressure and protects your body from heart attacks, including stroke.