Don't know if cats go to heaven, but this one appears to ferry people across the Styx:
Funny/creepy... maybe he's killing them. I saw that Tales from the Darkside segment.
The thought had crossed my mind. Maybe everyone whose death he "predicted" was actually really, really allergic to cats.
That is some crazy shit. If I saw the cat I'd be like, get away, shoo. It's like in Family Guy where they had to try and hold up the grim reaper. Cats often know when they are going to die though, they run off somewhere. I think animals are more in tune with their 6th sense than humans are. We are always trying to reason through things using science, etc, which I don't think can explain any of it.
I liked the line toward the end where it was theorized that he may just be taking advantage of the warmth generated by the electric blankets that are used to cover the dying in their final hours. This strikes me as a very cat-like thing to do. "You want some comfort in your final hours? Well, what's in it for me?"
In a hospice, how would they fine the electric blanket out of all those rooms, raised above the ground on a bed? I'm sure there are many places to roam around and a bunch of cat naps to be taken. I'm still impressed and creeped out by this kitty.
Death cat now the subject of an upcoming book!
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