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The manus of an animal, or in this case a cat, composes the front paw. The cat has over ten bones in its manus.
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Between 230 and 250, depending on the cat. Some cats have extra toes (polydactyly) and some cats, like Manx and Cymrics, do not have tails. The average is 244.
in a cat's tail there are 14 bones
244 that is not actually the true amount the true amount is actually 290. 10% of these bones are actually locaated in the tail.
There are approximately 244 bones in a cats body. This number can vary depending on the length of the cat's tail.
There are no bones in a cat's tail. It is just muscle tissue and skin.
About 10% of their bones are in their tails, and it is not known exactly whether they have 230 in all or whether they start out with 245 and some fuse together. So if the 10% …thing is still correct, then cats have about 23-24.5 bones in their tails. Hope this helped. :) Between 14 and 28 bones are in the cat's tail.
29 bones in a cat's skull
Skeleton Cats have 7 cervical, 13 thoracic, 7 lumbar and 3 sacral verterbrae, and, except for Manx cats, 22 or 23 caudal verterbrae. Total: 52 or 53 verterbrae … Related link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat#Physiology
There are about 27 bones in a cat's paw, and they have 5 toes on the front paws, and 4 on the back paws.
The number of bones a cat has varies from 230 to 250 from cat to cat and is not one set number because some bones may fuse together.
An average of 244 but it can vary with how long the tail is and if it's polydactyl (has extra toes).