What Is a Cat’s Perspective on the World?
Cats can’t see the same variety of beautiful colors as humans can, although they can see some of them. Cats see the world in gray, with shades of blue and yellow, and possibly some green. They aren’t stopped by the fact that they can’t detect colors. Cats are exceptionally good at detecting little movements and noticing quick details, even on moonless nights, thanks to their incredible eyesight.
Have you ever wondered why your cat is confused by your new haircut or the mustache your wife begged you not to grow (was it worth it?)? It’s possible that this is related to their inability to see clearly up close. Cats, surprisingly, see things that are blurrier than people do, yet they have a larger range of vision than humans.