We have 32 muscles in our ears (you humans have only 12). This gives us superb mobility in our ears, so we hear you opening of the tin of cat food from the other end of the house.
You know about the reflective layer in our eyes of course, ( tapetum lucidum), which magnifies incoming light, and lets us see up to 6 times better than you can in low light. Beats me how you people can manage to get around at all.
The texture of food is more important to us than taste, aniother reason to be fussy about our food. Variety is indeed the spice of life (without the spices, thanks)
Our whiskers are attached to nerve cells and we use them to judge the size of openings as well as giving us information about everything we touch. We can feel shifts in air pressure as well.