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Why do cats always land with their paws on the ground?

Asked by klaas4 (2186points) September 12th, 2007
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ezraglenn's avatar

they have mad crazy balance.

kevbo's avatar

Plus, they are able to twist their bodies mid-air. Always, though, is a slight overstatement.

susanc's avatar

Keybo is right, they don’t always land on their paws. They’re just more likely to than, say, we are.
When they don’t land on their paws, they get hurt. Don’t drop them.

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