What is the difference between a human skeleton and a cat's skeleton?
The human skeleton model is for the humans and the cat skeleton model is for cats. The human skeleton model is designed for bipedal organism and the cat skeleton model is designed for 4 legged cat.
Cats are carnivores while dogs are omnivorous. Another variation between their skeleton is their skeleton size. A cat has a smaller skeleton compared to a dog. The main difference can be seen from their skull. A dogs skull is bigger and longer than a cat and a cat's skull can be identified from the number of cheek teeth.
There is no real difference. Cats are not self-aware enough in real life to understand "pedigree" or "social class"; these are concepts which the feline brain cannot understand. A human can treat a cat as being somehow superior to other cats, but the difference is purely in the human's mind, it makes no difference to the cat... except that a cat so treated is likely to become even fatter and lazier than is normal for…
The difference between a cats tongue and a dogs tongue is that a cats tongue is rough and looks like there is little teeth on the tongue. The dogs tongue is smoother than a cats and is most of the time longer than a cats tongue. Also a dogs tongue can be different colours. It seems to be said also that a dogs tongue can heel a wound.
The term "Warrior Cats" is often used to refer to the Warriors book series by Erin Hunter, even though the series is actually titled "Warriors". This is because there are many books and resources about Warriors in general (human warriors), but only one so far about warrior cats. Within the warriors series, "Warrior Cats" and "Warriors" both refer to the cats who defend their clans from danger, hunting and even fighting when necessary.