50 amazing facts about cats

50 Amazing Facts About Cats - Know More About Your Pet.

- The world is divided into two categories - dog and cat lovers. The latter can be adored because they are touching, smart and look great on Instagram.

- Cats are usually right-handed and cats are left-handed.

- Among cat owners there are 17% more people with an advanced degree.

- Cats don't taste sweet.

- Men who have cats are considered happier in love.

- The brain of a cat is similar to that of a human. The same regions are responsible for emotions in cats as in humans.

- Cats rub against people to mark them as their territory.

- Excessive love for cats is called ailurophilia.

- Cats in their owners reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack by a third.

- Basically, cats have lower social IQs than dogs, but can do more complex cognitive tasks when they are interested.

- Cats are often lactose intolerant, so stop giving them milk!

- They lie in cartoons: it's better not to feed cats with raw fish.

- Isaac Newton is credited with inventing the cat door.

- The purring of a cat can be a way of self-healing, and at the same time a sign of nervousness as well as contentment.

- There is a link between the rumbling of a domestic cat and the acceleration of bone and muscle recovery. The frequency of the purr of the domestic cat is the same as the muscles and bones with which they regenerate themselves.

- Cats sleep about 70% of their lives.

- Cats make about 100 different sounds. Dogs are only 10.

- The length of the largest cat is 1, 2319 meters.

- Cats can change their "meow" to manipulate a person. They often imitate the voice of a child when they need food, for example.

- In cats, more than 20 muscles are responsible for the movement of the ears.

- Now in the world there are over 500 million domestic cats. The most "feline" country is Australia: there are 9 cats for every 10 people.

- The oldest YouTube video of cats was filmed in 1894.

- Approximately 1/3 of cat owners believe that pets are able to read their minds.

- A cat named Dusty set a record for the number of offspring. During her life, she gave birth to 420 kittens.

- Adult cats have 30 teeth. Kittens have 26 temporary, which drop out by 6 months.

- For 15 years, the mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska, was a cat named Stubbs.

- Another ran for mayor of Mexico City in 2013.

- Abraham Lincoln kept four cats in the White House.

- In the original Italian version of Cinderella, the fairy godmother was a cat.

- In Scotland there is a memorial tower in honor of a cat named Towser, who caught almost 30 thousand mice in his life.

- In the Middle Ages, cats were associated with black magic, and on St. John's Day people all over Europe burned them at the stake.

- In many parts of Europe and North America, a black cat is considered a bad sign, and in the UK and Australia it denotes good luck.

- The surface of the nose in cats is as unique as fingerprints in humans.

- If a cat leaves its poop uncovered, then it is a sign of aggression, so you know they are not afraid of you.

- Usually a cat has five toes on its front legs and four on its hind legs, unless it is multi-toed.

- Multi-finger cats are sometimes called "Hemingway cats" because of the fact that the author loved them very much.

- Cats lick themselves to stop smelling like a man.

- One of the legends claims that cats were created when a lion on Noah's ark sneezed and two kittens came out of the sneeze.

- In ancient Egypt, when a domestic cat died, family members shaved their eyebrows and mourned her.

- Cats use their vibrissae to find out if they can squeeze through or not.

- Cats only sweat through their paw pads.

- Domestic cat runs faster than Usain Bolt.

- Cats recognize your voice, but prefer to ignore it.

- The cat cannot climb the tree upside down due to the device of the claws. In order to get down from the tree, she needs to retreat, backing away.

- A cat's eyesight is both better and worse than human eyes. Cats can see perfectly in the dark, but they cannot distinguish colors.

- Cats are able to travel great distances to get home.

- The largest known litter had 19 kittens, of which 15 survived.

- The Egyptians also called cats - Mau.

- There are cats in the world that survived a fall from a height of 230 meters.

- Cats store a thousand times more information than an iPad.

- They are really cool creatures.