Jumping Kitty

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Jumping Kitty Cat Game Online - Play Free Cats Jump Games

Can you make this little kitty reach the sky by jumping off platforms one by one? The Kitty cat is moved horizontally with mouse and when landing on any platform it will bounce and go higher. Collecting the yellow arrows will give you a lot of power up speed. Keep yourself focused on the cat and do not fall down! If you fall down, then it's game ove. Have Fun!

Play Jumping Kitty Flash Game Online Today

Do you like cats, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Jumping Kitty game online.

How to Play Jumping Kitty Game Online

Simply move your mouse to jump off platforms. Collecting the yellow arrows will give you a lot of power up speed. Do not fall down and reach the sky!

How high can cats jump?

Cats definitely rule in jumping when compared with dogs or humans for that matter. The average dog can only jump about one body length high while cats can jump five or six times that. Did you know that a young healthy cat is capable of jumping about five vertical or horizontal. According to Animal Planet, cats owe their unique jumping talents to their strong leg and back muscles. As impressive as a 5-foot leap is, most cats pale in comparison to Nya-Suke, a cat in Japan who, according to Huffington Post, is able to leap almost 7 vertical feet. So, why are cats good jumpers? It is in their DNA. Cats are predators and possess the ability to bound quickly to capture prey. In some instances, cats jump to escape danger from predators. However, when cats get older they start to lose agility.

Do a kitty cat always land on it's feet after a jump

You might have heard it said several times that cats always lands on their feet, but it is true? The truth is that if cats fall a short distance, they can almost always right themselves and land on their feet. If they fall more than one or two floors, however, they may sustain severe or even fatal injuries. The number of cats with fall injuries is increasing, partially because of more cat owners are living in multi-story apartment buildings. The uniqueness of the cat's skeleton is one of the reasons they can right themselves so quickly. Cats do not have a collarbone, and the bones in their backbone have more mobility than in many other animals. For these reasons, cats have free movement of their front legs and they can easily bend and rotate their bodies. To learn more about how cats land after a jump, we recommend you to visit Dr. Foster & Smiths pet education website. If you feel you have read enough then you should play our online cat game.

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