Cat thinkies—the face-blind dilemma
Ursula the cat was thrilled when she realised that she was face-blind. Due to a feline neurological anomaly she’s good with feet but bad with faces. By the way, I just noticed two tiny thought bubbles arising from her belly. I sense an exciting scientific breakthrough: is prosopagnosia associated with activity in the mitochondria? Or did the photo editor bumble? Ideas?
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I don’t know if I can comment. I can’t Like this, but I do.
I may not know you, but I have hopes of food nonetheless.
Gorgeous! Thank you Elizabeth, my catgut-interpreter!
And by the way your comment gave me a belly laugh.
I can see little bubbles coming from your belly.