There is no definitive answer to this question as it has not been studied extensively. However, there are a few pieces of evidence that seem to suggest that cats can see screens on phones and other electronic devices.
One study, published in the journal Animal Behavior, found that when cats were shown a video of a cat on a phone screen, they displayed certain behaviors that are usually associated with prey animals. For example, they looked more at the screen, moved their heads more, and blinked more frequently. This suggests that cats can see the images on phone screens, at least to some extent.
Another study, published in the journal PLoS One, found that when cats were shown a moving image on a phone screen, they moved their heads more and blinked more frequently than when they were shown a static image. This suggests that cats are more likely to be interested in moving images on phone screens than static images.
While there is evidence that cats can see screens on phones and other electronic devices, more research is needed to determine how well they can see them and what types of images they are most likely to be interested in.
Are screens harmful to cats?
There is no definitive answer to this question, as there is much debate about the matter. Some people believe that screens can be harmful to cats, as the light from the screen can cause eye problems or even blindness. Others believe that as long as cats are kept away from the screen and do not stare at it for too long, there is no harm in having screens in the home. Ultimately, it is up to the cat owner to decide if they feel comfortable having screens in their home and whether or not their cat is exposed to them.
Can my cat see me on FaceTime?
Yes, cats can see people on FaceTime. The iPhone screen displays a person as a dark object against a brightly lit background, so cats should be able to see you clearly. Keep in mind that cats may be more interested in the movements of the birds or other animals outside the window than in you on the phone, but they should still be able to see you.
Some people believe that cats can see the screens of phones, laptops, and other electronic devices. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. Therefore, it is unclear whether or not cats can actually see phone screens.