Fascinating Facts About Cats
Do you know how cool cats are? If you are someone who loves cats, who has a pet cat, or planning to get one, this article is just for you. This will give you fun and amazing facts about cats that you might not know. This will help you fully appreciate cats.
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Getting a cat means you can have different purposes for them. If you ask various people who have a pet cat, some would say they are great for cuddles. Some would say to play with. Either way, they are the best pets one could ever have, accompanying one through it all. The most important part is that you can find the one for you. One who interacts and behaves the way you want them to behave. Before you go and get one, you might want to consider knowing and researching the measure you must take to give them the best life they could ever have. Thus, before jumping into the fun and fascinating facts about cats, you must be able to go through these steps easily. The next points are the most important things you need to be responsible for before getting a pet cat:
Get them used to human interaction:
You must practice a cat to be respectful and be good to other humans, not just you. This way, you not be scared whenever to invite guests over.
Know how and what to feed them
Providing your cat a clean and healthy food should be something that you want to look after. Make sure that you are giving them food at a consistent schedule and that you are giving them the right food. You should also give them a comfortable bed to sleep in.
Prepare a clean litter tray
You can give your cat access to the outdoors, you can also place the litter tray outside to avoid smelling. You need to make sure that you are cleaning the litter tray every day.
Pamper your cat
You need to make your cat feel comfortable and clean. Thus, pampering them twice or thrice a week is a must. If you have a longhaired cat, you might want to groom them regularly by giving them a little trim.
Now that you have an idea of how you can take care of cats, you can now dive into the fun part of this blog— the unique facts. Below you can read all the cold things that your cat possesses:
Cats’ Hearing Ran
Among mammals, cats have one of the broadest hearing ranges. The analysis shows that, without losing low-frequency hearing, cats have acquired extended high-frequency hearing. Plus, they can rotate their ears 180 degrees. So, don’t be shocked or panic once they turn their ears sideways.
The first year of a cat’s life is equivalent to the first 15 years of human life in terms of growth. Just after the second year, in human years, a cat is 25. And after that, every year of life for a cat is equivalent to around seven human years.
Commonly, cats have 18 toes in all, with five toes on each forepaw and four toes on each hind paw; on their front or hind paws, polydactyl cats can have as many as nine digits. A genetic defect in a dominant gene causes polydactyly and typically results in the development of anywhere from four to seven toes on the paws of a kitty.
Unlike most dogs, most cats have no eyelashes. If you take a closer look at a cat’s eyes, you will find that they have none. If they do, well that cat’s a special one.
A meowing cat typically wants something, attention or food, or probably access to a room. The meowing frequency is an indication of the state of mind of a cat; fast-fire meows mean that they want someone to pay attention to them. A longer, more plaintive “meow” may suggest fear, anger, or opposition to something.
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