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The 31-year-old woman sustained several injuries on her legs and arms, including a nicked artery. She was taken to a local hospital for treatment, while her pet poodle, which was also wounded in the cat attack, was separately transported to a veterinarian clinic.
Domestic house cats, it seems, may be alien sentinels—sent to spy on us and report their findings back to the mother ship. Or, as some theorists have put it, they’re like alien camcorders tracking our every move.
Are Cats Spies Sent by Aliens?
If you suspect that your cat may be from another planet, ask yourself these questions:
- Do you sometimes wake in the night to find your cat fighting with extraterrestrial beings from another dimension that no one but the cat can see?
- Does your cat often simulate life in an anti-gravity environment by rolling on his back to look at you upside down, or stretch into peculiar ballet positions in your arms? Does your cat pretzel into strange sleeping postures that suggest she has undergone extensive astronaut training?
- Does your cat try to communicate with extraterrestrials by meowing at the TV, sitting on short-wave radios, lying on the computer monitor, or in any way attempting to serve as an antenna for a piece of consumer electronics?
- Does your cat stare at walls for hours as if receiving radio messages from the mothership through the plasterboard?
- Does your cat meticulously push the sand around in her litterbox so that it looks crater-pocked like the lunar surface?
- Does your cat's style of communicating with your computer seem more advanced than your own? For instance, does the cat sit on the monitor and look at it upside-down, or lay on the keyboard until the computer won't stop beeping?
- Does your cat seem more intelligent than you are sometimes -- and superior to you as well?
Originally posted by rickymouse
Our outside male cat attacked a Buck that was in the yard. He was stuck to his head between the antlers. The buck shook wildly and he flew off but got right back in his face again. The buck shook him off again and ran aside, this happened right in front of the does. My wife and daughter were watching also how humiliated he must have felt, I wonder what the does were thinking about him.
Originally posted by Shiloh7
Old bankers that Karma finally caught up with.
I've seen domesticated cats sitting together under a street light once but never something like this. At one time, through family moves etc we had 5 cats for a short while and never felt threatened whatsoever. Animals respond to how you treat them. Remember the French eat snails and frogs legs so perhaps the cats felt threatened.