12 Funny Fake Cat Facts to celebrate International Cat Day
It’s International Cat Day, today, or Thursday as cats normally just refer to it. Even though cats can be utter arseholes we still think they’re fabulous, and wanted to celebrate our furry feline friends, so we set a challenge.
We’d like your #FakeCatFacts, please. Such as…
“When a cat walks across your computer keyboard it’s actually trying to hack into your online bank account.”
— The Poke (@ThePoke) August 8, 2019
We asked and you delivered. Here are some of our favourites…
— Hopeless Surfer (@HopelessSurfer) August 8, 2019
Fact 1: Cats have an extra layer in their eyes called the tapetum lucidum which reflects light and “glows”.
Fact 2: Cats made up Fact 1 to hide their powers of advanced hypnosis#FakeCatFacts
— Dave (@hullodave) August 8, 2019
Cats claws are the 2nd sharpest known object found in nature after lego pieces #FakeCatFacts
— James Read (@JamesERead) August 8, 2019
Cats randomly stare at parts of the room when they are trying to work out a particularly difficult sudoku.#FakeCatFacts
— Trevor Ship (@trevypoos) August 8, 2019
Cats can squirrel away tablet meds inside a special mouth pouch for ejection at leisure when you’re not looking.
— Graceless Hippo (@GracelessHippo) August 8, 2019
The collective noun for cats is a Conspiracy #FakeCatFacts
— Craig Deeley 🇪🇺🏳️🌈 (@craiguito) August 8, 2019
Cat’s whiskers are sensitive to WiFi and are the most common cause of signal blackspot in your home. #fakecatfacts
— Matthew Masters (@badgermat) August 8, 2019
Cats can increase their mass at night thus pinning their owner to the bed. #FakeCatFacts
— Wright-o (@chazrunner) August 8, 2019
A cats’ purr sends enough vibrations to activate your bladder, which is why they will only settle on your lap in order to make you need a loo. This means you will sooner vacate the seat your cat desires for their sole enjoyment only.
— SAM WILES (@SamanthaW1les) August 8, 2019
Isaac Newton first discovered gravity after placing something valuable on a table next to a cat.
— Akira’s Arcade (@AkirasArcade) August 8, 2019
When your cat brings you a dead animal it’s their way of showing you that they could easily kill you in your sleep if they wanted to. https://t.co/uNKlkxAriR
— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) August 8, 2019
Cats are happy to do anything you ask of them. #fakecatfacts
— Paul Mitchell (@mrmitchell78) August 8, 2019
Someone should remind @ChrisTheDJ that we asked for fake facts.
When a cat looks at its food, sniffs it, and walks off, its actually thinking that you look a bit scrawny and need fattening up, so you should have it. Then it can eat you instead. #fakecatfacts
— Mark Ronson feat. Chris Merriman (@ChrisTheDJ) August 8, 2019