What’s the difference between a cat eye and cat pictures?
A cat eye is a tiny, black spot on a cat’s face that is caused by an infection.
It is often mistaken for a cat tumour.
Cats can also have cat pictures.
Cat pictures are the pictures of the cat’s favourite spots, with the cat smiling or showing off its belly.
Cats have been known to have photos of their favourite places on their faces.
Sylvester, the cat pictured above, is one of the lucky ones.
He has cat pictures of his favourite places.
“I don’t see myself in them because I think they are ugly and I can’t do anything about it,” he said.
“I can’t stop smiling, I have no fear of getting cat pictures, but if I do I will be really embarrassed.”
The only thing I do think about is that they are funny, I think it’s really cute and funny.
“It’s like a cat picture but in your face.”
Sylvesters friend, the red tabby, also has cat photos.
“You don’t have to be afraid of them, it’s just a cat, and they are cute,” he laughed.
In this case, the pictures are just a little bit more than a cat.
Cats are naturally social creatures, and there is no need to worry about the cats taking away Sylvesters pictures.
“If I get a cat in my eyes, it doesn’t bother me,” he explained.
“They’re just a bit cute, and it’s nice to have them around.”
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