1. A cat has how many olifactory cells in their nose?
c. 20 million
d. 200 million
2. A catís nose pad is ridged, and like human fingertips, each cat nose has a unique print. True or False?
3. Cats have a second organ for smelling, located behind their front teeth. True or false?
4. Catnip is exciting to some cats because it smells similar to a queen in heat. True or False?
5. Most catsí eyes will shine a silvery green in the dark when a light shines on them, except for the Siamese, whose eyes shine red. True or False?
6. Cats can see an object as well one inch away as they can 12 feet away. True or False?
7. Cats do not need to blink to protect their their eyes from dryness. True or False?
8. Cats need only 1/100 of the light humans do for optimal functioning. True or False?
9. †Contrary to popular belief, cats are not colorblind. However they:
a. cannot distinguish red tones
b. can see in infrared light
c. cannot see blues, yellows and greens
d. love watching 3-D movies, especially if you give them the cool glasses
10. Cats are standardly issued how many whiskers:
d. depends on the breed and thus anywhere between 12 and 36
11. It is not uncommon for a mother cat to:
a. chew her kittens’ whiskers off
b. chew her kittens out for loosing their mittens
c. lick her kitten’s abdomens to get them to defecate
d. a and c
12. The scientific name for whiskers is:
11. Humans have about 9,000 tastebuds, while your picky-eater feline has about:
12. A cat has a keener sense of taste than a dog. True or False?
13. As any cat owner knows, a cat has a rough tongue thanks to thousands of mini hooks called papillae. What are papillae made of?
d. oral keratinocytes
14. The cat’s range of hearing is the broadest of any mammal. True or False?
15. †A cat’s ear has how many separate muscles:
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