All about cats

What color are cats

A: Cats are black, but they are also gray, orange, white, tabby, and even striped.

Q: Why do cats purr?

A: We believe they are trying to communicate with each other through the "purr."

Q: What's the biggest cat in the world?

A: The tiger is the largest cat in the world.

Q: How many cats does it take to change a light bulb?

A: None, the cat does it for him.

Q: Why do cats have nine lives?

A: Because they can only be killed on the first nine.

Q: What do you call a cat with no legs?

A: A black cat

Q: What kind of cat does the milkman have?

A: A milkbag cat

Q: Why do cats have whiskers?

A: So they can pick up food.

Q: What's the difference between a cat and a lie?

A: Cats have nine lives.

Q: How do you stop a cat from jumping?

A: Put a fish under the couch.

Q: What kind of cat plays jazz?

A: A dead cat.

Q: What do you call a cat that goes around sniffing coke bottles?

A: A coke-sniffer

A: None. They just sit there and watch.

A: So they can reach their toes.

Q: Why can't you catch fish with your mouth open?

A: Because your mouth is a cat.

A: So they can get killed on the first nine.

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Overall, orange cats and bi-colored cats were characterized as friendly, while black cats, white cats and tri-colored cats were regarded as more antisocial. White cats were considered to be more shy, lazy and calm, while tortoiseshell cats were more likely to be depicted as both more intolerant and more trainable. Read more

Like amber cats, russet cats lighten as they age.[8]. A modifying factor has also been hypothesized in shaded silver and chinchilla Persians whose fur turns pale golden in adulthood, due to low levels of phaeomelanin production. These cats resemble shaded or tipped goldens, but are genetically shaded or tipped silvers. Read more

Yes, cats can see colors. The human eye has three types of cones for the three basic colors – red, green, and blue. Felines also have cone cells and can distinguish one color from another. However, your cat’s eye doesn’t perceive colors like our human eye. Kitties have a shorter color specter than us and find it difficult to differentiate hue variations. Read more

A cat’s vision is definitely something to marvel at. They don’t have the sharpest eyesight, yet they’re still able to hunt prey (and toys) with incredible accuracy. Unfortunately, research shows cats aren’t very good at discerning their owner’s faces, however they do recognize our voice and scent! Read more

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