Lisa wants to know - Why do cats always land on their feet?
Pixie, Lisa Owen’s cat, launched herself out of a second story window this weekend. This got Lisa wondering - why do cats always land on their feet like her own cat did?
Dr Kat Littlewood from the Institute of Vet, Animal & Biomedical Science, College of Sciences joins Lisa on The Long Lunch to explain why.
Landing on their feet is a reflex that uses many parts of a cat’s body, including the legs and spine.
Their spine is really flexible and really bendy so it can twist really easily.
Listen to the full interview with Dr Littlewood above.
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