Cats

The Cat
The cat, also known as the domestic cat or house cat , is a small carnivorous specie ,mammal, that is often valued by humans for its companionship and its ability to hunt rats. It has been associated with humans for at least 9,500 years. Cats typically weigh is between 5.516 pounds. They live normally between 15 and 20 years.

History of Cats
For many centuries the cat was worship as a god, however, in the beginning of the Middle Age the situation changed. When the people began to be dedicated to agriculture, the cats came to be part of their life. For being a hunter, they had the function to finish with the rats, that invaded the places where the foods were stored. Some years later, together with the witches, the cats were punished and had as creatures of the devil and many times were burned joined with the women accused of witchcraft or even alone. Later due to it be an excellent hunter the cat was accept once again in the houses and in the ships to finish with the rats.

Senses
Cats have highly advanced hearing, eyesight, taste, and touch receptors, making the cat extremely sensitive among mammals. Cats' night vision is superior to humans although their vision in daylight is inferior. Humans and cats have a similar range of hearing on the low end of the scale, but cats can hear much higherpitched sounds. A domestic cat's sense of smell is about fourteen times as strong as a human's. To aid with navigation and sensation, cats have dozens of movable whiskers over their body, especially their face.

Race: Cat that imagine things (Very Rare)

Reason for the extinction

They crash alot

Race: Cat that knows karate (rare)

Race: Cat that thinks he is another animal!

Race: Cat that repair things

Race: Cat that watch movies

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Race: Zombie Cat (very rare)

Race: Assassin Cat (O.O)

Race: Psycho Cat

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