Cats are among the oldest domesticated animals, dating back over 9,000 years
Meowing and purring are just two of the more than a hundred sounds a cat can produce.
Cats have a more acute sense of scent than people do, allowing them to pick up on odours that we are unable to.
Some felines are born with the ability to swim and take pleasure in being near water.
The term "kneading" or "making cookies" describes an unusual habit exhibited by many cats.
Both genetics and environmental factors, such as temperature, affect a cat's hair colour.
Crepuscular animals, like cats, are most busy at the break of day and just after sunset.
Claws that can be retracted give cats the ability to ascend and improves their accuracy when hunting.
It's possible for cats to reach speeds of up to 50 kilometres per hour when sprinting.