|"Einstein may be smarter than me, but I'm WAY cuter." -Katie|
Hi everyone, Katie here.
So I just took the What Is Your Cat's IQ test on Webvet's blog. All I can say is... IT WAS RIGGED.
And I am spitting MAD.
It started innocently enough. Kind of like those Cosmo-Are-You-Good-Girl-Hot-Or-Bad-Girl-Hot quizzes. Simple questions and multiple choice answers. Easy peasey, Japaneasy. The questions are directed to humans about their cats and believe you me, I made sure Glogirly completed every question accurately and to MY approval.
I thought I had this baby nailed.
To my horror, this was not the case. At all.
How often does your cat persuade you to get out of bed early to fix her/him breakfast?
b) Once in a while
c) Every day
My answer: a) Never. Duh.
I am smart enough to know that if I let my girl sleep as late as she likes, there is a far greater chance of scoring some salmon come feeding time. A well-rested Glogirly makes for a well-fed Katie. Is this not an excellent example of deductive reasoning?
Webvet's high scoring answer? c) Everyday.
Any cat who would answer C is just flirting with starvation.
How often do you come home from work to discover your cat has gotten into mischief while you were away?
b) Now and then
c) All the time
My answer: a) Never. DUH.
First off, I KNOW the difference between right and wrong, what's allowed and not. Sofa YES, kitchen counter NO. Second and most important to my case, I'm CERTAINLY not stupid enough to leave any evidence of wrongdoing in plain view.
Webvet's high scoring answer? c) All the time.
Any cat incapable of hiding their own mischief...well, they're not a cat. They're a DOG.
MAKING THE GRADE:
The questions go on and on. Each one a virtual land mine laying in wait.
Even the scoring is backwards.
You only get points for C answers.
B answers get you nothing.
A answers get you NEGATIVE points. Huh?
Out of 20 possible points, my score is 1. That's right, ONE.
I guess I should be happy I don't have a negative IQ.
Can't say as much for my attitude quotient.