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This is what is says on the "more info about cats link":
Cat lover? Dog lover? Does it have to be one or the other? Many people argue yes. They believe that people who like cats are intrinsically different from those who like dogs. So what is it about cats? What do people love about them?
First of all, nobody really owns a cat. A cat owns a person. Cats are independent creatures. They are complicated. They are not consistent, predictable, or reliable. They are often neurotic - they can be docile one minute and hissing at a dust ball the next. But cat owners are neurotic too - one minute they love their cat, the next they want to trade it in for a ferrett.
In 1987, cats overtook dogs as the number one pet in America. About 37% of American homes today have at least one cat. In an average year, cat owners in the U.S. spend over $2 billion on cat food. They also spend $6-10 billion on the veterinary and "pampering" costs.
Cats serve many purposes. They are entertainment. They substitute for children. They are companions (dog owners would argue otherwise). And they are beneficial medically: it has been scientifically proven that stroking a cat can lower one's blood pressure. And cats are used as healing companions to ill or elderly people.
Facts about Cats.....
A normal cat spends 65% of its time sleeping, 25% of its time grooming, 5% of its time eating, and 5% of its time playing.
The average healthy, well-cared-for cat should live 15 years.
A cat's whiskers are as long as the width of its body.
If you cut off the whiskers on one side of a cat's face, it will walk into walls (because a cat senses objects with its whiskers).
A cat falling from a high place will land unharmed, but a cat falling from a lower place will break bones. When cats fall, they twist their bodies to land on their feet, so falling from a high place will give the cat time to relax its body and absorb the shock of landing.
Cats pant like dogs when they are too hot. They have special cooling glands on their tongues.
Cats don't walk on their whole feet, but on their toes.
In relation to their body size, cats have the largest eyes of any mammal.
A cat bite is more likely to get infected than a dog bite. (But human bites are the most dangerous).
Cats raise their tails in the air when they are happy.
Cats purr at the same frequency as an idling diesel engine, about 26 cycles per second.
A domestic cat can sprint about 31 miles per hour.
White cats with blue eyes are usually deaf.
Cats lose almost as much fluid in the saliva they use for grooming themselves as they do through urination.
Cat urine glows under a black light.
Humans and Cats.....
Humans and cats have identical regions in the brain responsible for emotion.
A cat's brain is more similar to a human's brain than to a dog's brain.
A cat has more bones than a human; humans have 206, cats have 230.
Cats can hear and smell 3-4 times better than humans and see 6 times better.
When a cat brings you a dead mouse it's trying to teach you to hunt, as if you were a kitten.
"Cat scratch fever" is a rare disease that only happens to people with already compromised immune systems.
Cats are usually attracted to people who are allergic to them or don't like cats.
Cats are notorious for doing embarrassing things in front of guests.
Cats prefer cheap toys (feather on a string) to expensive ones (balls with bells).
Cats like to be in the shower after someone is done, but get irritated when their paws get wet.
Familiar superstitions about cats.....
They can predict the weather.
You will have bad luck if a black cat crosses your path.
Cats can sense ghosts and other spirits.
Cats are companions to witches and warlocks.
Cats were sacred beings - they are reincarnated people.
Cat Age Scale....
Cats have a different age scale than humans. Below is a graph that shows the comparison between cats and humans:
6 months - 10 years
8 months - 13 years
1 year - 15 years
2 years - 24 years
4 years - 32 years
6 years - 40 years
8 years - 48 years
10 years - 56 years
12 years - 64 years
14 years - 72 years
16 years - 80 years
18 years - 88 years
20 years - 96 years
21 years - 100 years