Is your cat an alien?

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Well-known member
Jan 20, 2007
LaRue, Ohio
SD- confirms one of my greatest fears!


Is Your Cat An Alien?

Have you ever suspected that your cat may be from another planet?

Do you sometimes wake in the night to find your cat standing on top of you, peering into your face, as if poised to perform some diabolical extraterrestrial experiment? When you feed your cat, does he or she look up at you skeptically as if to say, "My rations in the space pod were much better than this". If so, your cat may be from outer space.

Many people live with cats from outer space. They may not realize it for years. Then one day, they're reading the Weekly World News and they notice that the pictured space aliens bear remarkable similarity to the moony-eyed, potbellied feline enigma crunched on their lap. Reading further, they begin to suspect that their own cat may be involved in the alien abductions. They consider bringing it up with the cat, but fear that they themselves may end up rocketing across the galaxy on a spaceship full of cats, an empty bag of kibble stuffed in their mouth.

How to Tell If Your Cat Is from Outer Space

If you suspect that your cat may be from another planet, ask yourself these questions:

Do you sometimes wake in the night to find your cat fighting with extraterrestrial beings from another dimension that no one but the cat can see?

Does your cat often simulate life in an anti-gravity environment by rolling on his back to look at you upside down, or stretch into peculiar ballet positions in your arms? Does your cat pretzel into strange sleeping postures that suggest she has undergone extensive astronaut training?

Does your cat try to communicate with extraterrestrials by meowing at the TV, sitting on short-wave radios, lying on the computer monitor, or in any way attempting to serve as an antenna for a piece of consumer electronics?

Does your cat stare at walls for hours as if receiving radio messages from the mothership through the plasterboard?

Does your cat respond to the phrase "Beam me up!"....? Does your cat respond to anything in Klingon?

Does your cat meticulously push the sand around in her litterbox so that it looks crater-pocked like the lunar surface?

Does your cat's style of communicating with your computer seem more advanced than your own? For instance, does the cat sit on the monitor and look at it upside-down, or lay on the keyboard until the computer won't stop beeping?

Does your cat seem more intelligent than you are sometimes -- and superior to you as well?
If you've answered "yes" to any of the above, your cat may be a visitor on earth, sneakily gathering reconnaissance information to aid his race in their plan to conquer human civilization and blanket the earth with carpet-covered kitty condos. Whatever you do, don't give him directions to the carpet store.

What Cats From Outer-Space Look Like

Cats from outer-space look very much like ordinary cats. They have four feet, a tail, whiskers, ears that swivel side to side to pick up sounds from deep space, and eyes that look at you as if they can't believe how dumb you are. In addition, they are remarkably adept at getting you to do things that you wouldn't ordinarily do like pulling yourself out of bed at 3 a.m. to freshen the bowl of liver bits, or opening the back door a dozen times in less than an hour to let the cat in and out.

What To Feed Cats From Outer Space

Nothing that you feed your cat from outer space will be as good as what they ate on their home planet -- and they will remind you of this frequently. So don't even try to placate them.

Special Care Tips For Cats From Other Planets

Remember that sometimes your cat will slip into an alternate universe in which he will confuse you for a giant spaceship vending machine -- one that he needs merely to stand in front of meowing in order to elicit bowls of tuna and bits of cheese. Depending upon what corner of the galaxy your cat harkens from, he may confuse you for a robot instead -- one that he must repeatedly trip in order to procure treats and transport from.

How Cats From Outer Space Differ From Cats Who've Been Abducted By Aliens

Finally, you should not confuse cats from outer space with those who've been abducted by aliens. While the two kinds of cats are similar in many ways, cats who've been abducted by aliens like to run through the house crazily at night, jumping over furniture and scooting behind potted plants, re-enacting their escape from green men in saucer-shaped ships.

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Show Dad

Well-known member
Jul 7, 2007
1 AU from a G2 yellow dwarf star
From my time infiltrating the alien population I did notice all had cats.

You can tell the alien cats from you everyday house cat by feeding them catnip. Earth cats go bonkers from the stuff while alien cats won't touch the stuff. They're to sophisticated!