Cat facts


A cat's purr frequency promotes tissue regeneration, helping cats to heal their wounds.

1.  Healing purr

Cats sleep 12-16 hours a day to conserve energy for hunting, even if it's just their favorite toy mouse..

2. Sleep masters

A cat's whiskers are a sensory tool, helping them gauge openings and detect changes in their environment.

3. Whiskers at work

Cats can't taste sweetness due to a lack of the specific gene for sweet taste receptors.

4. No Sweet  Tooth

Like human fingerprints, each cat's nose has a unique pattern of ridges and bumps.

5. Unique noses

Cats communicate using a variety of sounds including purrs, hisses, growls, chirps, and 'chatter.' Bonus fact: adult cats usually only meow to humans, not other cats.

6. Vocal variety

Cats tend to prefer drinking water away from their food dishes. A favorite place is to drink from from  your bathroom's water taps.

7. Cats love bath water

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