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17 Jun 2003
If you throw a cat out a window, will it REALLY land on it's feet?

I'm serious, I want to know. If my cat was to leap out the window right this very second, would I have to worry about it's safety? Or would I be able to keep right on typing?

Not that I'm in any way suggesting anyone go out and throw a cat out a window; if you did I'd hope you fall right out after it. But how can we really know for sure? How was it first discovered that cats land on their feet after falling a great distance? Did some crazy scientist get mad at his cat and one day just deside to chuck the poor thing out a window? Or did a cat drink some of it's owner's wine, get really drunk and just sort of... fall?

If anyone has any information or speculations about how this was discovered, or if you know whether or not cats land on their feet, please let me know. This is a question that's been bothering me for ages.
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