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Cats have a powerful sense of smell. a rumbling purr and shock absorbing paws, and those are just some of the many hidden talents of our feline companions. Newsweek took a closer look at these and more fascinating feline facts. Visit Newsweek.com to read the full article.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Monday, we pointed out the problems with laser toys for cats, on Tuesday, we reviewed the Laika Pet Aqua fountain, on Wednesday, we featured two women who moved their cats cross country via private charter jet, on Thursday, we told you about the benefits of vitamin B12, and on Friday, we featured Triple T Studio’s new Rainbow Crystal Cat Pendant.

A family in Connecticut captured this adorable video of two bob cats playing with a toy in their backyard – enjoy!

Have a great weekend!

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4 Comments on Mews and Nips: Cats’ Hidden Talents

  1. Isn’t it just amazing how in tune cats are with the world; it’s probably all of those innate gifts that G d blessed them with for communication, protection and everything else. That’s why having a family cat as your pet can turn out to be an invigorating experience both for the human and other pets in the home. Thank goodness for all the beautiful intelligent cats in the world.

  2. I don’t know how many times Lu lays in the middle of the floor in the dark and I find her with my foot. When I turn on the light, she seems surprised that I didn’t see her. I always tell her I can’t see good in the dark like she does.

    • That’s weird how my comment from the other day is showing up today.

      One of my favorite things about my girls is they always seem to know when I need some extra love and come to sit on my lap or want to be held, where I can hear their sweet rumbling purr that always soothes my soul.

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