The cheetah's nervous sytem is located in the front of their head. The central nervous system is where the sensory details are located and information is processed. This mainly is located in the meninges which has the brain and spinal chord in the system.
Cerebrum- The main portion of the brain, occupying the front part of the cranial cavity. It has two cerebral hemispheres united by the corpus callosum.It controls and integrates motor, sensory, and higher mental functions, such as thought, reason, emotion, and memory. Cerebellum- The part of the brain at the back of the skull. Its function is to coordinate and regulate muscular activity. Olfactory Bulb- The anterior and slightly enlarged end of the olfactory tract( just above the nasal cavity), from which the cranial nerves concerned with the sense of smell originate. Optic Lobe - Either of two lobes of the dorsal part of the midbrain, containing primary visual centers. Medulla Oblongata- The base of the brain, which is formed by the enlarged top of the spinal cord. The medulla oblongata directly controls breathing, blood flow, and other essential functions. Spinal Cord- The major column of nerve tissue that is connected to the brain and lies within the vertebral canal and from which the spinal nerves emerge. The spinal cord along with the brain, constitute the central nervous system. The spinal cord consists of nerve fibers that transmit impulses to and from the brain. Senses: Cheetahs do not roar like lions and tigers. Instead, they make chirping sounds and hiss when angered or threatened. When alarmed, they whine or growl. They purr loudly when content. They do not roar. The cats have a good sense of smell and communicate by scenting tree trunks, bushes and termite mounds with their waste. http://cheetahschaller.blogspot.com/2012/04/nervous-system-cheetahs-nervous-sytem.html