Friday, September 18, 2009

The Difference Between Cats and Humans


One of the differences between cats and humans is in the way they solve a problem.
For example, lets take a simple problem, getting from point A to point B.   Frequently there's lots of different ways to get from one point to another, and a straight line is not always the easiest or more efficient.  Sometimes the best roads go around the mountain, not over it.   As humans, we'd analyze our options, perhaps very quickly, but we'd do it, and make a decision base on whatever parameter was most important to us.  It could be speed, distance, safety, who knows.
Cats on the other hand, will walk right across your face in the middle of the night when you're trying to sleep.
That's right Snowchief, I'm talking about you.

5 comments:

Daisy said...

Ha! I'm with you, Snowchief.

Junk Drawer Kathy said...

Snowchief is so smart. One of my cats doesn't actually walk over me, but I think it's because she knows she weighs 18 lbs and might actually kill me.

A Valdese Blogger said...

Daisy: Oh you crazy cats!

JDK: You must've got one of the GOOD cats.

linlah said...

So do three legged hamsters.

A Valdese Blogger said...

linlah: Never had a 3 legged hamster - but I can see it.