|EVERYBODY RUN IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD!|
What?! Cat, are you serious? It's the end of the world?!
|I can confirm. I can SEE the BOTTOM of the bowl. APOCALYPSE!|
BUT I'M TOO YOUNG TO DIE. There's so many things I haven't seen, things I haven't done yet! I was going to get married in the summer, and have kids, and, and--
|What? No! I wasn't serious. Don't listen to him!|
Oh, good. See, I was worried there. It's one thing if an ancient calendar says the world is ending. It's another thing entirely if a cat says the world is ending.
Fun fact time: many animals are sensitive to subtle signs that disaster is approaching. Changes in air pressure and water pressure, for example, can trigger an instinct to get out or get down and weather the storm. Not everyone agrees on the extent to which animals, like cats, can "predict" disaster, but given their remarkable senses, it makes sense that they would pick up on signals from nature that humans just tune out. Interesting!
Have you ever noticed your cat acting funny before a storm or natural disaster? Comments are always welcome and much appreciated!
From my kitties to you, hope your "last day" is a great one!