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Cats Are Curious! Can you get 10/10 questions right ?

Inspired by my daughter, who adores “meow meows,” I created this quiz. Even still, there are a few peculiarities with cats – all in the best possible way! Observe for yourself!

  • Question of

    There must be a good reason why so many cats end up in trees.

    • The goal is to catch your attention.
    • As a result of this, their claws are bent downward.
    • Nesting there is a favourite pastime for them.
    • They can’t seem to keep their balance.

    Correct Wrong

    Cats are excellent climbers and frequently seek refuge in trees. Claws play an important role in their ability to climb trees more easily than other parts of their bodies. The downward curl of their claws is something you might have noticed. These animals are able to climb up trees because of this anatomical feature, but they are unable to descend head first. They have to back down if they want to go down on their own accord, and that is a little tricky.

  • Question of

    The way cats walk is a little out of the ordinary. Other than a cat, what other animal walks the same way?

    • Pigs
    • Polar bear
    • Camel
    • Dog

    Correct Wrong

    Take a look at a cat's paws. He moves his right and left legs at the same time. A pacing gait is what we'd call this kind of walk. Only two other animals walk in this manner: camels and giraffes. As a cat speeds up into a run, it shifts from a pacing gait to a diagonal gait, with both forelegs and hind legs moving in the same direction at the same time.

  • Question of

    Even within the same litter, the fathers of the newborn kittens may differ.

    • Yes
    • No

    Correct Wrong

    In heat, the female cat, known as a queen, ovulate multiple times. As a result, the eggs she lays may be fertilised by more than one tom cat, and the fathers of the kittens in the same litter may differ. Superfecundation is the name given to this phenomenon. However, this is a common problem in dogs as well.

  • Question of

    Besides the cheek, where else are vibrissae, or whiskers, not commonly found on most cats’ bodies?

    • Eyes
    • Ears
    • Tails
    • Fore legs

    Correct Wrong

    Whiskers are usually 2-3 times thicker and longer than the rest of a cat's hair. Most cats have 12 vibrissae on their cheeks. They also have some above their eyes, near their ears, and on their front legs. They are important to a cat because he can't see as far as we can, and the whiskers help him feel things. He can tell when the air currents change and even when they move or shake. For instance, how does a cat know if the mouse in its mouth is dead? His vibrissae can feel any movement made by the mouse. They can also help keep dust out of the cat's eyes and ears and, believe it or not, help him keep his balance so he can land on his feet. So, humans, watch out! Don't try to pull out or even trim your cat's whiskers. Don't pull on them, and keep in mind that they are important to your cat's health.

  • Question of

    There is a legend that Talketna, Alaska, had a mayor who was actually a cat. What was the name of this slender feline?

    • Tama
    • Morris
    • Catmando
    • Stubbs

    Correct Wrong

    This is, in fact, true, but only to a degree. This was an attempt to get Alaskans to vote for him in the 2014 Senate race, and he even appeared in the campaign video! Talkeetna is a historic district, so there was no mayoral race. Stubbs was one of a litter of kittens left behind at Nagley's General Store in 1997. He was given the name "Stubbs" because he lacked a tail. He remained there till he passed away in 2017, where he "held court.". Tourists were drawn to Stubbs at a rate of 30-40 per day during tourism season, according to the town.

  • Question of

    Although it can be tough to tell, how can I tell if my next-door neighbor’s adult cat likes me?

    • She will hiss
    • She bites when I pet her
    • Her tail is horizontal
    • She leaves me “gifts”

    Correct Wrong

    For an adult cat, hissing is usually a sign of fear, even though it doesn't always mean that she's disapproving. Cats may try to nip a person's fingers while they are kittens, but adult cats who bite tend to be angry with the person who bit them, and a horizontal tail on a cat indicates that the cat is aggressive or scared.. What about the gifts my neighbor's cat leaves for me, though? Who cares about that pile of dead birds or snakes that have been gnawed into pieces? It's possible that the cat is simply showcasing her hunting prowess and seeking attention, or she could be saying, "I love you."

  • Question of

    It’s not uncommon to observe cats napping throughout the day. Why?

    • They are lazy
    • They like to keep you up at night
    • They are sensitive to light
    • They are crepuscular animals

    Correct Wrong

    That cats once roamed the streets must not be forgotten about. Many of their instincts haven't changed despite the fact that it was thousands of years ago. As a result, they're most active around dawn and dusk, making them crepuscular creatures. Their "hunting" necessitates that they sleep a massive 13-14 hours per day, an estimated 70% of their lives! No one knows why, although it's speculated that cats became crepuscular to avoid competing with nocturnal and daytime creatures, as well as heat stress in hotter areas.

  • Question of

    When it comes to your adult cat’s diet, what should you avoid?

    • Cooked eggs
    • Cooked meat
    • Milk
    • Cooked brown rice

    Correct Wrong

    Although it may seem strange that kittens and adult cats both seem to enjoy milk, the majority of adult cats eventually develop a lactose intolerance. Diarrhea is a common side effect for people whose bodies are unable to adequately digest dairy products. Milk isn't the only food that cats should not eat, yet they will eat anyway.. Human-grade tuna may not contain all of the nutrients cats require and may potentially induce mercury toxicity if fed to them. Cooked fish, meat, and eggs are all fine if you run out of your cat's favourite kibble; cats, after all, are carnivores. They'll even eat cooked brown rice that's been mashed up!

  • Question of

    As a cat owner, you know that felines can suffer from hairballs. Since this isn’t something you’d expect to see in a cat, it’s important to be concerned.

    • Yes
    • No

    Correct Wrong

    Most cat breeds are hairy, therefore it's natural for cats to produce hairballs. Cat tongues have rough papillae that move loose hairs down their throats. Sometimes hair gathers in the stomach and forms a hairball. Cats normally vomit one or two hairballs every month. It's typical and shouldn't worry cat owners. Sometimes a hairball might become caught in a cat's digestive tract, so if it keeps trying to throw up one but can't, that's cause for concern. Hairballs are called bezoars.

  • Question of

    Among domesticated cats, which one is regarded as the oldest?

    • Norwegian Forest
    • Egyptian Mau
    • Maine Coon
    • Scottish Fold

    Correct Wrong

    Even though evidence of the first domesticated cat was found in Cyprus, historians agree that the Egyptian Mau is the oldest, dating back 10,000 years. Ancient Egyptian farmers required cats to keep rodents out of their grain stores. Bastet, a childbirth goddess who protected Lower Egypt, was a cat-god. When their pets died, the Egyptians shaved their eyebrows and mourned until they grew back.

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