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Have You Seen This? If cat looks could kill
I dont wish to reinforce the stereotype of dogs good, cats evil, but sometimes the video evidence speaks for itself. - photo by Martha Ostergar
THE LIVING ROOM Dogs are all good, cats are all evil is not a stereotype I wish to perpetuate, so bear with me.

I am an animal lover in general, but I will always say that I prefer cats over dogs. I think its because cats appeal to my introverted nature rather than any evil tendencies I have. (I mean, people dont call me Marth Vader for nothing. But I digress.)

As far as comparing introverts and cats goes, some major similarities jump out at me. We both get more uncomfortable than seems initially reasonable when our routine changes or we meet new people, we both like long stretches of quiet alone time (which may or may not involve naps) and sometimes we both dont have the words to properly convey our true feelings.

The cat in this video certainly doesnt have any words with which to say no, but it sure has a look that could dampen even the friendliest of personalities.

I dont know if these animals know each other and share their space on a regular basis, but it is obvious that the cat has clearly had enough noise and advances from a playful schnauzer. With one terrifying and unwavering look, you know this cat is d-o-n-e DONE with the dog.

Basically, if looks could kill is a phrase that could not apply more. Indeed, if I were an actor, this is the video I would study if I were playing the next Bond villain.
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