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Feline Facts and Trivia

Cats have been domesticated for only half as long as dogs.
Sir Isaac Newton invented the cat-flap door.
There are approximately 100 breeds of cat.

The first formal cat show was held in England in 1871; in America, 1895.
The Maine Coon cat is America’s only natural breed of domestic feline.
Cats walk on their toes.
A domestic cat can sprint at about 31 miles per hour.
Cats purr at about 26 cycles per second, the same frequency as an idling diesel engine. Domestic cats purr both when inhaling and exhaling.
In relationship to their body size, cats have the largest eyes of any mammal.
Both humans and cats have identical regions in the brain responsible for emotion.
Blue-eyed, white cats are often deaf.
Six-toed kittens are so common in Boston and surrounding areas of Massachusetts that experts consider it an established mutation.
A cat spends nearly 30% of her life grooming herself.
Cαts lose almost as much fluid in the saliva while grooming themselves as they do through urination.
If a cat is frightened, the hair stands up fairly evenly all over the body; when the cat threatens or is ready to attack, the hair stands up only in a narrow band along the spine.
Cαts respond most readily to names that end in an “ee” sound.
37% of homeowners have at least one cat.
Declawing a cat is the same as cutting a human’s fingers off at the knuckles. There are alternatives to complete declawing, including trimming or a less radical (though more involved) surgery to remove the claws. Train your cat to use a scratching post.
It has been scientifically proven that stroking a cast can lower one’s blood pressure.
On average, Americans spend over $2 billion annually on cat food.
Cαts should not be fed tuna, exclusively, as it lacks taurine, an essential nutrient required for good feline health and vision.
The life expectancy of cαts has nearly doubled since 1930 — from 8 to 16 years.

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