We've presented the theory that cats are liquid more than once here at Neatorama. A study about it even won an Ig Nobel Prize in 2017. But those demonstrations mostly showed how cats take the shape of their container, which is an essential property of a liquid.
我が家の弓吉さんもドュルンと流れてます pic.twitter.com/jqKQGgziZ4— ニボ (@nibonnu) January 23, 2019
A Japanese retailer has a Twitter account, Felissimo Nekobu, that operates as a "cat club." A recent Tweet presented the theory that cats are liquid and asked followers to contribute evidence. Looking through the huge number of data points in the replies, it appears that Japanese cat lovers approach the theory from a different position. Instead of taking the shape of the container, these cats are liquid because of the way they flow.
他にもあります！液体ハニー pic.twitter.com/In3HQMMTUZ— ねね＠猫カフェラグドール (@choco_ragdoll) January 23, 2019
Yes, there are a few containers, but you'll enjoy seeing hundreds of cats in the act of flowing in the Twitter thread. Felissimo Nekobu supports cat rescue organizations in Japan. -via Metafilter