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Frightening. It's rare to see a cat that large move that fast, and even more so to live after seeing such a malevolent mien up close.

(Seriously, either your cat has a tiny head, or it's a furry land-whale.)

Sean, It's the fur. Even shorthaired cats are substantially smaller bald. Small cats have a lot of hair, which poofs out when dry. Wet they look like drowned rats.

Whereto the cat's intentions re Razid. The thought going through the beast's mind can be summed up as, "Daddy! Fuss over me!"