yes, their tongues are rough like a cat
For cats, they use their tongues to bathe themselves so it's rough so they can clean themselves better.
Because they eat rough things.
there tongues are not ruff a cats tongue is like sand paper. but dogs do have little hairs on their tongues just like humans do
Giraffes have black tongues because they bit trees to eat them; their tongues are black and rough
it eats microscopic plants of the rock they use there rough tongues to scrape it off
Hello there, id say it has to do with grooming and picking up hair by the tongue. I used to work at a pet store if that's any help. But maybe asking a vet would be better. Anyway that's all i have to say lol. :oD Catch! Well; cats may have rough tongues to this as an extra; but it's shown that they have rough tongues which actually have some kind of small cup like bits on their tongues which allow them to lap up water because their tongues are so small unlike dogs who have larger tongues allowing them to drink water alot easier without the need for these cup like bits. Cats are particular about cleanliness and the rough tongues help with this. Dogs are more laid back and wait for people to wash them.
The rough tongue helps to abrade the plant material that they eat, allowing for better digestion.
Yes. Domestic cats tongues are also rough. This lets them scrape the flesh off their prey.Try putting a bit of your cat's favorite treat on the back of your hand and offer it to her. -firstmate-
No, it will not grow back.
flies have tongues so that they can taste
no...extremely rough in order to facilitate both feeding and grooming.
Cats' and dogs' tongues are different from people's. Their tongues are flat, while people's and parrots' tongues are fleshy.
Dogs do not normally have hair on their tongues; this would be a congenital abnormality that could be surgically corrected by a veterinarian in most cases. Dogs do have rough papillae which are approximately hair-shaped on their tongues; these provide surface area for taste and for traction against their food so they can get food into their mouths and manipulate it in their mouths.
Cats' tongues are bristly and sandpapery because they use their tongues to clean and groom their fur. The rough surface brushes the fur, sort of like a hairbrush, and helps remove the loose, dead hairs.
So that they can get water in their mouth and lick hair and flesh off animals. The hard part is made up of the molecules in your fingernails. That is what makes their tongue hard, also as hard as your fingernails!Cats use their tongues as natural combsCats use their tongues as a comb to maintain their fur. On the rough and humid surface the hair sticks well and is combed out with ease. On the other hand allows the rough surface then to release the hair easier in order to swallow it. C. K. TengeAmsterdamCats have rough tongues for two reasons. Firstly, they act as grooming tools, separating fur much like a brush and keeping their coats nice and sleek. Secondly, their rough tongues enable them to lap up liquids such as water or milk (and cats shouldn't really be given milk; many cats are lactose intolerant and therefore cannot handle ingesting milk).Cats have rough tongues for two reasons. Firstly, they act as grooming tools, separating fur much like a brush and keeping their coats nice and sleek. Secondly, their rough tongues enable them to lap up liquids such as water or milk (and cats shouldn't really be given milk; many cats are lactose intolerant and therefore cannot handle ingesting milk).
i don't see why it would be- they don't have poison in their saliva. but, only way their saliva could get into your eye is if it licked your eye, which might hurt because cat tongues are rough. that's the only bad thing i can think of... weird question! lol
The lion has a rough tongue, and use it to rasp meat off the bone when eating.
The cat might like to play rough or doesn't want to be touched. It depends on the cat.
The cat can only have own toung to help them to clean their self and to feid tbeir on sels
Why would you eat that. It's disgusting!.....
they don't they have black tongues,they have it so they don't sunburn their tongue's
Cats use their rough tongues to clean and groom their fur. Mother cats also clean their kittens until they begin to do it themselves. (A good reason not to use too much flea powder, as it can make the cat ill.)