Do Cats Have Belly Buttons?


Cats do have belly buttons but due to their hair covering the body, it is not easily seen. The belly buttons of animals look dissimilar from what we humans have. If a cat's hair is shaved, what will be seen is a little stretched out scar on the mid section of the belly.
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Belly buttons are actually a scar from birth. It is where your umbilical cord once connected you to your mother for the entire duration of your prenatal development. This flexible
Cats have whiskers for many reasons. Cats whiskers help navigate various around various obstacles. Whiskers let a cat know if someone is coming or if they are coming upon an object.
When a baby is born they are connected to the mother by the umbilical cord and when the cord is cut it leaves the permenant hole that we have in our bellies.
They do, they're just tiny and covered with fur. Unless they are herniated, in which case they are very obvious. I've got a cat with one like a golf ball - I can't wait for the vet
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