A Fearless Feline Tale, or How I Learned About Love and Life With A Blind Wonder CatBook - 2009/08/25
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He might not have understood relative size, but if there was one thing Homer did understand it was pinpointing a location based on sound. The intruder, in speaking, had let Homer know precisely where he was. With a loud hiss that bared his fangs, Homer thrust the whole weight of his body forward and brought his right front leg into the air, stretching it up and out so far that it looked as if the bone connecting his leg to his shoulder had come out of its socket. His claws extended even farther. Glinting like scythes in the lamplight, they slashed viciously at the man's face. Homer missed by the merest fraction of an inch---and only because the man had reflexively snapped his head back.--Scene from Mucho Gato
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