Paws and Petals: Discover Spring Through Your Cat's Eyes

 Spring is a season of renewal, not only for nature, but also for our feline friends. This article explores how cats perceive and interact with the changes of this colorful season.

Color Perception: Contrary to what many people think, cats see certain colors. In spring, they can distinguish greens and blues, making flowering gardens particularly stimulating for them.

Sensory Stimulation: Nature sounds, such as birds chirping and leaves rustling, stimulate a cat's hearing, increasing its desire to play and explore.

Increased Activity: With longer, warmer days, cats tend to be more active. Encourage this renewed energy with more play time and interaction.

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