The catlike eye structure has the cornea, the focal point, the retina, the iris, and the tapetum lucidum. The tapetum lucidum is a layer of mirror-like cells that reflect little measure of light, helping a feline to see. This is the reason a feline just needs 1/6 of the light that an individual needs to see plainly. In any case, felines can’t find in complete obscurity. They likewise have a third eyelid known as the haw to secure their eyes. A feline’s student is curved to help control the amount of light that enters. In semi-murkiness, their understudies enlarge and become immaculately round. A feline’s student can enlarge multiple times more than that of a person.