Q: What is the most appropriate measure of length for a cat?

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you answer it in inches not feet because feet is a lot and inches is enough for a long cat and small cat don't you think

The length of a cat; the width of my shoulders; the distance between me and the steering wheel; the length of a normal pace.

It all depends on what kind of cat it is. If your cat had really short legs, there is a possibility that it could be a munchkin. A cats legs can be any type of length. There as so many different kinds of cats out there, it really doesn't matter what length the legs are.

It really depends on how big the cat is. the most logical one you could weigh it in is lbs. or ounces

the cat was as quiet as a ninja

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feet

To estimate the length of a cat's body without the use of a ruler to measure, use an object that an estimate measurement is known to estimate the length of the cat.

A naked cat

kilograms

No, you would measure cows in pounds.

To estimate length without a ruler, it is best to compare it to something else. For instance, a person's thumb typically measures around two inches from the tip of the nail to the place where it attaches to the rest of the hand. That might be a good tool one could use for measuring.

Kilograms (kg) or pounds (lbs) are the most common units used to weight a cat.

That depend what aspect of the cat you want to measure - its length, mass, etc.

A Tom Cat.

use a tapemeasure and start at the nose and go to the tip of it's tail for it's full length

Centimetres.

Centimetres. A metrestick to measure the cats length but a cat is not going to take kindly to being measured. So among the tools you may wish to consider a tranquiliser.