the ability to mesmerize human beings with a mere stare, turning us into nothing more than
living automatons, willing to do their biddings at the slightest flick of their feline tail?
This is not a scary story about cats, so, don’t you start looking over your shoulders and getting jumpy just yet. What’s so odd about an animal who has the ability to run across a fence less than half a centimeter wide, jump three feet straight into the air from a resting position or swat a sweet little mouse around as if it were a dollar store toy?
Really, what could be strange about an animal that cries like a human baby, in the middle of the night, attempting to lure our pathetic butts outside so it can take over our homes? Nothing, right? No, there’s nothing weird about that at all.
And what about that 'nine lives' folklore? Humans barely get one full life and they get nine? Where’s the justice in that? This is not a scary story about cats, but maybe it ought to be