Have you ever watched your cat jump, walk, and climb and wonder if he even has knees? It doesn’t look like they are. It’s so strange
I have three cats who all look different and have different personalities, but they all move in the same way. The movements are so fluid that it seems like they don’t have any joints. Just the way they curl up is crazy. My cats can curl up in a quartet of their actual size if the box they’re trying to hide is small. Cats are animal contortionists.
I had to find out so gather my cats together and we did a google search for the answer.
It turns out the answer is yes, but different and yet the same. I know it’s confusing. Here’s what I, I mean WE (the cats helped) found.
… Cat’s knees are pretty similar to human knees, explains Bui. The only crucial difference: the angle between the cat’s knee and its hips. This angle varies not only between cats and humans, but between different breeds of cats. –
Look at the knees, they are as if our legs were pulled back.
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