posted on 01/21/2013 12:54:32 PM PST
"A Cats 200-Mile Trek Home Leaves Scientists Guessing
Scientists don't "guess." Either they know or they don't know.
posted on 01/21/2013 12:58:04 PM PST
posted on 01/21/2013 1:00:26 PM PST
(Stupidity is not a crime, so you're free to go.)
To: Slings and Arrows
posted on 01/21/2013 1:01:23 PM PST
(Everyone complains about the weather, but only Liberals try to legislate it.)
enduring movies bump...The Incredible Journey (1963) - IMDb
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993) - IMDb www.imdb.com/title/tt0107131/
posted on 01/21/2013 1:11:17 PM PST
(who'll take tomorrow,spend it all today;who can take your income,tax it all away..0'Bozo man can :-)
That kitty cam IS awesome. Thank you for posting it.
Kitty adventures. Now we know what they might be dreaming about.
posted on 01/21/2013 1:14:53 PM PST
("I am waiting for a rebirth of wonder")
Simple, it heard the can opener.
They can be very resourceful....
posted on 01/21/2013 1:36:16 PM PST
An amazing journey. :)=^..^=
posted on 01/21/2013 1:36:17 PM PST
("Jesus talked to us as individuals"-Jim Vicevich/Thanks JimV!)
Growing up, we had neighbors who had an elderly dog named Teddy. Once on a road trip down south to visit their son, Teddy became lost. Heartbroken, the neighbors came home without Teddy. A month or so later, Teddy showed up at the neighbors’ door. Teddy was arthritic and partially blind, so his return home was considered miraculous.
I have a cat story too. When I was a kid we had a cat named snowball. We had the cat for an extended period of time and then the cat ran off and we didn’t see the cat again for years. Then, we were driving home from my grandparents (this was years later) and we actually talked about snowball on the way home. And, I kid you not, when we got home that cat was there to greet us. She only stayed for a couple days and then was gone again. But for her to show up out of the blue on the same day we talked about her was amazing.
posted on 01/21/2013 1:37:57 PM PST
(Buffalo, Detroit (and eventually France) is what you get when liberalism runs its course.)
I really believe these stories, but theyre just hard to explain, said Marc Bekoff, a behavioral ecologist at the University of Colorado. Maybe being street-smart, maybe reading animal cues, maybe being able to read cars, maybe being a good hunter. I have no data for this.
The first thing that comes to my mind is they have some sort of sense for Latitude/ Longitude. -tom
What is another amazing point about this kitty is that it was an INDOOR CAT! So not use to a feeling for the area where it would roam, as an indoor/ outdoor cat would have.
posted on 01/21/2013 8:05:50 PM PST
My aunt had a cat get out of the car in Barstow CA and months later managed to make his way back home to Manhattan Beach CA.
posted on 01/21/2013 8:18:07 PM PST
To: Theoria; Tax-chick
Pam, apparently, loves her commas.
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