What does the cat see through their eyes?

 What is it like to see through your cat's eyes?
The top image is what we see. The bottom image is what your cat sees.

Cats see way better in the dark


Cats have better peripheral vision


We see more colours in daytime


Cats are more near-sighted than us. 
Cats have blurry visions of far away objects. They need objects to be closer to them before they can see clearly; but not too close.  They cannot adjust their eyes to focus on things only a few inches from them



Source: Images: See the world by a cat's eyes from Live Science. Author: T. Ghose

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