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¿Hay algo más bonito, dulce y admirable que las patas de los gatos? Por supuesto que no.
Sin embargo, detrás de su aspecto suave y delicado, las uñas y las patas de los gatos representan un arma infalible.
Además de sostener a nuestro precioso peludo, las patas de los gatos tienen particularidades que otras razas no presentan.
Le contamos 5 cosas que debe saber acerca de las patas de los gatos:
1. Los gatos son digitígrados
Las patas delanteras del gato tienen 5 dedos, con el pulgar hacia atrás. Mientras que las patas traseras tienen sólo 4.
Las almohadillas de las patas son perfectamente adecuadas para asegurar la velocidad y la agilidad del gato.
Los gatos son digitígrados porque, al caminar sobre sus cuatro patas, apoyan simplemente las yemas de los dedos.
Podemos decir que los gatos caminan de puntillas. Seguro que por eso mismo caminan con tanta delicadeza y nobleza.