By Paul Ciampanelli
Oct 16, 2013
Said William Crumley of Penn Vet, "As is, I think these images do a good job of illustrating the difference in colors seen, resolution and night/day abilities that make cats different from us."
Maybe an old cat with diabetes may see like that.A cats hearing is very good and compliments it's vision.
Maybe an old cat with diabetes may see like that. A cats hearing is even more remarkable and compliments there vision.
Those pictures don't illustrate a cats eyesight. Cats can focus on things that are too small for us humans to see.
why would i believe this trype..vets used to say(and many still do) that dog's are color blind,that they don't recognise other animals on the tv screen and that they're loyalty is not fixted on a person by love but toward anyone who feeds them. the dogs i've owned have proven all those myths incorrect.why should i believe anything surmised abut cats that hasn't been 'proven' ...
no one can actually see through a cats vision this is stupid!
Sorry but i dont believe this cats blurred vision photograph. . I have been in my car a block away, my cat sees my car and starts trying to chase it down. It knows it is me driving and knows my car.If their vision was this blurry that would not quite be the case. Cats can see very small objects from very far off.
I agree. These pics are kinda dumb tbh. Anyone who has a cat knows they see better than an 80 year old lady with night vision cataracts
I understand the attempt, but it does not seem accurate or useful. Cats would focus on movement in a small area, but it would be a sharper focus than humans, and the photographer is showing a human focus here. They probably do not see color as well as we do.
Must have gotten feedback from cats to verify this!
I'm sorry, but there is no way a cats vision is that blurry. I have had cats most of my life and I can tell you now, they can see a hair on a gnats butt from 50 feet. I watched one of mine, thinking he was hallucinating, as he kept jumping at something that I couldn't see that was on my carpet. It turned out to be a itsy bitsy spider no bigger than a speck of pepper. It took me forever to find it, yet he saw it and was trying to torment it. Maybe this person needs to take up another profession ,because I'm willing to bet he is dead wrong!
That's why cats were called 'sun dancers' many years ago. People would be gathered in the back yard drinking their grog of mead and wondering what the cat was chasing after.
I don't think this is correct. My cats can see a gnat on the ceiling and stalk it with that kind of blurred vision???? Well. one can, the other is cross-eyed