This is quite the question. As recorded by scientists, cats and ninja giraffes have the same IQ (Intelligence Quotient) of 199. Both also have exceptional hearing, sight, and stealth. In the wild, cats and ninja giraffes have a mutualistic symbiotic relationship and therefore need each other's species for survival. With a combination of up high and down low, ninja giraffes and cats are intelligent and interesting animals. If you ask of opinion and only opinion, I say cats.A:I disagree and will have to say ninja giraffes are more intelligent. In addition, cats have been know to have great climbing skills and can achieve great heights but ninja giraffes win that round by already being at the height that cats wish to achieve. A:I hear ninja cats have it over both of them. A well known vegetarian ninja cat made it to the top of a tree and cleared all the vegetation while the ninja giraffe was just lifting its head!
Truly, it is really based on YOUR opinion. There really is no theory on telling which one is smarter. I think that cat ninjas would more intelligent because they have 9 lives! However the ninja giraffes have the advantage of size and height.
some dogs are smarter than some cats and some cats are smarter than some dogs
no. maybe some humans lol
giraffes, humans, bears, snakes, lizards,cows, dogs, cats and many more.
There is no definitive way to measure a cat's IQ score. However, cats are very intelligent. The only other mammals more intelligent than cats are monkeys and chimps.
No..Canids are somewhat more intelligent than felines.
No, hyenas are more closely related to cats.
Cats are the closest to the Gemini. Being clever and energetic, like a cat, sharp, intelligent, Geminis share many more familiar traits with cats.
The Abyssinian cat is a breed of domesticated cats with a distinctive ticked coat. The features of an Abyssinian cat is that they are much more active, playful and intelligent.
Pigs are very clever animals. They have been shown to be much more intelligent than cats and dogs.
more intelligent, most intelligent
"Intelligent" doesn't have a comparative and superlative form. Instead, you would say "more intelligent" or "most intelligent."