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[Mega Post] Some Unknown Amazing Facts About Cats

  • When Cats chase their prey, they keep their head level. But, humans & other animals bob their heads up and down.
  • There are over 20 muscles in Cat’s ears. And Cat’s hearing ability is far better than dogs.
  • Cats sleep 18-20 hours a day. And they sleep near 70% of their lives.
  • It’s an amazing true that Cats have no sense of tasting sweet foods.
  • Cats make about 100 different vocal sounds. Dogs make only about 10.
  • When cats grimace, they are usually “taste-scenting.” They have an extra organ that, with some breathing control, allows the cats to taste-sense the air.
  • Cats can hear ultrasonic sounds that Dolphins create to communicate each other.
  • Most cats are lactose intolerant, so, they can’t digest cow milk.
  • Killing Cats was a punishable offence (in the most cases punish to death) in the ancient Egypt.
  • Owning a cat can reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack by a third.
  • Every Cat has its own unique nose print. It’s similar to human’s fingerprints.
  • When Cats are in happy mood they often knead with their paws.
  • The name of the first cat in the space is Felicette (a.k.a. “Astrocat”).
  • The world’s largest cat measured 48.5 inches long.
  • Another very interesting thing is that Cats can’t see directly below their noses. That’s why they often miss foods in front of their nose.
  • A cat can jump approximately seven times its height.
  • A cat’s brain is biologically more similar to a human brain. Both humans and cats have identical regions in their brains that are responsible for emotions.
  • A cat can recognizes its master’s voice.
  • Cats dream in the sleep like humans.
  • A cat’s sense of smell is 14 times better than human beings.
  • Cats have survived falls of over 20 meters, due largely to their “righting reflex.”
  • Another amazing fact is that all male cats are typically left-pawed & all female cats are typically right-pawed.
  • Cats only have sweat glands the pads of their paws.
  • A cat’s whiskers help to detect objects and navigate in night.
  • Cats hate the water because their fur does not insulate well when it’s wet.
  • Cats have sharper memory than dogs.
  • Humans greet each other by shaking hands; cats greet one another by touching their noses together.
  • The first commercially cloned pet was a cat named “Little Nicky.” It costs 50K USD to clone it.
  • Cats can change their meow to manipulate a human. They often imitate a human baby when they need food.
  • Cat’s jaw can’t move sideways, so Cats can’t chew large chunks of food.


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