What the World Looks like to Cats

Have you ever wondered what the world looks like to a cat? Clearly it’s a little different than what the world looks like to us humans. Thankfully we have a video that can simulate the feline experience.

Studies on the feline eye show that cat vision differs quite a bit from human vision. Cats have better night vision (no surprise there) and are better than us at following fast-moving objects. But the colors they perceive are less vibrant and the images they perceive are of lower resolution.

Now I know why my cat is so agile at night!

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