Smell

Townsville Bulletin - - NQ Life -

Hu­mans have five mil­lion scent re­cep­tor cells in their nose, but cats en­joy about 100 mil­lion and dogs a whop­ping 250 mil­lion. En­joy­ment of food in dogs and par­tic­u­larly cats is pri­mar­ily driven by their sense of smell rather than taste. Fussy cats will of­ten re­spond bet­ter to warmed and more strongly smelling food.

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