Yesterday was a very bad weather day for many parts of the eastern US. Jen was worried, because the birds weren’t out and about and the feral cats didn’t show up at the usual time looking for a meal. But when the feral kitties showed up late in the afternoon, I told Jen that everything was gonna be OK. Was I right?
Can animals really predict the weather?
There is some evidence that animals CAN predict the weather, but it’s not some kinda sixth sense we have. Instead, there’s logical reasons why.
First of all, most animals have a greater range of hearing than humans. A cat can hear lower frequencies than a human, and a cow can hear even lower frequencies than a cat! Some animals can hear some sounds associated with severe weather before a human, like distant thunder, earthquake shockwaves, or ocean waves.
So when the ferals…
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