HUMOUR

Is Your Cat Actually Evil?

Yes it is. And this is why.

A tabby cat stares at the camera with yellow-green eyes and an expression of low-grade malevolence.
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No-one really knows why cats purr.

Humans usually take it as a sign of contentment. This is, naturally, what they want you to think, but scientifically speaking we’re just not sure.

More importantly, its also not definitively known how they purr. While science and technology built the…

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is a writer and novelist. She’s not particularly successful in either field yet, but to her credit she keeps trying. @michelletuxf0rd

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Michelle Tuxford

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is a writer and novelist. She’s not particularly successful in either field yet, but to her credit she keeps trying. @michelletuxf0rd

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