Everyone knows that some animals, at least cats and dogs, keep their noses wet and cool. But why did they evolve it? What evolutionary advantages does it provide? Smell-sensing cells need cooling for ...
I have seen numerous articles and various information about how cats and dogs see into the ultraviolet spectrum with interesting artistic renderings such as this: ...
Why does a housecat (or other predator) play with it's food before killing and eating it? Does it make the food taste better?
I've read a couple people theorize that a cat playing with a mouse causes the mouse's body to be flushed with adrenaline before the final kill and that this adrenaline makes the meat more ...
I was wondering if you could answer some of my questions regarding sexual selection in cats (or any other animals). I would like to apologize beforehand for my incorrect term use. When it comes to ...
Calico cats are cats that have 3 fur colors and are always female or males two X chromosomes. I've seen many cats that will have 2 fur colors (one of them is usually white) and another, third, color ...
Taurine and arginine play a key role in the feline diet but I am unaware as to where exactly they fit in.