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Here's this fun information about cats

Here's this fun information about cats

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Whether you've been raising cats since childhood or have just welcomed a cat or kitten into your home as part of your family, cats have the ability to amaze with their childish movements that they love home members. They are an intelligent and skilled animal in play and entertainment, and the sophistication of these creatures does not stop at playing with thread or laser light, as there is information that many may not know about these creatures that we will show you.

1- The first year of a cat's life is equivalent to the first 15 years of human life.

The second year of life is approximately equal to 25 years of human life. 

After that, the cat tends to grow slower, and ages between four and five human years every 12 months than a human is prepared.

2. You can rotate her ears 180 degrees.

While humans have six muscles in both outer ears, cats have 32 muscles in each ear! 

These muscles give cats the ability to rotate and rotate their ears to determine the exact source of noise.

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3. The average cat's hearing is at least five times stronger than that of a human.

A cat's hearing is very sensitive, and it can hear tones in much higher tones than humans.  This ability gives it an advantage in nature, as most of its prey, such as rodents or birds, make high-pitched sounds.

4. She spends about 70% of the day sleeping and 15% of the day taking care of herself by licking and cleaning.

Cats sleep most of the time they don't spend hunting, providing their strength throughout the day for dinner.  Although domestic cats do not hunt at home, these evolutionary traits have been passed on to them. 

Adult cats can sleep 16 to 20 hours a day, while kittens and older cats can sleep about 24 hours a day.


5. The cat cannot see directly under its nose.

Although cats are usually known for their strong vision, they have a blind spot. This is because the prey usually does not fall directly under the cat's nose. When prey approaches a cat, it is more likely to rely on its sense of smell than on its vision.

6. Most cats do not have eyelashes.

7. You have five fingers in each front claw, and only four fingers in the back.

However, some cats have extra fingers, and it was recorded that the most cats had claws, numbering 32.

8. Her bones are more than humans.

While humans have 206 bones, cats have an average of 244 bones, ranging from 230 to 250 depending on the length of their tail and the number of fingers of their legs.


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