Cats purr not only when they are happy, but also sometimes for comfort if they are not feeling well.
Cats usually do not meow in nature to each other. They have learned to meow as a way to communicate with humans.
Cats like warm and the ideal outside or room temperature for them is around 18 - 24°C. Their ancestors were wild cats that lived in warm climates in North Africa and Southwest Asia.
Most domestic cats are easily frightened by unfamiliar things and noises and can get lost due to panic in a new unsafe place or when transported without a TRANSPORT CAGE.
Cats often do not like water unlike dogs and do not need to be bathed often as they clean themselves.
Whether two or more cats will get along together in a home does not depend on their sex, but rather on their character, the space available for each one, the way they are socialized and whether they are neutered.
Cats can mate between relatives, in the absence of other cats in the area or home. Babies from inbred cats are prone to genetic diseases.
If a cat brings a mouse, insect or toy to a person's bed, sofa or doorstep, then this is a sign of trust and love for the person and the place where they feel safe.
Cats' sense of smell is 15 times stronger than a human's, and their hearing is 4 times longer than a human's, with the ability to distinguish sounds better and at higher frequencies.
Cats can jump up to 6 times their length.