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We hope that your pet is blind! And not a cat... You're not the only one who wants to help a blind pet!

Blind cats are as different from normal cats as they are from normal dogs. This is because, in their blind lives, the cat has learned not to rely on vision to navigate its environment. Its brain, in fact, is already hard at work creating the kind of map that it will rely on to guide itself in its future travels. However, a blind cat, because of its blindness, will have to navigate the world more by its other senses: touch, hearing, smell, and perhaps taste.

If you have a blind pet, don’t expect it to be like a sighted cat. It won’t rely on the ability to see to navigate its surroundings, and it may take some time to understand and adjust to its blind life.

What are the blind cats' senses?

As I said, your pet will learn to rely more on its other senses in its blind life. The senses that it will use to navigate the world include:

Touch: Blind cats use their sensitive skin to identify surfaces and objects. They are able to detect changes in pressure and vibrations. They can also use their whiskers and claws to detect changes in temperature.

Hearing: The sense of hearing is also extremely important for a blind cat. Your pet will be able to detect sounds and locate the source of a noise, even if the sounds are too faint to be heard.

Smell: Your pet will rely heavily on its sense of smell. It can smell different surfaces and materials, identify smells in a number of different odours and identify smells of certain types of things, such as food, water, people and others.

Taste: Although many animals use their sense of smell to locate food and other scents, some animals also use their sense of taste to find food. Although a blind cat won’t be able to taste food, it will still be able to sense food through the other senses.

How will the blind cat behave?

Your blind pet will take on a different personality, depending on its sense of vision.

Touch: If your pet doesn’t rely on vision to see, it will be far more likely to use its sense of touch to explore its surroundings and its environment. It may have a heightened sense of touch. It will be able to navigate its surroundings using tactile sensations: feeling, listening and smelling.

Hearing: Because it will rely heavily on its hearing for navigation, your pet may seem a little less playful and more observant of its surroundings than it was as a sighted cat.

Smell: Smelling will be more important to a blind cat than it is to a sighted cat. It may explore its surroundings with its nose.

Taste: Your pet will still be able to sense its surroundings and food through other senses, and it will still use its sense of taste to identify different types of foods.

Blind cats and touch

As I said, blind cats use their sense of touch to explore their surroundings. They are very good at finding their way around using their sense of touch. They will explore their environment using their whiskers, their claws, their pads, and their skin.

Because it has no vision, a blind cat will have to learn how to navigate its surroundings with its other senses. And because it has no vision, it will have to rely on touch to navigate its environment.

Blind cats use their sense of touch to detect changes in surfaces. They are also good at feeling and locating their way around.

Blind cats use their sense of touch to feel, locate and navigate.

Blind cats are very good at locating things that they touch. Because it has no vision, your pet will have to learn how to feel, locate and navigate with its other senses.

Blind cats use their sense of touch to find and navigate.

Blind cats rely on their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

Blind cats use their sense of touch.

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