Are cats really colorblind?

Answer Contrary to popular belief, cats do indeed see colors; however, they have two cones in their retina, instead of humans' three. As a result, cats see blue and green colors, while the red end of the ... Read More »

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Are cats colorblind?

According to the Cornell Center for Materials Research's "Ask a Scientist" feature, cats are not entirely colorblind as they can see some colors. Cats only have two types of cones (humans have thre... Read More »

Are dogs really colorblind?

Dogs are not completely colorblind, although they cannot perceive the full spectrum of light waves that most humans see. Current scientific theory proposes that dogs lack the ability to see colors ... Read More »

Is Brewers Yeast & Garlic Really Good for Getting Rid of Fleas in Cats?

When decorating a bathroom, much attention typically is spent on the floors, bathroom fixtures and walls. In contrast, very little thought is given to the shower ceiling, which ends up looking dull... Read More »

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