While dogs have around ten sounds, cats are vocal virtuosos with over a hundred different noises, thanks to unique vocal cords.
Cats use purring to manipulate humans. The "soliciting purr" mimics a human baby's cry, tugging at our heartstrings.
Whiskers aren't just for show; they're like a cat's radar system, helping them navigate dark spaces and judge distances.
Cats are temperature pros, growing undercoats to handle extreme weather, even lounging near radiators without discomfort.
When threatened, cats hiss and mimic snakes with their body language, making them look intimidating.
Cats spend about two-thirds of their lives asleep, making a comfy cat bed a wise investment.
Cats have a 200-degree field of vision, better peripheral vision than humans, making them excellent hunters.
Cats have scent glands in their paws, marking their territory when they knead on you.
Cats don't need much water, evolved to get moisture from prey, like camels storing water.
Cats have a unique organ near their teeth, allowing them to smell with their mouths.