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Friday, February 14, 2020

Poetry in motion - the cat walk

This is the cat walk. Watch the purrfect co-ordination of our four legs. We walk on our toes. We move both legs on one side of the body before the legs on the other side. 
But the legs on either side do not hit the ground at the same time, so that most of the time three legs are still on the ground. So our gait is both fluid and stable.
Unlike the ungainly two legged gait of humans. As a famous human writer admitted "Four legs good: two legs bad."
As for their feet.... almost useless toes on a flattened large pad. Pathetic.


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2 comments:

  1. To have cat-like grace is something humans have desired for centuries.

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  2. CAT VictoriaFebruary 17, 2020

    Exactly! Catscue Cat Mom is right! We are Royalty! Grace & graciousness comes naturally to us!
    Humans try to copycat us ....just look at any fashion show! It must be a reason they call it "cat walk"! Humans are such a joke!
    CAT Victoria

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