August 24, 2012
Why cats always land on their feet
[via Paul Biba, Richard Kashdan, and a member of my crack Pittsburgh correspondent team who prefers to remain under the radar. Of interest is that each of the three gentlemen who forwarded the video to me happened on it at different sites: The Scholarly Kitchen, The Daily Irrelevant, and Mental Floss, respectively.]
August 24, 2012 at 04:31 PM | Permalink
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When dropped, buttered toast will land messy side on the floor.
A cat will land on its feet.
So, what happens if you attach buttered toast with the dry side to a kitties back, then drop them?
While in free fall, the cat will eat the toast than land on its feet.
Posted by: itsrichard | Aug 26, 2012 4:08:00 PM
Now that's done, why not put it to practical use? http://youtu.be/jk3xBhqcjqY
Posted by: Scott | Aug 26, 2012 7:14:36 AM
Okay! Now that we know that, we don't need to do that anymore, do we? Do we?
Posted by: Becs | Aug 25, 2012 6:51:45 AM
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