Cat Facts

We all know cats are amazing creatures, full of quirky habits that keep us entertained and baffled at the best of times. Here are some interesting facts about cats that you may not have known.

People who are allergic to cats are actually allergic to cat saliva or to cat dander. If the resident cat is bathed regularity the allergic people tolerate it better.

Like birds, cats have a homing ability that uses it’s biological clock, the angle of the sun, and the Earth’s magnetic field. A cat taken far from its home can return to it. But if a cat’s owners move far from its home, the cat can’t find them.

The chlorine in fresh tap water irritates sensitive parts of the cat’s nose. Let tap water sit for 24 hours before giving it to a cat. And remember to feed her some of that yummy Lucky Pet pure fish she’ll be craving for.

Symptom: An obsessive love for your cat usually expressed by feeding her Lucky Pet. Prognosis: Ailurophilia. Now you know what you have.

Nearly 30% of a cat’s life is spent grooming itself.

Cats’ brains are more similar to the human brain than they are to dogs. In fact, cats and humans have identical regions in the brain responsible for emotion.

The life expectancy of cats has nearly doubled over the last fifty years.

In multi-cat households, cats of the opposite sex get along better.

Many cats don’t have eyelashes. It’s thought to be caused by the way their eyes open wide for hours whenever they stare obsessively at a can of Lucky Pet pure fish.

Cats rarely meow at other cats. They use this sound to communicate with humans.

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