While people enjoy what we consider to be a rich range of sounds, our everyday hearing pales in comparison to our furry or feathered friends. Able to recognize sounds far lower or higher than our ears can accommodate, many pets enjoy a world of sound we can’t even begin to appreciate.
Dogs have a much broader range of hearing than their human friends.
Cats have even broader ranges of hearing. In fact, a cat’s hearing is so sensitive it is among the best of any of the mammalian species. However, cats do not hear very low frequencies. Could that be why they seem to ignore us when we speak to them?
Click here to learn more about what your pet’s ears experience. And don’t forget to protect your own hearing from noise-induced hearing loss.
If you do have hearing loss, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let Alternative Communication Services (ACS) show you how easy it can be to make the spoken word accessible for meetings, webinars, videos, conference calls and television broadcasts.