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My old cat, Never landed on her feet regaurdles of height and was constanyly landing on her hips which in the end were a great source of pain for her. She was contantly scaling a ladder or trying to sleep high up on hand rail to the barn etc, She was such a duffus! I loved her. I never seen her ever land on her feet onc. once i tried to let her down from about bed height, s not good. her hip took most of the fall and I felt horrible. Poor girl just never was a graceful Cat! I agree that most do, but certainly not all!
What would happen if you tied 2 cats back-to-back and dropped them out of a window?
What would happen if you tied 2 cats back-to-back and dropped them out of a window? 
This is Bob. He's a 20 pound bob tail cat. He's not feeling well here, so he's being treated like a king. Sadly, Bob fell off of a shelf and did not land on his feet. He landed on the dogs and they had a good time with him. He managed to escape and now is doing much better after a trip to the kitty doctor.
What would happen if you attach a piece of bread butter side up onto the back of cat and then turned cat upside down and let it go about three feet off the ground ?LOL....I thought that before pressing ' POST ' I should take a look and I found this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buttered_cat_paradox
Cats do it exactly like how you are taught in all 'marshal arts, boxing etc'. There you will learn to never take your eyes off your 'objective'.They will turn their heads first, and then their body will follow.
Some cats with spinal problems cannot do the full twist that it requires to flip.
beautiful cat Mr Dent:)And a nice shot.
LOL....I thought that before pressing ' POST ' I should take a look and I found this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buttered_cat_paradox