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Scientists think that it is possible that cats, deer and some other animals that can detect UV rays
Cats apparently see psychedelic stripes on flowers and patterns on the wings of birds that are completely invisible to the human eye. According to this study, cats, dogs, and some other animals are able to see types of light, like UV light, that we don’t see at all.
originally posted by: smilesmcgee
a reply to: gmoneystunt
Yes, this is exactly what I was going to mention.
One time my cat flipped out on my husband's jacket. He had left it on the floor and she was sniffing it, hunting it for a solid half an hour and looking terrified.
At first we thought spider. (But imagine every time she tried to swipe invisible spider, jumping in the air in terror.)
In 10 years, she has only acted like that once. We never did figure out what got her so worked up.