After All, Why Are Cats So Flexible?
Cats are nimble, flexible, and seem to find no difficulty in getting anywhere. But how?
According to the myfriendlypets website, there are several reasons. On the one hand, the feline spine is made up of about 50 vertebrae – a very high number for their small size – which contributes to the animal’s mobility.
But that is not all. The structure of the legs is also decisive for the movement of these animals. The legs, in addition to being able to rotate, are equipped with powerful shock absorbers capable of reducing the impact against the surfaces.