I made some headway with Used Books, and I got an idea for a Gelotology gag this week, so here’s a strip.
Some animals are sensitive to thunderstorm conditions because it gives them frizzie hair (just like us). Also, cows graze facing the wind (maybe to catch the scent of predators?), so they can “predict” weather the way a weather vane does. There are some animals that take cover shortly before volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tornadoes, or other devastating events. These animals don’t necessarily have additional senses or even better senses than humans, just a different spectrum that they can pick up on. (Like elephants can hear particularly low frequencies but not high ones [med.stanford.edu].)