Sunday, June 07, 2009

Cat myth, or fact?

There is a myth that if a cat can get his head through an opening, he can get his entire body through the opening. That, however, does not apply to a fat cat. Or does it?


-- Badtux the Amused Penguin


  1. This cat is a trip. I've seen eight or nine clips of Maru so far...

  2. Maru isn't fat. Just a little big boned is all. Now I've spent way to much time watching all the clips there.

  3. That is great...see, who says cats don't indulge in "rebirthing" therapy!

  4. True! Cat's shoulders are compressable, so if their head gets in, so can their body. Fat is squishy, as we all know :(


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