Cats

How much do you know about cats

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Trouble jumping

This fun true or false quiz will show amazing facts about cats.

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Cats have your back.

True or false? Cats have the same number of vertebrae as humans.

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FALSE

Cats have 53 vertebrae while humans only have 34. This means a cat’s back is highly flexible.

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Catwalk like an Egyptian

True or false? The Egyptian Mau is probably the oldest breed of cat.

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TRUE

The Egyptian Mau is probably the oldest breed of cat. In fact, “mau” means cat in Egyptian.

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Smell like cat spirit

True or false? A cat rubs its head on people to “mark” its smell.

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Healing purrs

Cats have scent glands around their lips, under their chin, and between their eyes and ears. Therefore, they mark their smell on objects and people with their heads.

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Jump!

True or false? A cat can jump up to 5 times its own height.

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Trouble jumping

In one leap, a cat can jump up to 5 times its own height.

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Heavy sleeper

True or false? In total, a cat spends 4 years of its life awake.

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Overly lethargic

On average, a cat sleeps for ⅔ of a day. At the end of its life, an average cat will have slept 8 years and been awake for 4.

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Hear me roar!

True or false? Cats have 32 muscles in each ear. Humans only have 6.

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Lower allergy risk in children

With their 32 muscles in each ear, cats can rotate their ears independently and so they are able to detect sounds better.

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Captivating cat

True or false? In the Middle Ages, cats were considered evil by Europeans.

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They’re less destructive

In the Middle Ages, Europeans associated felines with magic and forces of evil.

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Blurred Lines

True or false? Cats have blurred distance vision and poor near vision.

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Diarrhea

Cats have blurred distance vision and poor near vision. Their vision is best between 4 and 32 in. (10 and 80 cm).

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All cats look grey in the dark

True or false? Cats can see during the evening but not at night.

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Reduced environmental impact

Cats are able to see at night thanks to a large number of rods, light receptors that line the back of their eyes.

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Upper respiratory infection

True or false? Like dogs, cats can become ill or even die because of eating chocolate.

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Head-butt you

Theobromine, a substance present in chocolate, is toxic to dogs and cats.

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A Purr-Fect Day?

True or false? Deep purring can be a sign of well-being but also a sign of pain.

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TRUE

Purring is often a sign of well-being, but a cat may also purr when it is stressed or when it is in pain.

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All aboard!

True or false? In the 15th century, due to superstitions, cats were forbidden from boarding ships.

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Increased thirst

In the 15th century, almost all ships had cats. Their role was to exterminate any rats on board.

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Sixth Sense

True or false? A cat’s whiskers help it hunt at night.

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Devon Rex cats

A cat’s whiskers detect movements of air. This allows them to detect anything moving in the dark.

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These dreams are made of mice

True or false? Cats dream.

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Sleep

Cats dream from when they are a week old. When sleeping, cats have similar brain waves to those of humans.

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True or false? Cats cannot see the area below their nose.

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Coughing

Although their angle of vision is better than ours, cats cannot see the area just below their nose.

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A nose in the mouth

True or false? Cats have a second olfactory (smell) organ in their mouth.

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Systemic hypertension

Cats have a second olfactory organ in the roof of the mouth: this is why we sometimes see cats open their mouths to analyze a smell.

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Sphynx cats are paw-some

True or false? You can’t be allergic to sphynx cats.

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Sphynx cat

Being allergic to cats is caused by saliva secretions and sebaceous glands on the cat’s skin. Although they don’t have hair, sphynx cats can still cause allergies.

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Cat-nada

True or false? Sphynx cats are originally from Canada.

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TRUE

In Canada in 1966, a street cat gave birth to hairless kittens. These cats were crossbred with Devon Rex cats to create a new breed.

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Catfish

True or false? Turkish Van cats like water.

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TRUE

Unlike most cats, Turkish Van cats like water and will go swimming to cool off.

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In-cats

True or false? Like Egyptian pharaohs, Inca kings worshiped cats.

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Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

There were no domesticated cats in the Americas during the age of the Inca Empire.

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