According to Pet Centric by Purina, the average pet cat is capable of jumping more than 5 feet high, without a running start. Depending on the cat, this can be as much as seven times the cat's height.
In addition to being athletic jumpers, cats are exceedingly fast and can run at speeds of 30 miles per hour with little effort, thanks to their extremely muscular legs. Most cats are also extremely agile and can easily maneuver around obstacles, start and stop quickly, and climb over barriers with very little trouble. Even the laziest cats are impressive athletes from a biological standpoint.Learn More
House cats eat a mixture of wet and dry cat food that their owners present to them. It is best to ask a veterinarian about specific foods to fit a particular cat's needs.Full Answer >
Cat breeds that don't shed as much tend not to be as popular or well-known as common house cats, but there are a number of them, including Rex cats and certain European and Asian breeds. Cats that don't shed much are known as hypoallergenic cats. While no cat is completely non-allergenic, there are a number of cats that don't shed enough to cause an allergic reaction in most people.Full Answer >
Cats primarily howl, or yowl, as a form of communication during breeding season. Female cats express their receptivity toward male cats by yowling. Male cats attempt to secure a mate when they yowl. Some cats also yowl for human attention.Full Answer >
Cats enjoy things like grooming, clawing, scratching, cat nip, sleeping, and playing with toys or other animals. While cats in general like to do certain things, favorite activities and treats can differ from cat to cat.Full Answer >