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Learn Odd Cat Hygiene Facts That Will Captivate You

By : Mariya Akhtar

Cats groom themselves most of the day using their rough tongues to remove dirt and loose fur.

Author: Mariya Akhtar

Cats mark their territory with their own fragrance using scent glands on various body areas. This act sets borders and reduces alien scents, keeping their surroundings clean.

After outdoor outings, cats thoroughly wipe their paws. Backward-facing tongue barbs remove debris, keeping paws clean.

Cats ingest loose fur when grooming leading to hairballs. Digestive system easily digests and eliminates hairballs, preventing sanitary issues.

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Cat's saliva contains enzymes with antibacterial properties, aiding in wound healing and minimizing the risk of infection.

Cats clean their ears astonishingly. Their flexible ears and skilled grooming remove dirt and wax routinely, minimizing ear infections.

Cats can detect and eliminate environmental scents. Innate talent adds to cleanliness.

Wild cats bury their excrement to hide from predators. Domestic cats' instincts promote litter box hygiene.

Cats dislike water, unlike most pets. Their water aversion keeps them clean by preventing them from getting dirty or smelling.

Cats' fur regulates body temperature and repels dirt. Natural oils

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