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Cats, Dogs May See Things Invisible To Human Eye

A new study has found that cats, dogs, and many other mammals are able to detect UV light, which may allow them to see many things invisible to humans, such as urine marks and certain color patterns on flowers. What do you think?

  • “Are they really things we can’t see, or things we don’t want to see?”

    Aaron Campelia
    Motorcycle Club Owner
  • “Aw man, I wish I had the power to see more urine.”

    Jason Bowyer
    Restaurant Host
  • “But can they love?”

    Kathleen Willis
    Event Coordinator