Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Cats

 

Have you wondered how the cat gets it right every time? Here's a possible solution. Cats see things in slow motion because their brain to eye balls connections are superior to ours so although we are moving the cups fast the cat is seeing it in slow motion and therefore able to follow which cup has the ball underneath it.

Either that, or this is a trick picture. I'll leave you to work out which. But take it from me. Cats and dogs, and flies DO SEE in slow motion. That's why a fly will fly away as soon as your hand gets near it. Same applies for a mosquito. Many creatures see things in slow motion.

Dogs do not see in colour but in black and white. That is why a dog will not chase a black cat at night, because he can't see it at night in the dark; and also because it is bad luck.

If a black cat crosses your path when you are walking it is because it is going somewhere. That's why it is bad luck to walk under a black cat.

All this is true because I read it in a book which I am currently writing.

Now look at this next picture.

You might think this cat is clever but I can tell you that he is actually stupid because he does not charge the proper rate for giving massages. He does all this work for a tin of cat food and a pat on the head.

Mind you, on second thoughts, I think I too would do this for a tin of cat food and a pat on the head !!!

Now this next cat ...

I think is quite rude.

But be that as it may, if you are a cat lover, or even if you are not, then why not do yourself a favour and read ...

It's a humourous book about life with my cat.

A great Christmas present for cat lovers everywhere.

Also suitable for non-cat-lovers.

20 comments:

  1. Great post and you are obviously an expert about cats but you left out one important de"tail"...ever notice that when a dog wags their tail it is with such vigor! All over the place. But because the cat, as you so expertly have shown, sees movement in slow motion, just flick their tails here and there 🐱

    Best wishes for the sale of your book 😸
    Blessings 💮

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    1. You are right Jan. And I think the cat moves his tail in slow motion as a warning rather than to show happiness like a dog. A bit like a rattlesnake's tail moves to distract you from his head and sting. Cats are very clever and dominant.

      Thanx for you good wishes. God bless you.

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  2. Where did you find these hilarious pictures, Victor? Lol! Yes, I'll put your new book on my wish list, my friend.
    Blessings!

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    1. Thank you Martha for your support. I try as best I can to find pictures/stories to promote my books. They are good for propping up a short-legged table.

      God bless you and yours.

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    2. Martha, I forgot to post this review. You may be interested:

      http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/search/label/Victor%20S%20E%20Moubarak

      God bless.

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    3. Great review! Yes, I will definitely get this one.
      Blessings!

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    4. Thank you so much, Martha.

      God bless you always.

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  3. I'm not a 'cat person' - my eho's too fragile to handle the rejection. Still, you had me in stitches! Yes, I know of several individuals who NEED this book!

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    1. Ego, I meant. (Not even sure if I have an eho!)

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    2. I used to be a cat person, my cat changed my mind.

      You may be interested in this review:
      http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/search/label/Victor%20S%20E%20Moubarak

      God bless you, Mevely.

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  4. Our sonJK4 had a big black tom; JK4 was sick for a year, had to stay home. Age 14 is misery. We bought Scuba and he stayed with JK4 until he finished grad.school.

    Scuba ruined our new LR furniture, but we didn't really care, as long as he lay on JK4's chest and purred.

    Look forward to reading your book.

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    1. Indeed Susan. Having a pet can be a blessing. Our dog has ruined a lot of furniture and is often difficult to manage. He is a stray from a rescue centre. Yet, we put up with him and love him.

      I hope you enjoy my light-hearted book. Please let me know what you think.

      God bless you and your family.

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  5. I will have to check that one out, Victor!

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    1. Thank you Terri. I hope you enjoy it.

      God bless you.

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  6. I've been trying for years to get my cats to give me back massages. No luck.

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    1. My cat is well trained, Kathy. But stupid. He does not charge the full rate for back massages.

      God bless

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  7. CATS! No thanks--dogs for me!
    Blessings, My Friend!

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    1. I have a dog too, Lulu. He's easier to manage than a cat.

      God bless you.

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