Originally Posted by KitEKats4Eva!
But of course!
Here's the bit from the thread...
Cats' hearing is much more sensitive than humans and dogs.
Cats' hearing stops at 65 khz (kilohertz); humans' hearing stops at 20 khz.
The logical conclusion from this is that if cats' hearing is more sensitive than humans and dogs, and cats hearing which stops at 65khz is of a higher frequency than humans (example given) then it is also higher than dogs (confirmed by first sentence).
Cat's hearing being more sensitive does not prove that they can hear higher
frequencies. You have shown that cat's hearing stops at 65 khz, but you would have to show that a dog's hearing stops at a lower frequency to prove this. That information does not exist on this page that I can see.
The method used by our third contestant, crazyforinfo, states that a cat can
hear higher frequencies than a dog. If you can show me on this "cat facts" page that a cat can hear higher frequencies than a dog, I will put the points into your bank account, otherwise I must give the points to crazyforinfo.