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Cats are highly intelligent creatures that have been associated with humans for over 9,500 years. They are carnivores and extremely skilled hunters – they are known to hunt over 1,000 different species of animal. Keep reading for more information and facts about cats.
- Cats are felines and the ones that have been domesticated are known as house cats.
- They are carnivores that are skilled hunters and are known to hunt over 1,000 species for food.
- They have been associated with humans for at least 9,500 years.
- Cats are intelligent animals.
- Cats communicate by meowing, purring, hissing, growling, squeaking, chiring, clicking, and grunting.
- Cats weigh from 5.5 to 16 pounds.
- The hobby of breeding and showing cats is called “Cat Fancy.”
- Domestic cats, especially young kittens, are known for their love of play.
- Cats can have three to five kittens in each litter.
- Cats are known for their cleanliness and grooming themselves by licking their fur.
- As cats groom themselves by licking themselves clean, they tend to get hair building up in their intestines. These hairballs are also known as trichobezoar, and in order to get rid of the blockage, the cat must vomit the hairball up. Most hair however will simply pass through the cat’s digestive system with no problem.
- A group of more than two cats is called “clowder.”
- A cat’s hearing is said to be better than a dog’s, and they can hear high-frequency sounds up to two octaves higher than humans are able to hear.
- The biggest wild cat alive today is the Siberian Tiger. It can be more than 12 feet (3.6 m) long (about the size of a small car) and weigh up to 700 pounds (317 kg).
- On average, cats spend 2/3 of every day sleeping, which means a nine-year-old cat has been awake for only three years of its life.
- A cat almost never meows at another cat. It is thought that they developed this means of communication specifically for humans as they will typically only spit, purr, and hiss at other cats.
- Aoshima Island is one of about a dozen “cat islands” around Japan – small places where there are significantly more feline residents than people.
- Cats don’t have sweat glands like humans do – instead they sweat only through their paws.
- Adult cats have 30 teeth. Kittens have about 26 temporary teeth, which they lose when they are about 6 months old.
This bundle contains 12 ready-to-use Cat Worksheets that are perfect for students who want to learn more Cats which are highly intelligent creatures that have been associated with humans for over 9,500 years. They are carnivores and extremely skilled hunters – they are known to hunt over 1,000 different species of animal.
Download includes the following worksheets
- Cat Facts
- Anatomy of a Cat
- The High Jumpers
- Holy Cat!
- The A+ Cats
- The Shedders
- Color Me Kitty!
- The Vocals
- The Hairless Cat
- The Original Hunters
- What Does it Mean?
- More Cats
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