As a cat owner, it's crucial to separate facts from fiction. Let's debunk some common cat myths to better understand our feline friends.
While cats are known for their agility, they don't always land on their feet. High falls can result in severe injuries.
Despite popular belief, most adult cats are lactose intolerant. Milk can lead to digestive issues. Opt for specially formulated cat milk instead.
Cats are often viewed as solitary, but they can enjoy companionship. Each cat has unique social preferences - some may prefer human company, others may enjoy the company of other cats.
Cats have excellent low-light vision but they can't see in total darkness. Their eyes allow them to see better than humans in dim light, but they still need some light to see.
This myth likely originates from a cat's ability to survive risky situations, thanks to their agility and reflexes. However, cats have one life, and it's crucial to ensure their safety.
Understanding your cat requires debunking common myths. With accurate knowledge, you can provide a safer and more enriched environment for your feline companion.