6 Facts About Pets Everyone Thinks Are True

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Article For Cat Owners

The question of whether or not a cat’s love is real might seem ridiculous to those who do not own cats. Even for the fact that the dog is man’s best friend and most human owns a dog, there are still some who owns a cat and they surely love the company of their pet. Most people would think that dogs are better than cats, but for cat owners and cat lovers, the love and care that they show to their pets is truly unconditional and genuine. It is not true especially in the case of cats that animals take care of their young ones only because of instinct. This article has helpful information about cats, together with just about everything you might want to know to help you and your precious cat in living together.

BASIC INFO

Cat communication has many varieties of vocalizations. Trilling, grunting, mewing, growling, purring and hissing are just some of the various communication skills of a cat. Cats have cat pheromones and a number of specific body languages as well.

Compared to other fields of anatomy, cats also has the same. Quick reflexes, sharp retractable claws, flexible bodies and a set of very sharp teeth that can cause to a death of a small prey are just some of the skills that every cat have.

Cats are known for having astounding senses. A cat’s outer ear flap takes in sound from every direction, which then goes down their ear canals to the eardrum. Before the sound can go directly to the brain of the cat it is just a vibration beforehand, then it will go through the eardrum, after that, the middle ear will translate the vibration to sound waves before they can go to the cochlea of the cat’s ear. The sensitivity of a cat’s ear can go from twenty hertz up to 65,000 hertz. Compared to the low pitch, cats are more responsive to high pitch, which is probably the reason why they do sound like a woman with a high pitched voice. The ears are also assist cats in balance. This is probably the reason why cats land on their feet every time they fall.

Nonetheless, cats cannot see in total darkness. However, their eyes can still be protected from the dark through their third eyelid which is known as the haw. In order to control the quantity of light that enters the eyes of the cat, the eyes’ pupil are elliptical.