12 Funny Images Photos Of Cats That Hate Snow

Funny Images Photos Of Cats That Hate Snow

Check out these 12 funny images photos of cats that seem to be hating the now.

I hate snow…by katozo

3. I hate snow...by katozo - Funny Images Photos Of Cats That Hate Snow

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Livar hates snow XD by Lolbarn

4. Livar hates snow XD by Lolbarn - Funny Images Photos Of Cats That Hate Snow

I Hate the Cold by eowyn2122

7. I Hate the Cold by eowyn2122 - Funny Images Photos Of Cats That Hate Snow

I Don't Love Snow by chloeclik

8. I Don't Love Snow by chloeclik - Funny Images Photos Of Cats That Hate Snow

A Rose in Winter by Rurisukai

11. A Rose in Winter by Rurisukai-

Harlowe hates snow

12. Harlowe hates snow

He hates the snow by arabiansrcute

13. He hates the snow by arabiansrcute

Abby hates snow

15. Abby hates snow

Really hate this snow…

16. Really hate this snow...

Alfie in the snow

17. Alfie in the snow

Snow Day by TaksArt

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Fun Cat Facts

1. On average, cats spend 2/3 of every day sleeping, and use 1/3 of their awake time cleaning themselves.

2. Unlike dogs, cats don’t have a sweet tooth. This could be due to a mutation in a key taste receptor.

3. The technical term for a hairball is a “bezoar”.

4. A group of cats is called a “clowder”.

5. Cats can be left pawed or right pawed. Female cats tend to be right pawed, while male cats are usually left pawed. Interestingly, left handed humans also tend to be male.

6. Cats make about 100 different sounds while dogs make only about 10.

7. A cat’s brain is biologically more similar to a human brain than it is to a dog’s. Both humans and cats have identical regions in their brains that are responsible for emotions.

8. The oldest pet cat was found in a 9,500-year-old grave on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Contrary to popular cat facts, this predates Egyptian pet cats by 4,000 years.

9. Cats are North America’s most popular pets: cats outnumber dogs 73 million to 63 million. Over 30% of North American homes have a cat.

10. A cat can jump five times its own height and sprint up to 31 mph.

11. Some cats have survived falls of over 65 feet. Their eyes and balance organs in the inner ear help cats to right themselves in mid air and land on their feet.

12. The oldest cat to give birth did so at age 30 to two kittens.

13. A female cat is called a queen or a molly.

14. Cats are highly sensitive to vibrations and may be able to detect earthquake tremors 10 or 15 minutes before humans can.

15. The largest cat breed is the Ragdoll. Male Ragdolls weigh up to 20 lbs and females up to 15 lbs.

16. Blond or brown color change in Siamese kittens depend on their body temperature. Siamese cats carry albino genes that work at a body temperature above 98° F. If these kittens are left in a very warm room, their points won’t darken and they will stay a creamy white all over.

17. Like dogs, cats only sweat through their paws.

18. A cat’s heart beats nearly twice as fast as a human heart, 110 to 140 beats per minute.

19. Onions, garlic, green tomatoes, raw potatoes, chocolate, grapes, and raisins are all bad for cats. Milk is not toxic but can cause an upset stomach and gas. Tylenol and aspirin are extremely toxic to cats, as are most houseplants.

20. With enough water, cats can tolerate temperatures up to 133 °F.

21. A cat’s nose pad has a unique pattern of ridges, just like a human fingerprint.

22. A cat has no collarbone, meaning it can fit through any opening smaller than its head.

23. The first cat show was organized in 1871 in London and later became a worldwide craze.

24. A tower was built in Scotland for a cat named Towser in commemoration of her killing over 30,000 mice throughout her lifetime.

25. Isaac Newton invented the cat flap to stop his cat “Spithead” from opening the door to his dark room and ruining light-sensitive experiments.

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Facts Source: Animal Health

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