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White eyeshine occurs in many fish, especially walleye; blue eyeshine occurs in many mammals such as horses; yellow eyeshine occurs in mammals such as cats, dogs, and raccoons; and red eyeshine occurs in rodents, opossums and birds.
Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
reply to post by Vanitas
Cats with blue eyes - such as siamese, for example - reflect red. Same with dogs who have pale eyes.
Or it could have been a European Chupacabra / Mothman hybrid.
Originally posted by Vanitas
Well yes... but have you ever seen a cat with RED eyes?
It's NOT a rhetorical question; it's just that I haven't.
I am sure - well, almost - that it WAS a cat. But I am sure it wasn't healthy, the poor thing.
No. No cat has ever exhibited psychic abilities, and neither has any dog. No human has either, for that matter.