• Cats can’t see directly below their noses.
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  • Cats have the skillset that makes them able to learn how to use a toilet.
  • A cat’s tail contains nearly 10% of all the bones in its body.
  • A cat’s jaw can’t move sideways, so a cat can’t chew large chunks of food.
  • Twenty-five percent of cat owners use a blow drier on their cats after bathing.
  • Bobtails are known to have notably short tails — about half or a third the size of the average cat.
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  • Cats sleep 16 hours of any given day.
  • It is important to include fat in your cat’s diet because they’re unable to make the nutrient in their bodies on their own.
  • Cats show affection and mark their territory by rubbing on people. Glands on their face, tail, and paws release a scent to make its mark.
  • The Guinness World Records stopped awarding the fattest cats or any other animal to discourage deliberate overfeeding.
  • Because of widespread cat smuggling in ancient Egypt, the exportation of cats was a crime punishable by death.
  • Amazing And Interesting Facts About Cats

  • Cats can pick up on your tone of voice, so sweet-talking to your cat has more of an impact than you think.
  • Cats who eat too much tuna can become addicted, which can actually cause a Vitamin E deficiency.
  • If your cat’s eyes are closed, it’s not necessarily because it’s tired. A sign of closed eyes means your cat is happy or pleased.
  • Cats share 95.6% of their DNA with tigers.
  • A cat’s heart beats almost double the rate of a human heart, from 110 to 140 beats per minute.
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  • Collectively, kittens yawn about 200 million time per hour.
  • Charles Domery, a Polish soldier of the 18th century, was recorded as having eaten 174 cats in a year.
  • Abraham Lincoln kept four cats in the White House.
  • A house cat is faster than Usain Bolt.
  • A cat nicknamed “Unsinkable Sam” survived the sinking of three separate ships during WW2.
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  • Cats can move their ears 180 degrees.
  • Cats greet one another by rubbing their noses together.
  • Teeth of cats are sharper when they’re kittens. After six months, they lose their needle-sharp milk teeth.
  • 93% of dogs and 75 % of cats that go missing in the U.S. are returned safely, a study found.
  • Amazing And Interesting Facts About Cats


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