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Would you like a phosphorescent cat?
scholar - 15-12-2007 at 19:21

Glow-in-the-dark cat article

The gene manipulation involved is more the point of the process.waveysmiley


LSemmens - 16-12-2007 at 11:11

Haven't we discussed this before? I remember reading something, somewhere, about this some time ago.


TooCute4Words - 7-1-2008 at 16:12

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Originally posted by scholar
Glow-in-the-dark cat article

The gene manipulation involved is more the point of the process.waveysmiley


It could be good from the cats point of view?

But for a driver of a vehicle driving at night it could be deadly. A phosphorescent cat is a big distraction to a driver.


scholar - 7-1-2008 at 20:16

I think a more visible cat would be less of a distraction than one that blends into the dark until your headlights suddenly hit it.:)


TooCute4Words - 7-1-2008 at 20:37

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Originally posted by scholar
I think a more visible cat would be less of a distraction than one that blends into the dark until your headlights suddenly hit it.:)


Sadly for the cat, a driver who doesn't see it in time will end up killing poor moggy :( and cat blood everywhere.

But a phosphorescent cat diving into the road would more than likely scare a driver into making a quick move which could be his or her last one as they end up veering off the road and into a brick wall or lamp-post or person.

Of course, all could be well :D I am being over=cautious really