The researchers say that the condition may have been overlooked in the past because the cats were suffering from cats and aluminum foil range of problems. The cat would get on some surfaces and freeze, maybe because it was trying to figure out how to move silently, and drawing a blank. The experiment shows that the cat didn't avoid it like it did with water, so you can say cats don't hate foil assuming the cats and aluminum foil it is repeated. It is also tough, durable and hard to shred. More from The Telegraph. Especially when scavenging for food on a kitchen counter.
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He clawed at it, shredded it, chewed on it, carried it around and hid little bits of it all over the house, probably ate some, I don't even want to know. Likewise the sound of rustling bags, typing on a keyboard and clinking coins or keys also disturbed the majority of the animals. The research was published in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery.
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Aluminum foil makes a scary sound to some cats and probably feels weird on their paws. Cats are known to hear sounds at ultrasonic frequencies and so may be more sensitive to high —pitched noise. Microfiber This soft, smooth synthetic material is polar opposite of the texture cats like to scratch.
Sound of crinkling tin foil can cause seizures in cats
I don't know that all cats hate aluminum foil; in fact, I would imagine that for some, it would mean LEFTOVER TIME! (Not recommended, as some people food. But — and I really hate to be a downer here — aluminum foil is just not safe for cats. Cats may easily tear pieces off, swallow them and then. Even deaf cats can end up unconscious after hearing the sound of crinkling tin foil, say vets.
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Perform a keyword search, you may find good explanations in past threads. This soft, smooth synthetic material is polar opposite of the texture cats like to scratch. My cat is terrified by it but yet I've seen videos of people "petting" their cat by vacuuming them. I have no idea why a cat would not like it. As his human companion, it is up to you to devise ways to teach him what is off limits. They have different fears.
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Cats are known to hear sounds at ultrasonic frequencies and so may be more sensitive to high —pitched noise.
Even deaf cats can end up unconscious after hearing the sound of crinkling tin foil, say vets. They will walk on tin foil. Mythbusters actually did this myth a while ago. The cats are hesitant because it's weird and different, but eventually. Everyday sounds, like crinkling tin foil, a metal spoon hitting a ceramic bowl, sounds cause noise-induced seizures in older cats—and the response is not all.