How do a cat's eyes differ from a dog's?

  1. Myn Is Me profile image70
    Myn Is Meposted 6 years ago

    How do a cat's eyes differ from a dog's?

  2. ii3rittles profile image81
    ii3rittlesposted 6 years ago

    There are A LOT of differences! To name a few...

    Cats see vivid colors, and a wider range than dogs. (It is said dogs only see in black, white and possibly green)

    Cats have the largest eyes of any carnivore. In comparison to a dog, their eyes are much, much larger and able to see more at once.

    The dilation is also different in dogs and cats. Cats can change this at will, no matter light or dark. This helps them focus on objects far away.

  3. Chad Banks profile image70
    Chad Banksposted 6 years ago

    The pupil of a cat's eye is, when closed, a narrow vertical slit. When it opens, the iris moves to the sides, as if two tiny curtains were being drawn apart. The pupil of a dog's eye is round, as in the human eye, and expands equally in all directions.