Cats are small carnivorous domestic mammal with smooth skin and a short snout and retractable claws. It’s mostly kept as a pet or for mice catching, and many breeds have been developed. Domestic cat or wildcat is a small carnivorous typical cub. They are often called domestic cats when kept as pets in the home.
We should take some of our time and look at some facts about cats that will blow your mind:
Cats are one of, if not the most popular animal in the world
The brain of a cat is biologically more similar to the human brain than it’s to a dog. Humans and cats have identical regions in the brain relating to emotions.
The hearing of a cat is better than that of a dog. A cat can hear high-frequency sounds or two octaves higher than human beings.
The oldest cat is Creme Puff of Austin, Texas, who lived from 1967 to 6 August 2005, died three days after his 38th birthday. A typical cat can usually live up to 20 years.
Cats spend 2 to 3 of every day sleeping. This means that a cat of nine years old has only stayed awake for three years of his life.
Cats can smell about 14 times more than a human being.
There are over 500 million domestic cats in the world and have been associated with people for nearly 10,000 years ago.
Andy is the name of the cat that holds the record for the longest non-fatal fall. He fell from the 16th floor of the building (about 200 feet) and survived.
The term “puss” is a root keyword to “cat” concerning Romanian pisica and secondary root words in Lithuanian (puz) and Low German (Puusa). Some researchers suggest that the “puss” sound can be used to attract the attention of a cat.