From Different Worlds

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4 Responses to From Different Worlds

  1. Machtyn says:

    That cat has had too many already if it hears a play toy mouse speaking to it…

  2. willwot says:

    Catnip lawyer’s pickup lines pale in compare with Timmy Tofu, but he gets far better results.

  3. Anoymous says:

    Purring, in some cases, also seems to mean something different than what you imagine. As part of 2009 study, researchers at the University of Sussex recorded the purring sounds made by 10 different cats in two types of situations: when they wanted food, and when they didn’t.

    As it turned out, the food-related purrs were noticeably different: the otherwise low-toned noises had a spike in the 220 to 520-hertz frequency, which is similar to a baby’s cry. Human study participants also rated these purrs as more urgent and less pleasant.

    What may be going on, the researchers concluded, is that cats have figured out how to purr in a way that triggers humans’ parenting instincts. They don’t always purr this way, but they do so when they want food, because they know it’ll get results.

    Uh oh…

  4. Gravier says:

    Beginner’s mistake. Offering a drink to someone whose glass is almost full… Tsk tsk.

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