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What are striped cats called


You are asking about the stripes on a cat. Cats have two types of stripes. One is the cat's fur. The other is the stripes on their face and head.


What's the purpose of a cat's tail?

A cat's tail is used for two things: The first is as a balance. When a cat walks, they lean forward and can use their tail to counterbalance their weight so they don't fall over. Second, a cat's tail helps them to cover distance as they walk.

Why do cats' tails curl up?

A cat's tail curls up because it is a natural part of their body. When a cat curls their tail, it is to make it easier for them to walk and run.

Why do cats have fur around their mouths?

Cats have fur around their mouths because they have whiskers. Whiskers are part of a cat's body that help them to see in the dark, feel objects, and sense their surroundings.

Why do cats have whiskers?

Cats have whiskers because they have fur around their faces. Whiskers are part of a cat's body that help them to see in the dark, feel objects, and sense their surroundings.

What is a cat's lifespan?

A cat's lifespan ranges from 7 to 14 years.

What is a cat's gestation period?

A cat's gestation period is the amount of time it takes to form a kitten. It lasts between 63 and 67 days.

How do cats communicate?

A cat communicates by making chirping and meowing sounds.

What is the difference between cat meows and dog barks?

A cat meow is called a "mee-ow." A dog bark is called a "roar."

What is a cat's sense of smell?

A cat's sense of smell is called "smell." When a cat smells something, it will open their mouth, inhale the scent, and then close their mouth. When they do this, their tongue will touch the roof of their mouth, and this is what they use to taste.

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A young mother brought her two preschool aged children to see the kittens and decide if they were to take them home. The kittens were two orange and white males, brothers that hung together always. Mother cat was nowhere to be seen, so I brought the kittens to the side yard for the children to see. Read more

Some experts believe cats' "color vision is limited to blue and grays, while others believe it is similar to dogs', but with less richness of hues and saturation of the colors," Ketring said. Dogs see the world in fewer hues than humans do and cannot distinguish between red, yellow, green and orange objects. Read more

Orange is just one colour in a continuous spectrum between green, yellow, orange and hazel. Random bred cats have a lot more variety in terms of pigment because they aren't bred to standardised colours through generations of selective breeding for the most intense coppery-orange possible. Read more

Statistically speaking, half of the kittens out of a white cat, are white. A white cat’s eye colour can be blue, orange or “odd”; two different colours. White kittens sometimes have black or grey spots or stripes on their heads, which later disappear. Often breeders make a mistake when kittens are born white. Read more

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