Thursday, December 13, 2007

Glow in the Dark Cats



Apparently, the South Koreans have cloned Glow-In-The-Dark Cats
! Wow!
Max and I want one. My family has never owned a cat, but just think how cool it would be to be the first on the block to have one of these? Hopefully they'll be easier to get than that Nintendo
Wii thing was.

7 comments:

Midwife with a Knife said...

Heh. Nothing could be more difficult to get than a Wii.

I think what the world needs are more pets that glow in the dark. :)

jcat said...

That's cheating. Half the cat's pleasure in owning humans comes from standing unseen in dark places so that you can trip over them.

NeoNurseChic said...

Of all the things one could clone, what on earth would make them pick a glow in the dark cat? haha If Tony glowed in the dark, then when I was shutting off all the lights to go to bed, he wouldn't be able to hide in the shadows and then attack me as I go in my bedroom!

I'm going home tomorrow (from Florida - but don't misunderstand, I'm not happy about leaving here!), and I cannot WAIT to see my cat!!! (Though my mom has been taking excellent care of him and spending lots of time with him, and my dad bought him enough food to last for a year! haha)

Take care,
Carrie :)

Anonymous said...

The new graphicy thing makes all the bloggers look like shiny happy people and all the anons like gray washed out, hanging by a thread, barely there... I guess that's the point? Do the bloggy people glow in the dark? Is that just a medication side effect?

Sarebear said...

It's kinda like white tigers in the wild; that mutation makes it difficult to impossible for such a one to survive in the wild, without their natural camoflaging colouring combined with their pattern.

Now, if you were trying to hide a white tiger in a herd of zebra, that might work, but you'd probably have to tranquilize all the zebra first . . . . . and pretty soon the zebra WOULD be black and white and red all over . . . oh, just tranq 'em all, there's plenty of virtual anti-psychotics floating around your blog poll, hee! Tranq you very much.

Let it glow, let it glow, let it glow . . . . especially good for finding your white cat, in the dark in the snow.

Are they going to name one Uncle Fester? That'd be funny.

Dr. Val said...

Let's hope the glowing has nothing to do with radioactive substances. :) Cute kitties!

Mother Jones RN said...

Glow in the dark cats are just crazy.