Cats are animals that are very close to humans. This animal is one of the most popular family pets.

Cats with a gentle, timid nature always like to swoop in their owners' laps. In particular, they always know how to coax their owners. Because of these reasons, they win the hearts of many people—especially the little ones.

So today, let's learn many other interesting facts about this cute animal with Carver Dan.

1. Cat lovers are more intelligent than dog lovers

According to a recent study in San Francisco, cat lovers and dog lovers have different personalities and social tendencies.

This study shows that Cat lovers are more introverted, sensitive, and don't like to follow specific rules.

2. Rubbing your head on someone is… marking territory

Cats have scent glands on their faces, which release pheromones when rubbed. That's why when your cat rubs its face on you; it's not only because the cat wants to show affection, but it also wants to mark its territory with its scent glands. The cat's tail and paws also carry the baby's signature scent. So it won't be strange when you sneak "adultery" with another cat and get discovered by your cat.

3. Global warming may produce more kittens

One of the strangest and most "cute" results of climate change is warmer temperatures and shorter winters, which have increased the breeding time of cats. In 2007, the pet adoption organization Pets Across America reported on the sudden increase in the number of kittens. It's easy to spot a few feral cats on the edge of the woods, in deserted areas, or even in the markets near your house.

4. Cats are known as "super survivors."

One of their most valuable skills is the ability to adjust their bodies. When dropped, they twist their spines to land safely on all fours.

Or they can completely roll up the frame; if they fall from a dangerous height, they will absorb the shock, reducing the damage. Cats begin to develop this skill at just three weeks old.

5. Are cats bath animals?

Cats spend a lot of time "bathing." They not only lick their claws but also happily lick humans if given the opportunity.

Licking helps a thick-haired animal find and clean wounds and eliminate lice. It also helps cats cool off on hot days, and this action is very comfortable for them.

6. Games
At home, cats love to play with small objects: balls, sticks, scraps of paper, and unique toys for cats. Usually, cats are attracted to dangling and floating objects because they can move through the air, mimicking the act of hunting birds. Especially easy to play is that kittens already have hunting instincts but do not yet have the skills to hunt and coordinate their movements correctly. Domestic cats play at all ages, but kittens are much more playful than adult cats and can play with anything: bells, balls rolling on the floor, strings, telephone cords, even their tails, and more.

7. Cat "nose prints" are unique. 

Every cat's nose has its pattern of bumps and ridges. And just like human fingerprints, no two cats' "nose prints" are alike. They could be used as a form of cat identification if cats sit for inking their nose and stamping it on a piece of paper!

8. Some cats lick their noses, but why remains a mystery.

Some animal experts believe that cats lick their noses as a reset button for their sense of smell and that it removes any residue that might interfere with their need to smell other things. Others say licking their nose has nothing to do with smell and signifies anxiety. What do you think?

9. Our cats understand us, but they really don't care

Recently, researchers found that even though cats can differentiate between their owner's voice and a stranger's, they possess more of a "don't care" attitude when responding. In other words, the furry felines can hear you; they don't care enough to acknowledge you.

People often keep cats as pets and take care of them like small children. Cats can get attached to people, and cat owners are sometimes too fanatical about their pets. If a cat is attached to its owner, it may adopt some human habits, such as sleeping at night instead of during the day. There are many examples of cats waiting for their owners to return home.

Carver Dan is also a cat lover, so he also released many models of cat Puzzle Boxes, which you can check out at 

See you in the next topic. 





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