The skeleton of a cat consists of 250 bones.
Like all other carnivores (meat eaters) cats are equipped to hunting and devour them.
Cats have a pretty round head, short snout, large eyes, sensitive whiskers at the beak and sharp standing ears.
A cat has a long tail that he uses to stay in balance and at social communication.
The loco motor system is incredibly smooth with a flexible backbone, which cats are very limber.
Cats can join a trap as times they end up on the legs.
To "to come together" should the Cat get the space and time to times.
1 Skull 2 Cervical vertebrae 3 Hyoid bone
4 Shoulder blades 5 Chest vertebras 6 Pisiform
7 Lumbar vertebrae 8 Sacrum 9 Tail vertebrae
10 Ilium 11 Upper legs 12 Fibulas
13 Tibias 14 Heel bones 15 Tarsal bones
16 Metatarsal bones 17 Meniscuses 18 Ribs
19 Rib cartilages 20 xiphoid Appendix of sternum
21 Metacarpal bones 22 Carpal bones 23 Ulnar head
24 ulnas 25 Radiuses 26 Hummers