No, I'm pretty sure that's a cat. Why else would it say cat in the filename?
That's OK. They look cute in pictures, but most of them are filthy obnoxious assholes that claw the furniture, drag dead animals into the house, and shit in your bed when they're mad at you.
Only one cat i've ever had ever clawed furniture. Everything you said is just a collection of potential negative behaviors. That's like saying every dog will get rabies and kill a baby just because a few did it once.
>"I give you today
>Not a luxurious rose bouquet
>not a tulip, not a lilyyy!
>But a simple petunia"
Not really though. Somewhere around a third of the US population is infected with toxoplasma gondii, but serious cases of toxoplasmosis are relatively rare and most symptomatic cases are self-limiting. That's what makes the behavioral effects hypothesis interesting: it's already well established that you're not likely to die from having a cat. But you do stand a decent chance of developing a latent T.gondii infection. If that does in fact cause psychological and behavioral changes, the implications are huge.
Took this of my cat when trying out my new steadicam.