Scrambles the Cat Contemplating Life - YouTube
Aptly named The Red Dot live action trailer, a green-eyed white-haired cat is first seen darting around what appears to be a gang hideout in pursuit of a far-off marksman's projected laser beam. It initially scrambles around the floor, then up onto the table where the three targets are playing cards. One of the men them swipes the tabby off the table and, well, you should see what happens next for yourself.
Speaking of black cats with white patches: In the British fable The King of the Cats, a sexton (in some versions he's just walking down the road) spies a of nine black cats with white spots on their chests, carrying a miniature cat-sized coffin with a crown resting on it. One of the cats tells the man to "Tell Tommy Tildrum that Timmy Toldrum is dead." The astonished man returns home to his wife and relays the news, while their housecat keeps interrupting his story with frantic meows. The couple ignores him, and they continue discussing the strange occurrence, amidst the racket. Finally, at the end, the man asks his wife if she knows who Tommy Tildrum is, so he can tell Tommy that Timmy has died, whereupon the cat cries out in the King’s English: "What? Old Tim dead? Then I'm the King o' the Cats!" At this, the housecat—who is named Old Tom—scrambles up the chimney, never to be seen again.
Inspector Scrambles has been locked up for going on five months now. Her last surgery was over a month ago, but her hair is growing back slowly. And this cat can’t wait to run around. Every now and then, we give her a little freedom, but every taste seems to just be a reminder of what she’s missing out on.Cartman believes Scrambles the cat is part of a worldwide conspiracy, though further details on that particular storyline aren’t revealed in the trailer. Instead it shifts focus to the new kid, the player-controlled character whose superpowers revolve around his powerful farts. If the wasn’t sufficient evidence, the latest trailer definitively confirms that flatulence will continue to play a large role in The Fractured But Whole‘s story and gameplay.The new trailer for reveals the reason why Cartman decided everyone should start playing superheroes instead of the medieval game they were playing in The Stick of Truth. Claiming to be “from the future,” Cartman approaches the neighborhood kids with a poster for a missing cat named Scrambles, whose return will net them a generous $100 reward. While it’s not explicitly stated, one has to imagine that the competition to find the cat first is what results in the .Toxo is one of the most successful parasites in the world and is found in almost every type of mammal. Goats, cows, pigs, sheep, humans. But it spends its time trying to get into the stomach of a cat, the only place where it can successfully reproduce. Thus the organism has evolved an unusual lifecycle relating to the brains of rats and mice. Rodents ingest little bits of Toxo from cat feces and Toxo goes straight to their heads.Once there, it scrambles the neurons around and . Soon after, a recently relieved cat returns to the scene and takes its supper. In other words, the rat plays taxi to the parasite, finding it a new feline host and completing the Toxo lifecycle. It does not look like the cat was on the field for very long. The cat appeared to find an exit to the stands pretty quickly, at which point it appears to have scrambled down the row of seats, causing the fans to jump out of their seats. Finally, a staff member of the Angels gets a hold of the feline and, we hope, escorted it to safety.We are, clearly, cat people. We have two of them currently: Bellatrix, who is the smartest cat either of us have had, and Scrambles the Death Dealer, who is the sweetest cat either of us have had. And good thing that Scrambles is sweet, because she isn’t what one would call bright. But hey, at least when she gets annoyed she forgets about it within a few seconds and is happy again.