In our country, there is a song where a cat tells the story about his life and mentions that he used to see over a kilometer at night and three at dawn. Impressive, even though it is only poetry and likely some other round number would be used if the author preferred miles over kilometers. Regardless, are cats really good at seeing distant objects? Could they see over a mile? How far can a normal cat see? As it turns out—not very far.
Did You Know?
Did you know that how many cat breeds there are? Did you know that dogs can see in the dark? Learn interesting facts about our four legged friends. Dogs and cats are our best friends. Yes, your dog or cat is a big part of your life. We have to care for our dogs and cats nutrition. Our dogs and cats are happy if they are healthy so we want to take care of their health. You want to make sure they are trained to behave as any good pet should. You spend a lot of time with your pet cat or dog. Yes, they are big part of our world. Did you know that you are their whole world?
Do you hate it when your cat comes to you, sniffs your nose in greeting, then turns his back on you and sticks his butt right in your face? Is that impolite or what? Well, actually, it is extremely polite and shows the great respect and trust he has in you. Not all cat owners are lucky enough to get such appreciation.
Cat owners usually feel pride when someone compares their pet to its larger counterparts, such as tigers, lions, or pumas. “Look at that little tiger sleeping beside the chimney,” a visitor might say why eyeing your cat lying by the fireplace. “See how calm he is? I bet his inner lion just can’t wait to be unleashed,” someone else might add.
The placebo effect is usually viewed as a treatment of faith. If you believe the pill will help you, it will; the only condition is that you must believe it. In this light, it is plausible to dismiss the notion of placebo having an effect on animals, especially pets in veterinary medicine. In this article, you will learn how placebo affects animals, what else is hiding behind placebo’s therapeutic effects, and whether we can use the magic power of placebo to treat our pets—dogs, cats, and others.
Research shows domestic cats are extremely good hunters with an average of every third pounce resulting in a catch. Only few other animals, mostly large cats, can beat it.
Is it coincidence? Not even close, here are the reasons why cats are one of most successful hunters ever walked on the Earth.
For quite a long time cats were considered as antisocial creatures, the ones who do not crave company, the ones who walk by themselves, and as the ones, who, even if live together, are actually living ‘apart together’. But what is the reality? Are cats solitary animals, or do they need other animals and humans by their side?