Cat Anatomy

A cat's anatomy is often a mystery to their owners. A cat's body is the basis of their health and knowing the anatomy of the male or female cat can help you detect possible problems. Whether digestive, respiratory, urinary or reproductive, our guides will help you learn everything about the Felis Catus and its anatomy.

Cat Anatomy

A cat's anatomy is often a mystery to their owners. A cat's body is the basis of their health and knowing the anatomy of the male or female cat can help you detect possible problems. Whether digestive, respiratory, urinary or reproductive, our guides will help you learn everything about the Felis Catus and its anatomy.

Understanding the anatomy of cat: our guides

Cat Anatomy

Cat Anatomy

The anatomy of the cat is a central part of understanding your feline’s health. Knowing how it works can help you to better understand your cat and better detect possible health problems or diseases.

The anatomy of the female or male cat will no longer remain a secret for you

The anatomy of a male or female cat is relatively similar, with the exception of the reproductive system. With our guides and tips, discover how your cat’s body works. You’ll know everything about your pet’s skeleton or teeth to take the best care of them.

Whether you are curious or anxious to better understand your cat, you will find here all the information to learn the basics of cat anatomy: digestive system, respiratory system, urinary system or body composition and limb placement.

The cat’s body: a communication tool

Ear, tail or whisker movements: the cat’s body is also its most important means of communication. By learning to understand the anatomy of these different limbs, you’ll learn to communicate with your cat. You will also know when and how to clean or treat them.

Our guides also allow you to put yourself in your cat’s place in their environment through our articles on the cat’s vision or sense of smell. As their senses and perception are very different from those of humans, it will be easier for you to adapt your home to your pet by knowing its anatomy.

Then you’ll know how to make your cat as happy as possible and your cat will make you as happy as possible.

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