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Anterior portion of the body containing the main sensory organs and the brain.
Short round front part of the head with whiskers; it has a highly developed tactile and olfactory function.
Terminal end of the muzzle bearing the nostrils made of strong damp tissue; it has an olfactory and respiratory function.
Central opening of the eye where light enters; it is particularly well adapted to the dark.
Hairs implanted on the free edge of the eyelid preventing dust and other particles from landing on the eye.
Movable muscular part forming the contour of the mouth; a cat has two upper lips lined with whiskers.
Extremely sensitive long stiff hairs (vibrissae) located on the muzzle having a tactile function.
Thin muscular membrane extending sideways from the inside corner of the eye to protect and moisten it.
Thin muscular membrane that is translucent and movable; it rises from the lower edge of the eye to protect and cleanse it.
Thin muscular membrane lowering from the upper edge of the eye to protect and clean it.
Highly sensitive long stiff hairs located above the eyes and having a tactile function.