Cats have been domesticated for thousands of years and were first kept by ancient Egyptians, who regarded them as sacred animals.
Cats don't just purr when they're happy; they also purr to self-soothe and communicate with humans and other cats.
Cats have excellent night vision due to a reflective layer called the tapetum lucidum, which enhances their ability to see in low light.
Whiskers serve as sensory tools that help cats navigate their surroundings and gauge whether they can fit through tight spaces.
Cats are incredibly agile and can twist their bodies mid-air to land safely on their feet, thanks to a flexible spine and inner ear balance.
Cats are known for their independence and prefer to have their own space and freedom to explore.
On average, cats sleep for about 12-16 hours a day, which allows them to conserve energy for hunting and playing.
Cats communicate through a variety of vocalizations, body language, and purring. They use different types of meows to convey their needs