~ If you notice your cat snoring or rolling on its back, it means it trusts you.
~ The tiny barbs, which are located on a cat’s tongue, help it to scoop the liquid backward.
~ A cat is blessed with over a hundred vocal cords.
~ White cats with blue eyes have higher chances of becoming deaf.
~ A cat takes 20 to 40 breaths per minute.
~ A cat’s urine gleams under black light.
~ Humans have 30 vertebrae less than cats.
~ You could try stroking a cat to relieve stress.
~ A cat uses its tail to maintain balance.
~ Unlike other animals, cats walk on their toes.
~ The average cat litter consists of 2 to 6 kittens.
~ There are more bones in a cat’s body compared to a human’s. A cat has 230 while a human has 206.
~ A cat’s heart beats at the rate of 110 to 140 beats per minute.
~ A cat is able to gauge your mood. A change in your mood might result in a change in your cat’s mood too.
~ When a cat is frightened, the hair on its body stands up fairly evenly.
~ When the hair stands up only in a narrow band along the tail and the spine, it is an indication that the cat is ready to attack.
~ A cat’s whiskers, eyes, and ears will tell you the cat’s mood.
~ “Kindle,” is the name given to a group of kittens.
~ A layer of extra reflecting cells which absorb light is responsible for the cat being able to see six times better than a human.
~ A cat has a third eye called a haw, which is only visible when the cat is not feeling well.
~ As a kitten grows older, the color of its eyes changes.
~ A cat eats grass as it helps in digestion and also gets rid of fur in its stomach.
~ The cat’s back paw has 4 toes while the front paw has 5.
~ A cat’s body temperature is 102 °F.
~ A cat has 24 whiskers, which it uses for measuring distances.
~ The Jacobson’s organ is a special scent organ located in the roof of the cat’s mouth. This organ helps the cat to analyze smell.
~ Those cats that are born with 6 or 7 extra front and back toes are called “polydactyl.”
~ “Clowder, ” is what a group of grown cats are called.