While cats do have an innate ability to orient themselves in the air, they are not immune to injury from falls.
Contrary to popular belief, most cats are lactose intolerant and may experience digestive issues if given milk.
Although cats are independent creatures, they can be social and enjoy the company of other cats and humans.
Cats need social interaction and playtime with their owners to prevent boredom and behavior issues.
While cats may not require as much attention as dogs, they still need regular care and maintenance, including grooming, feeding, and litter box cleaning.
Cats scratch to stretch their muscles, mark their territory, and keep their claws healthy.
While purring can indicate happiness, cats also purr when they are stressed, anxious, or in pain.
Cats are intelligent animals and can learn tricks and commands through positive reinforcement training.
Cats use eye contact to communicate, with direct eye contact indicating trust and affection and averted gaze indicating fear or submission.
Cats prefer litter boxes that are in quiet, accessible areas with multiple escape routes in case of danger.