Des (deskitty) wrote,

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I have determined that cats are not, in fact, a liquid. They are a gas.

Cats have the capacity to squeeze through very tight spaces, such as the window cracked open a couple inches for ventilation, and the ability to expand themselves to cover all available sunlight on the living room floor.

Compared to gases, liquids aren't particularly compressible. Cats have a wider compression range than most liquids. Thus, cats must be gases.

-- Des

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