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Cats Are Awesome 2013 – Funny Cats Compilation

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  1. If you want to get creative, obsess over literally any other animal in the
    whole world. Because while me hating cats is an opinion, it’s a fact that
    cats suck. Here’s why.

    1. The reason you even like cats in the first place is because of a
    parasite in your brain

    Your brain is home to millions of protozoa, but one in particular, called
    Toxoplasma gondii, manipulates your behavior to force you to like cats.

    This parasite, which lives in 30 to 50 percent of the world’s human brains,
    can only reproduce in the digestive tracts of cats. And, like many living
    things, it wants to continue surviving, so it has to continue reproducing.
    But if it lives in human brains, how can it reproduce? Enter cats.

    Scientists studied the behavior of T. gondii in the brain of a rodent, an
    animal normally petrified by cats, and uncovered extraordinary results.

    T. gondii manipulated a rodent’s brain to remove the rodent’s fear of cats,
    slow the rodent’s reaction time, and made the rodent attracted to the smell
    of cat piss. Now, the newly-brave, manipulated rat thinks it can befriend
    its mortal enemy, and it can’t. The rat still gets eaten.

    As Vice put it:

    “The fact that a parasite has learned to sneak into brains, hack some
    biochemical wiring, and effectively reverse a deep-seated, primordial fear
    that’s been beaten into the inherited psyche of every living rodent is, in
    a word, bonkers.”

    Yes. Yes it is. And T. gondii does the same to you. It deludes you into
    loving cats.

    2. Cats who cuddle with you don’t actually love you

    You might think your cat is your only friend while you’re alone on a
    Saturday night watching Netflix, but he actually likes you as much as every
    crush you’ve ever had does: not at all.

    Your cat rubbing up against you has nothing to do with his affection for
    you. Cats have a great sense of smell, so your cat is secreting his scent
    onto you so no other cats will come near you.

    When he snuggles his body against yours, all he’s saying is that he owns
    you. You are his property. His minion.

    Your relationship is emotionally abusive, and you didn’t even know it.

    3. The way cats do show their love is really creepy

    OK, sure, cats can love you. But they let you know by giving you a blank
    stare, and then blinking at you. That’s it. That’s affection.

    The “kitty kiss” relays certain information about how the cat is feeling.
    If the cat blinks at you, it’s a good thing, but if he doesn’t, he’s
    asserting his dominance and potentially feeling aggressive. If the cat
    stares at you for too long, he’s telling you to go away.

    All of these subtle movements could be hard to catch if you’re not watching
    closely enough — which you can’t do because staring in a cat’s eyes for too
    long could prompt an attack.

    Such mixed signals.

    4. If you are alone with your cat and you die, he will eat you immediately

    After a Romanian woman died in 2008, her cat ate her entire corpse.

    People who live alone and own a cat, beware: If you die by yourself in your
    house, nobody will know right away, so your body will stay there for
    several days. Because you are no longer alive, nobody will be around to
    feed your cat. He will go hungry.

    According to a phenomenon called “postmortem predation,” a cat will eat
    your dead body one or two days after you die. It doesn’t matter how great
    of an owner you were. You are now food.

    Studies have shown that a dog struck with this phenomenon will at least
    wait a while before attacking your corpse, so it’s possible that someone
    will have found you by the time the dog realizes he’s starving.

    But your cat? He’s an impatient, merciless savage. Don’t feel so safe
    living alone with your cat now, huh?

    

  2. I totaly loveeeeed cats. Can you people keep an eye out for mine. He went
    missing:'( he’s a black cat just saying and has bald spot on his shoulder.
    I really miss him:-[ 

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