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Good morning......
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The little curious kitten
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You’ve probably reads those articles about how well, or rather how poorly, cats can see. Sure, their night vision is great, but during the day their world is allegedly almost monochromatic and blurry beyond 20 feet. And then they show you pictures of what they think a cat’s world looks like. I think this is a bunch of hokum.

A resident bald eagle regularly lands on top of a high-rise apartment building across the the street from us. Every time it arrives, our cat starts chittering excitedly, and fixes her gaze on the eagle, which is some 150 feet away. She’ll even go out on the balcony and spot it again, even though it hasn’t moved. She can also easily spot a hummingbird that comes to our feeder from across the room, a distance of at least 30 feet. She chitters when this happens too, but not nearly as urgently as when she sees the eagle. I’d say she has excellent vision, and those articles need some serious revising.
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This is Bella! She is the oldest out of my 3 cats.
Bella was adopted from a shelter while young like all of my cats are. She is 3 years old and a bit chubby and sassy but she adores cuddles in the morning and belly rubs when tired. She acts like a mom when ever my youngest, Brooklyn, lays down by her and cuddles her.
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Hmmmm!! Ezen el kell gondolkoznom.
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Maine Coon macska.
Tökéletes szépség.
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