Cats see fewer colors than humans do. Their color spectrum is limited mostly to yellows and blues, as seen in the photographs, where the "cat vision" appears washed out compared to our way of seeing the world. "Our retinas have many more cones than cats, especially in the area of the fovea, which is all cones and no rods," Lamm told PawNation. "This gives us fantastic day vision with lots of vibrant colors and excellent, detailed resolution."
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