Cats don't always land on their feet; they need time to orient themselves.
The myth that cats can't be trained is false; cats can learn a variety of behaviors.
Not all cats hate water; some breeds, like the Turkish Van, enjoy swimming.
The idea that cats only purr when they're happy is a myth; they can also purr when they're stressed or in pain.
The myth that cats can see in total darkness is false; they still need some light to see.
Giving cats milk can be harmful, as many cats are lactose intolerant.
The belief that cats always land on their feet has led to high-rise syndrome, a potentially fatal injury.
Not all cats are solitary; some breeds, like the Siamese, crave attention and companionship.
Declawing a cat can cause long-term pain and behavioral problems, and is illegal in some countries.