You won’t believe these 10 crazy facts about secret life of your pets

A scene from "The Secret Life of Pets." (Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures)

A scene from “The Secret Life of Pets.” (Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures)

“The Secret Life of Pets” is out to somewhat mixed reviews. It might make pet owners and non-pet owners wonder about animals and their behaviors.

Here are some not-so-secret, but still interesting, facts about the lives of pets:

1. Dogs tilt their heads when something catches their interest and they want to hear it well.

2. A garter snake is prolific: It can give birth to 85 babies.

3. Cats knead (or press) their paws when they are content.

4. Iguanas can hold their breath for up to a half-hour.

5. Rabbits bite or dig at your feet when they want your attention or when they want you to move out of their way.

6. Dog urine is dangerous: It’s been known to corrode metals.

7. Ferrets like chasing games.

8. A goldfish can live a long life: Up to 40 years.

9. Guinea pigs toss their heads up in the air when they are annoyed at being petted.

10. An adult cat is Olympic-worthy: It can run up to 12 miles per hour and sprint at about 30 miles per hour.

Sources: Internet sites

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