So, I wake up early in the morning, sit groggily on the side of the bed a moment, and look down at the carpet. I see footprints on the carpet, toes pointed toward the bed, out from the wall. What the…? Do they really walk through walls? Seems I have proof.
I have also discovered the unique effect that closed doors have on cats (it may apply to dogs, and it also affects children, but this is a study about cats). If a door remains closed for too long a period of time, a cat-specific pressure begins to build. At first, the pressure pulls the cats to the outside of the door and causes them to emit loud noises. If you wait a bit longer, allowing the pressure to build, then open the door, all cats in the vicinity will be sucked through the door to ricochet loudly around the formerly closed up room, until the pressure equalizes again.
Gravity only applies to cats if there is no place to sit on up high, otherwise, any potential ‘up’ place will prove an irresistible force and the cat MUST get there, or possibly, explode. Pixie is the most susceptible to this force, but once she succumbs, all three are drawn upward.
Ninja LOVES Honor’s silk flower collection.
And another law of cat physics – if it can be played in, it will be played in.
So, now you know.