Manipulating Reality: Mandela Effect Twilight Zone Causes Cats to Grow Wings
We all know that cats can be pretty adorable animals. These intelligent, furry animals are thought to be the perfect pet for those who want a true companion. However, in recent years, something really strange has been happening to them in China: many have started to grow a couple of limbs that look like wings on each side of their bodies.
A report published on British newspaper The Telegraph says that this situation developed a few years ago, during a period of hot weather in the Asian country. “Although the growths appear fluffy, they contain bone. But veterinary experts say that despite the hard inner core, the flaps do not harm the cat's quality of life or safety”, the article states. “At first they were just two bumps, but they started to grow quickly, and after a month there were two wings”, affirmed a cat owner called Feng to The Telegraph.
Some scientists have expressed that “in fact, the hairy growths probably developed because of unusual grooming habits, a genetic defect or a hereditary skin condition”. However, conspiracy theorists suggest a darker theory: cats could be related to alien activity –more specifically, they could be “alien camcorders tracking our every move”.
Another article published on online news site Motherboard.com explains that “domestic house cats, it seems, may be alien sentinels—sent to spy on us and report their findings back to the mother ship”.
The note mentions a list of characteristics that allegedly link cats to extraterrestrial activity. For example, in Ancient Egypt, they were worshipped as “a gift from the Gods”. “Cats were beloved as pets; they were mourned like family members when they died; they were embalmed and buried with varying degrees of pomp according to its owner's wealth; cat cemeteries were plotted along the banks of the Nile; the penalty for killing a cat was death”, the writing asserts. “Some of the Egyptian gods were cats, like Bastet, the goddess of joy and love. One ancient Egyptian papyrus depicts Ra, the sun god, as a knife-wielding cat with spots”, it continues.
Additionally, another element to be considered is that “If you hold a cat's ears back and describe what you see, it is a perfect match to the classic "grey alien," with its almond-shaped eyes, small mouth, and small nose”.
“Our conspiracy theory friends are correct that this is creepy, indeed”, the report from Motherboard says.
Draw your own conclusions…
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