Whether you’ve got a new kitten or you are an experienced cat owner, there’s no denying our feline friends possess unique quirks—not least their nocturnal nature. But can they actually see what they’re doing in the dark?
Just when their owners are heading to bed, cats often (inconveniently) spring into action. This trait is not designed to annoy us, though, but is a biological behaviour they have retained from their wild ancestors.
Cats are often said to have superior eyesight, as nighttime is the most opportune time to hunt—but how true is this?