Last Updated on November 10, 2021 by Pets Feed
Although cats are widespread and diverse and many of us know some information about cats, their breeding methods, their types and their diet, there are many things we do not know about.
Here is the truth about the 7 main misconceptions about cats.
1 – The fact that cats are dangerous for pregnant women
Cats pose no risk to the pregnant woman unless she has Toxoplasma gondii, which can lead to miscarriage.
2 – The fact that cats are color-blind
Cats are not color blind, they can see blue, green and in the dark, they are 6 times better than humans.
3 – The fact that cats are ungrateful and not as faithful as dogs
Cats are faithful, but differently, they do not show their emotions or their attachment to people, even if they act contrary to this nature.
4 – The fact that the size of the cat’s nails does not cause him any damage
Cat nails must be cut properly, otherwise they may cause significant damage, which is prohibited in several countries such as Japan and Germany.
5 – The fact that rabies is caused by a dog only
Cats also cause rabies disease, and those who are bitten by cats should take the necessary medical care
6 – The fact that dogs are smarter than cats
Cats have the same level of intelligence as dogs and can sometimes outperform them, but they behave very differently from them because they prefer isolation, unlike dogs.
7 – The fact that cats are afraid of cucumbers
Cats are not afraid of cucumbers, but they are afraid to see something all of a sudden, be it cucumbers or not.
Cats have been given mystical animals at all times. But we at Pets Feed, wanted to discuss not supernatural abilities, but stereotypes about cats, learned by all of us from childhood. And shatter some myths about our beloved pets!