Cats may not be classed as nocturnal animals – they actually fall into the crepuscular category – but they do tend to be most active when the sun is at its lowest.
Given their fondness for low light adventures, it’s a widely held belief that felines can see well in the dark. And they can.
But while felines are perfectly adept at navigating night-time comfortably, it isn’t as if they’re strolling around with their very own pair of night vision goggles.
They do need some level of light in order to see well – just nowhere near as much as us.