Alma T. C. Boykin has a blog called Cat Rotator's Quarterly. The blog is not about rotating cats, or even about cats in general. The name makes sense when you know the secret.
Rotating one’s cat is a writer euphemism for pure procrastination.
Gotcha. However, a recent post addressed the need to rotate one's cat occasionally. When a cat stays in one position long enough, he may become flat on one side.
The ideal is a well-rounded cat, with symmetrical spherosity.
Further research may be needed to reconcile this observation with the fact that cats are liquid. Have you rotated your cat today? See plenty of visual aids at Cat Rotator's Quarterly. Now, excuse me, I have to go rotate my cats. -via Strange Company