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Kid’s Science Fair Project Tests If A Cat’s Butthole Touches Everything In Your Home

When your cat is walking with its tail up, you can’t help but notice it staring right at you.

Cat aficionados and those that are less fond of felines can now rest easy on a much-debated cat hot topic, thanks to a Tennessee sixth grader’s science project. According to Kaeden Griffin’s findings, the back end of “Fluffy” isn’t touching every surface it sits on.

Do you think this kid is talking out of his rear?

Keep reading to see what he found out.

It’s hard to say exactly what led to Kaeden’s science fair project topic, but it’s clear that took a very safe and imaginative approach — putting non-toxic lipstick on their buttholes. That’s right. He painted his cats’ anuses and then kept track over several weeks as to where the lipstick marks showed up in his house.

His results showed the following:

  • Cats with long and medium hair didn’t make contact with either hard or soft surfaces
  • Short-haired breeds didn’t make contact with hard surfaces
  • Short-haired breeds left smudges of lipstick on soft surfaces like beds, pillows, and furniture cushions

The little genius’ mother posted the results on Facebook, along with pictures, and her post went viral, garnering almost thousands of comments and more than 23,000 shares.

In my opinion, he had to have won the science fair. I’d like to know right meow.

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Matt Sterner

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