posted on Jun, 11 2012 @ 12:34 AM
Ya, I'm pretty sure that if the cat is in that hole, you don't want to find him.
I don't know which is more intriguing...The fact that he automatically assumed it was alien, or the fact that he named his cat Murlimann...Let this
be an example to all of you out there that automatically assume something unusual to be alien in origin. And there are many of you out there.
I wonder if he had found the cat before he lowered the magnet into the hole. I bet he was wishing his cat was magnetic if he hadn't, since that would
have made scouring the hole easier. And to top it all off, the cat was in the cupboard. Cats don't belong in cupboards, but they pretty much can end
up anywhere. And I do mean anywhere. Whenever I can't find my kitty, who stays inside, I automatically look in one of two places...behind the shower
curtain in the bathtub, or in the cabinet under the sink.
She curls up her paw and opens cabinets and then pokes around in there for whatever reason. At night I will hear this constant banging, and thinking I
have a ghost, I get up to see her trying to get in the cabinet, but she loses her grip and can't open it all the way most of the time, so it slams