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@31- Definition of a liquid is takes the shape of the container while maintaining a constant volume, so cats are liquids.

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Well, cakefete, I am disappoint. That was one of the worst comments I've seen from you so far. You win some, you lose some, I suppose.

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It may have been so grateful to get down that it clung to her, instead of the roof of the car

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At first I thought OP put the cat there, but after re-reading the FML it seems more likely that the cat went up there on its own.

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Or it followed OP after she got in the car. She would have noticed if there was something on the roof of the car before getting in.

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Personally, it is extremely unnatural for me to place things on the tops or hoods of cars. If I'm struggling I would rather place on the ground or hold between teeth. I just know that I WILL completely forget about it. Partly this is because I am so short and if the vehicle is taller than I am, the object won't stay in my range of vision and it won't stay present in my absent-minded head.

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Hello! this is my post and my cat is an outdoor cat, she always sun bathes on my roof and usually jumps off by the time I pull my car out so I never check twice!

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happened to my dad. he drove a good hour before he realized a kitten had climbed up by the motor. but it was ok and his co-worker adopted it.

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