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Cats are members of the family Felidae, and they are relatives of the cheetah, the caracal, the Chinese desert cat, the jaguarundi, the ocelot, the serval, the Eurasian lynx, the fishing cat, the lion, the tiger, the snow leopard. They are very closely related to tigers, a study discovered that a house cat shares 95.6% of their genetic makeup.


Quick facts:

Cats are different in body shape and colors based on their breeds which include: 


  • Exotic Shorthair Cats
  • Ragdoll Cats, British Shorthair
  • Persian Cats, Maine Coon Cats
  • American Shorthair Cats
  • Scottish Fold Cats
  • Sphynx Cats
  • Abyssinian Cats
  • Devon Rex Cats


But they share some similarities like rounded, flat faces, large eyes, and large ears.

Cats have sharp teeth, strong flexible bodies, well-developed night vision, and smell sense, also they are well known for their quick reflexes.


They share some behavior similarities with their family relatives such as scent, pouncing, prey stalking, and urine marking. Cats are also considered impressive jumpers, actually, they can jump 5X their own height.


Humans and cats have had a strong relationship over history, cats tend to live where ever humans live. 

They are one of the oldest domesticated animals, french archaeologists discovered a cat that was domesticated in Cyprus 9,500 years ago, which is over 4,000 before cats were domesticated by Egyptians.


Depending on their breed, cats can weigh between 5 pounds (2.2 kg) and 25 pounds (11 kg), you can consider 10 pounds (4-4.5 kg) as an ideal weight. 

The cat’s weight depends also on the gender, females ideally weigh 8 to 12 pounds, while males weigh 11 to 15.

For the size, most cats have a height of 8-10 inches (23-25 cm) at the shoulders.

The world’s longest domesticated cat ever was from the Maine Coon breed, the cat was called Stewie, and it had a measure 48.5 inches (123 cm), the longest cat record is saved for a cat named Arcturus that was confirmed by the Guinness World Record as the tallest domestic cat with a length of 19.05 in (48.4 cm) and weighs about 30 pounds (13.6 Kg). 


Footage details: Cat green screen footage

An orange tabby cat meowing facing left. You can use this clip as a simulation of domestic life and the human-cat relationship. The cat footage was shot using a green background in our GreenScreen Animals studios, with a high-end RED camera at 23.98 @ 60 fps. The clip is ready for production purposes and comes with prep-ready resolutions: 1080, 2K, 3K, and 4K. 

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Orange tabby cat meowing

Orange tabby cat facing left


If you’re looking for similar cat green screen footage, take a look at these:

Video of a grey-striped cat running across left to right

Grey striped cat running across left to right

Video of a grey striped cat standing up on the bar and reaching up with paws

Grey striped cat standing up on bar and reaching up with paws


Video of grey striped cat close up facing forward looking around

Grey striped cat close up facing forward looking around


Video of a grey cat crossing right to left

Grey cat crossing right to left

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