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drop one off the top of a building see if it lands on its feet
Haha. Same here. I would go drop a cat off the roof, but mom wouldn't let me.
Apparently cats don't have shoulder blades so they can twist their spine almost right round.
The process that enables a cat to rotate its body during a fall and land on its feet is known as the “air righting reflex” and almost always occurs in all normal cats.
Aww that's terrible. Did this same cat fall over often even on the ground, or off furniture?
He would walk along a ledge and just keep on walking when the ledge was finishedHe would bump into things when in one of his 'absent minded' momentshe would sit up and just stare into space often for minutes at a time
that sounds an aweful lot like you're describing me!...except for the "he" part.
Quote from: SquarishTrianglethat sounds an aweful lot like you're describing me!...except for the "he" part. You mean ..............(since you did not copy over the last symtpom) you don't lick your paws then? Hmmmm - you're certainly not suffering from 'end of the line when brains got handed out' like my cat; *that* much I can tell you for certain.A set of glasses might help perhaps?? I often wondered about that with dubdub (the cat). How would one know if a cat needed glasses and would there be such a thing?
Float toxotopic float! http://prometheus.med.utah.edu/~bwjones/C1276349108/E20070102093914/Media/Crazy%20cat.jpg
Hmmmm - you're certainly not suffering from 'end of the line when brains got handed out' like my cat; *that* much I can tell you for certain.
I do manage to avoid the temptation of licking my paws.