Cats have a remarkable memory and can remember both positive and negative experiences for a long time.
Cats have a strong associative memory, which means they can remember things based on the context in which they occurred.
Cats can remember people, places, and things that they associate with positive experiences, such as treats or playtime.
Cats can also remember negative experiences, such as being scared or hurt, and may avoid those situations in the future.
Cats have a spatial memory, which means they can remember the layout of their environment and navigate it with ease.
Cats can remember the location of their litter box, food, and water bowls, and favorite sleeping spots.
Cats can also remember the voices and scents of their owners and other familiar people.
Cats can remember the scents of other cats and animals, which can help them identify potential threats or prey.
Cats have a long-term memory and can remember things for years, which is why they may still remember and react to a traumatic experience from their past.