A cat’s brain is more complex than a dog’s brain. Cats brains are small, accounting for just 0.9 percent of their body mass. According to Psychology Today, “the brains of cats have an amazing surface folding and a structure that is about 90 percent similar to ours.”
The cerebral cortex—the part of the brain that’s responsible for cognitive information processing it was proved to be more complex in cats than in dogs. Cats have 300 million neurons, dogs have 160 million neurons.
Cat owners might know that their cats are very intelligent!