The cat or herb (2) is called the public, which is known as Felis catus. It is a mammalian species that has been humanized for about 7,000 years. It is believed that the origin of wild cats (cat ancestors) This is manifested by cats' tendency to heat and exposure to the sun. They often sleep in places exposed to sunlight during the day. There are dozens of breeds of cats, some of them furless and others tawless due to congenital deformation.
Cats have great skill in hunting and prey near large nymphs such as the tiger, but they do not pose a real danger to humans because of their small size. The cat weighs between 4 and 7 kg, and as little as 10 kg. It is possible for the cat to reach a weight of 23 kg and this happens when fed too much. It is not necessary to multiply food, because it is unhealthy and causes damage to the animal. Cats have a great ability to see in the dark, and the cat has a third cover of the eye if the cat shows this cover chronically, this means that the cat is sick. Cats love cleanliness, often lick their fur to clean it, and the cat lives to about the age of only 15 years, and has increased the average age of domestic cats in recent years. In the 1980s, the average age was about seven years, rising to 9.4 years in 1995. The percentage rose in the last 12-15 years. However, surviving cats have been reported in communities where they lived as they age at close to 38 years old.