Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Did you know...Cat Hunt

• The behaviors shown by most house cats have a parallel in the wild.
• A cat will kill it's prey based on movement, but may not necessarily recognize that prey as food. Realizing that prey is food is a learned behavior.



• The greatest number of mice killed by one cat? 28,899! Towser, a tortoise-shell tabby in charge of rodent control in Scotland, killed 28,899 mice in her 21 years. This is about four mice per day, every day, for 21 years. Towser died in 1987.
• A cat that bites you after you have rubbed his stomach, is probably biting out of pleasure, not anger.

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