Interesting Cat Facts That You Probably Didn’t Know
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Facts About Cats for Kids
There are only three Marbled Cats still in existence worldwide and one lives in the United States, according to the International Species Information Service.
Cats that eat too much tuna can become addicted, causing a vitamin E deficiency.
It is important to include fat in your cat’s diet because they’re unable to make the nutrient in their bodies on their own.
The claws on the cat’s back paws aren’t as sharp as the front paw claws, because the claws in the back don’t retract and, consequently, become worn.
Ancient Egyptians first adored cats for their finesse in killing rodents – as far back as 4,000 years ago.
In one litter of kittens, there could be multiple father cats
Although it is known as to be the tailless cat, the Manx can be born with a stub or a short tail.
Blue eyed cats have a high probability to be deaf, but not all cats with blue eyes are deaf
Cats use their whiskers to measure openings, general navigation and indicate mood.
Cats have strong aversion to anything citrus