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.

Your cat cannot move her jaws side to side like dogs and humans can. Instead, they move up and down. Perfect for eating Lucky Pet!.

Cats eat grass to help indigestion and also gets rid of fur balls in their stomach.

A cat has about 24 whiskers that it uses for measuring openings. If they’re lying back, flat against her cheeks, she’s got her claws ready too!.

Just like a human finger print, the nose pad of a cat is ridged with a unique pattern.

If your cat’s snoring or rolling on its back, it means it trusts you.

Unlike dogs and most mammals, cats walk by moving both legs one side and then both legs on the other side.

A cat’s sense of smell is about fourteen times stronger than humans’. The chemistry of their saliva is also a natural deodorant.

Your cat knows you aren’t a cat. And that it isn’t human – it wouldn’t lower itself. Being fed Lucky Pet puts it in a class of its own.

The cat was seen as a sacred animal in ancient Egypt, and the history of domestic cats dates back to as early as 8000 years. And yes – it took that long for them to enjoy a sacred bowl of Lucky Pet pure fish.

The Maine Coon cat is the biggest breed of domesticated cats and weighs up to 11kg.

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