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Answered Nov 21, 2019
Most domestic cats can naturally jump up to six times higher than their height. Sometimes when cats leap, they look as though they are floating. They also always seem to make a graceful landing. On the other hand, dogs cannot achieve this because of the way they are shaped.
They can't leap as high as cats because dogs do not possess the feline's ability to land on the ground successfully. Cats can twist in the air while falling to land on their feet and avoid injury. On average, most cats can jump as high as 72 inches, while dogs can usually jump up to 68 inches.