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Did you know that one out of four American households has a cat for a pet.

Ailurophiles also known as people who love cats always want to know more about their favorite pets. For that reason we've decided to share some facts about cats that you might not know about.

Did you know that:

It has been scientifically proven that stroking a cat can lower one's blood pressure!

Cat's sense of smell is 14 times stronger than a human's!

Besides their noses, cats can smell with something called the “Jacobson's organ”, located in the upper surface of their mouths. This is what cats are using when they scrunch up their eyes and open their mouths after sniffing something intently!

Cats have 244 bones in their bodies! (About 40 more than humans!)

Cats have 32 muscles in each ear!

Cats only sweat from the pads of their paws.

Cats aren't hunters by nature; their mothers teach them to hunt!

Female cats can reach adulthood in as little as five months, but male cats can take nine months to a year to reach adulthood. Most breeds of cats have reached their full growth by two years!

To drink, a cat laps liquid from the underside of its tongue, rather than the top!

Cats are said to see color. Studies have been able to prove that cats can distinguish between red and green; red and blue; red and gray; green and blue; green and gray; blue and gray; yellow and blue, and yellow and gray!

Whiskers tell a cat whether the space they are entering is big enough for it!

The oldest cat on record was a female tabby that lived to be 34 years old!

Cats have about 100 different vocalization sounds. In comparison, dogs have about 10!

Cats respond most readily to names that end in an “ee” sound!

Cats respond better to women than to men, probably due to the fact that women's voices have a higher pitch!

If your cat snores, or rolls over on his back to expose his belly, it means he trusts you!

Cats purr at the same frequency as an idling diesel engine…about 26 cycles per second!

The domestic cat is the only species able to hold its tail vertically while walking. Wild cats hold their tail horizontally, or tucked between their legs while walking!

Check out some of my favorite cat moments:

This cat is a top trained assassin! Watch it display its mad ninja skills! This cat will kick your butt, for sure!

And how about this one. Even though its obvious that the little guy is getting some help, still can't believe that this cat is actually eating its dinner with a fork.

And when you had a rough day, you sure wanna relax and enjoy the view. This cat sure knows how to do that!

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