Crepuscular cats are active during dawn and dusk. Their retinas include many rod cells, making them good at low-light vision.
Cats' acute hearing can catch ultrasonic sounds that humans cannot.
This strong hearing helps them find prey and detect insects rustling.
The average cat has a nose that is 14 times more sensitive than a human's.
Although cats have taste buds, their ability to taste is far less refined than their other senses.
Their evolution as obligate carnivores explains their fondness for high-protein, high-fat diets.
Cats are recognized for their magical ability to sense weather changes and earthquakes.
Cat whiskers, especially around the mouth and on the backs of their forelegs, are delicate tactile hairs.
These whiskers help cats hunt and explore in the dark by assessing texture, form, and air currents.