I think that if this is true, it's because of the cats good hearing. I think they can just hear the water swirling when a tsunami is about to start, or the thunder when a storm is coming. Or maybe it really is just a gut instinct.
I dont think so becasue in the passage, it said that it wasn't scientificly prooven that cats could predict the weather. No one goes around watching cats to tell the weather so i personally dont believe it
I have heard that animals can do that before but never put real thought into it. I am not sure. I think that if the book is true that we found that the cats have a good chance of predicting the weather more accurately. It would be interesting to test these hypothesis's and see what the outcome would be.
This article makes me wonder what the science is behind sensing the weather. Why do they do it anyways? Are they trying to protect us? Warn us? they are DEFINITELY more in tune with mother nature than us. they can tell what the weather will be where as we have to turn on the TV and listen to the weather man blab on about what the weather will be.