Cats are real wonder creatures. They make the impossible possible and always surprise their owners with their "super powers". You can find a selection of their fascinating skills here.
The pussies in the monkey tooth hurry through the apartment on four paws, especially when they have their wild five minutes. The plush fluffy tornados are so fast that they can often only be seen as a flash in the corner of the eye. They reach speeds of up to 50 kilometers per hour - and even top the Jamaican sprinter and currently the fastest man in the world Usain Bolt.
Cats even fit in the smallest box. They twist and turn until their entire body has disappeared into the object of their desire. How it works? Clearly, elasticity is one of her super powers. The famous cat Maru is a master at fitting into small boxes. In the following video, he chose a very small mini box to chuck in:
If people could jump as high as cats, they would be real superheroes. The fur noses manage to reach a jump height that is five times their height - and land undamaged and gently on the paws again. A real masterpiece! Even when cats fall, they seem to have super powers: thanks to their turning reflex, they almost always manage to turn in such a way that they land safely on all fours.
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4. Noiseless like a ninja
The velvet paws of the cats and their elegant movements give her further "super powers". They silently stalk their target object while hunting and playing. They go unnoticed to get what they want - even if it's just the delicious sausage from the dining table.
In addition, cats are not only silent, but can also make themselves almost invisible if necessary, like a Japanese ninja fighter (in German "hidden"). For example, black cats can hardly be seen on dark areas and in the shade, and cats with tabby patterns fit perfectly into the shadow play of the leaves in the bushes outside in the garden. The little cat in the video, for example, has made sneaking up to an art form:
Cat eyes are fantastic. When it comes to distant vision, they largely depend on people. At a distance of 100 meters you can see who your friend is and who your enemy is. And at night they develop their full "superpowers" - the pupils open up in a circle, which allows them to move safely in the dark.
6. Hearing performance
Your sensitive senses are also evident in the training of the cat's ear. Not only do they hear extremely well, they are also able to align their ears so that they hear exactly what they want to hear - without having to move their heads.