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6 Responses to “A cat video about the science of cats”

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  2. TheKaz1969 says:

    Well, this explains our cat who likes to poop in the bathtub…

  3. Ian Brewer says:

    This is great. It’s also more empirical evidence that the internet is merely a device for cats to enslave humanity.

  4. Todd Brown says:

    That’s good but cat’s do have a collarbone (clavicle) it’s just not connected to the sternum or scapulae.

  5. jujube says:

    I have a cat!

  6. Bernadette says:

    My cat leaves his poop for all to see and smell.  I guess he really does own me…

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