They differ in nutritional requirements, training techniques, and body language. People often find feline communication more difficult to interpret than that of dogs because it can be so subtle that nonverbal communication cues are completely missed or misinterpreted. Misreading a cat can land us on the wrong end of sharp claws and teeth. Learning to interpret understated feline body language enables us to avert calamity and strengthen our bond. Cats have a refined way of communicating between themselves and humans using primarily their body, tail, and facial features. Among the most expressive parts of the feline body are the orbs of vision. Eyelids may be fully open, partially closed, or drawn into a squint. Causes for these changes may be emotional arousal, such as fear, aggression, pleasure, or excitement, or environmental, such as a change in ambient light levels. Think of it like a silent movie: the autonomic nervous system is the director, the pupil plays the lead role, the eyelid is a supporting character, while other facial features, body, and tail comprise the remaining cast.
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Can Cats See In The Dark?
Dogs we usually understand, mostly because they are so easy to understand. They have expressive faces and body language that we can read pretty accurately. Cats, on the other hand, are known for their emotional vagueness and standoffishness.
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Customer Service for Subscribers. Cat pupils do more than respond to light. They allow a cat to see in near-darkness and provide her with a great ability to detect motion in order to hunt prey. But the thing that really fascinates a lot of people are those vertical, slit-shaped cat pupils. Cat pupils do much more than respond to the level of light in a room, though. They also give you a good sense of how your cat is feeling — emotionally and physically. Our cats communicate with us in very subtle ways, and one of those ways is through their eyes. Narrow pupils mean your cat is feeling aroused by anger, fear or pleasure. Arousal can be caused by many things — anger, fear and pleasure, primarily. These emotions can result in the sudden contraction of pupils so that they become narrow slits.
Customer Service for Subscribers. Are cats color-blind? Are they nearsighted or farsighted? Can they see in the dark? Read on and find out some fun facts about cat eyes.