I am obsessed with my cat's paws. Each one of the cats has different colored pads. (I apologize in advance for the low quality pictures. I don't have a decent camera.)
These are Pip's.
Her pads are a mixture of her Tortie coloring in cool, random patterns. Her mouth is the same mixture of pink and black. When she yawns, it's super cool.
I love how Eowyn has fur growing between her toes. She's a long-haired cat. Perhaps that's why? They swirl like little eddies in a pool of water.
Wednesday's pads are the most interesting to me. I had never seen a cat with purple pads before. The color goes so well with the gray fur. She'll get you if you touch them, though.
Cat Facts (Paws):
Have you ever seen your cat climb up a tree? To get down, they must back down (otherwise, jump). This is because all of their claws face the same direction, making climbing the tree a cinch but getting down from it a bit more complicated.
Cats, like humans, are right or left-handed. Females tend to be right-pawed, while males tend to be left-handed.
Cats have carpal pads on their front paws that help to prevent them from sliding on a slippery surface when jumping.
Most cats have five toes on each front paw, but only four toes on each back paw.
Scratching is normal cat behavior. Cats scratch to remove the dead outer layer of their their claws. It's also a way to mark their territory - both visually and by leaving a scent (cats have scent glands on their paws).
What color are your cat's paw pads?