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3. Can Cats Really See in the Dark?

Yes and no. Nocturnal animals are much more capable of seeing in the dark. They’ve adapted that way. While cats do have night vision, they also need at least a little bit of light to see where they’re going and what they’re doing. Cats, like humans, can't see in complete darkness. Our cats actually have no better idea of what to do in the middle of the night than we do.

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