search on the internet, I found numerous fun cat facts that
never fail to surprise me. Some were funny, some were odd, some were
unheard of, and some were a wonder.
For instance here are some fun facts you may not know about your kitty:
- Cats use their whiskers as a radar to avoid bumping onto unnoticed or
unexpected obstacles. If your children becomes experimental behind your
back and somehow managed to cut the cat's whiskers, please keep your
cat indoor for his own safety.
There is a local myth about how to get a cat to get used to his new
home if you've just moved. Older folks used to tell me to cut the cat
whiskers and bury it in the backyard of your new home. Your cat will
stop roaming, trying to find his way back to his old home. Of course
the cat dare not roam around! You've just severed his short distance
Female - If you let your pet breed indiscriminately,
chances are, your queen carries a litter with more than one father.
That explains why sometimes you see siblings that doesn't look anything
like each other.
- Patience combined with lightning speed can worry a snake sick. These
makes the cat an efficient snake hunters. They will tease the snake
until the snake is too tired to give a fight (another plus in their
resume during the Egyptian times). But NEVER let your cat play with ANY
snake! even though they are efficient snake killers, snake bites often
kill cats too.
What else? Oh, I don't know, maybe I'll add more when I found out
more... Below are the video version of the funny (or weird) things to
know about cats and what people do for their cats. Watch, and maybe
leave a comment?
My Discoveries of Fun Feline Facts
Below are the links to my discoveries of feline fun, weird, sometimes even funny facts. You are free to comment and tell me what you think on the videos.
What About YOUR Discoveries?
you heard any weird (or fun, or courageous you name it) stories
about cats? or found interesting videos? Share it with us here!
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