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• Cats have five fingers on each of their front legs, and only four on the hind legs.

• The cat appeared on Earth before the dog and most of the animals that have become domestic. However, it has been one of the last to be domesticated.

• Aspirin is toxic for cats.

• The cat has 32 muscles in each ear. In addition, they function as parabolic antennas and are directed towards the source of the sound.

• Newborn cats have blue eyes. Several months pass until they reach their color.

• The cat's nostrils have 19 million nerve endings. Those of man only have 5 million.

• Cat's whiskers fall off periodically and grow back. Its disappearance affects the movement and the sense of orientation of the animal. Therefore, it is important not to cut them.

• Each cat has its own meow and purr. Two cats may have a similar purring, but in spite of everything there is always a difference.

• In the spots of the feet, tail, ears, nose and mouth of the Siamese is where they have the lowest body temperature.

• There is a plant that fascinates cats. It makes them enjoy sublime moments for a few minutes. It is the Nepeta Cataria, also called the mint of the cats, of the family of the to- millo and the lavender. Its perfume triggers a behavior in the animal, similar to that of a female in heat.

• The cats can not feel the sweet tastes.

• The cat can perceive sounds approximately two-eighths higher than man.

• A cat has four rows of bugs on each side of the face; when the animal is calm, they remain on their side, while they are placed backwards if they are in attack or defense position.

• The tongue of the cat is formed by small "hooks" that are useful for catching and tearing the food.

• Americans spend more money each month on cat food than on baby food.

• Purring does not always mean tranquility. The cat also curses when sick or frightened, and is said to do so to calm himself.

• Cats sleep between 16 and 19 hours a day. But still asleep, they are alert to any stimulus.

• In addition to doing it with the nose, the cats smell with an organ, called Jacobson's, located in the upper part of the mouth.

• The tail is a fundamental organ for the balance of the cat. It works like a pole in the hands of the balancer or tightrope walker.

• Cats can "vocalize" around a hundred different sounds, while dogs only ten.


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Las razas de gatos más cariñosas
Las razas de gatos más cariñosas
Gadgets para mascotas
Gadgets para mascotas
Cómo elegir el nombre a mi gato
Cómo elegir el nombre a mi gato
Cómo cortar las uñas a un gato
Cómo cortar las uñas a un gato
El lenguaje de los gatos
El lenguaje de los gatos
Por qué ronronean los gatos
Por qué ronronean los gatos
Gatos Siberianos
Gatos Siberianos
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