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Article For Cat Owners

For those people who do not own any cats, they may tend to question the love and loyalty of the cat to its owner. Even for the fact that the dog is man’s best friend and most human owns a dog, there are still some who owns a cat and they surely love the company of their pet. Some people may tend to disagree with the relationship of a person to a cat, however, it is not applicable to any cat owners since the love that they show to their cats are unconditional and genuine. Well, those who argue that all animals take care of their young ones just because of instinct have obviously not spent time with a cat. If you are a cat owner, for sure, your pet means a lot to you, thus, this article will feed you some information about cats and things that will help you deal with your pet in order for the two of you to live the best out of everything.

BASIC INFO

Cat communication has many varieties of vocalizations. Trilling, grunting, mewing, growling, purring and hissing are just some of the various communication skills of a cat. Cats have cat pheromones and a number of specific body languages as well.

Cats have similar anatomy just like anyone else. They surely have a lot of skills such as quick reflexes, sharp retractable claws, flexible bodies and a very sharp set of teeth that can kill small prey.

Cats are known for having astounding senses. The outer ear flap of every cat can detect sound in all directions which immediately go to their ear canal and will directly go to their ear drum making their ear extra sensitive to the sounds around them. After the sound vibrates on the eardrum, the middle ear changes the vibration to sound waves and sends them to the cat’s cochlea and finally the brain. A cat can hear from twenty hertz up to approximately 65,000 hertz. The main reason why a cat seems to sound like a woman with a high pitched voice is because cats are more responsive to high pitch rather than the low pitch. Another purpose of the cat’s ears is that, it helps them balance. This is probably the reason why cats land on their feet every time they fall.

Nonetheless, cats cannot see in total darkness. The haw is known to be the third eyelid of the cat wherein they are used to protect the eyes of the cat from danger, knowing that cats cannot see in the dark. In order to control the quantity of light that enters the eyes of the cat, the eyes’ pupil are elliptical.