Consider it the lame follow up to "Do birds have teeth?"
Anyway, do they?
Take your time
See, I would say 'no'.
You can't trust the Internet, buddy. Lot of false information out there, from my experience
and trying to ascertain their foreheadedness.
trying to establish whether they've had a forehead 'shopped in.
What about a snake or a weasel or a bee?
but do have teeth.
I'm not sure where this is leading.
I know that much. Nowhere good.
This is a cats/forehead thread. Stay focused
Isn't it nice when those that used to post their inane ramblings on a regular basis come back? And are welcomed so warmly?
Yeah, must be lovely.
Still, cats - they don't actually have foreheads, right?
are you lobally challenged?
perhaps there are things humans are just not meant to know
(I don't know)
this is Frank, you don't have to read his posts.
I am looking at my cat right now. It is situated between his eyes and his ears
This my issue with cats and foreheads, in a nutshell
so their face stops when you're looking dead at them and you can't see the top of their head. Thats where it stops.
The cat stopped violently as it realised meowington was looking dead at it.
The cat's face also stopped.
Meowington could feel her heart racing as she realised she could not see the top of the cats head.
'This is where it stops' exclaimed the cat.
Thats why I said anything.
They have foreheads
It goes nose->head->neck->back
Only things with faces have a forehead
Horse-faced women do though
ah forget it
They're all mushy. No skull.
Well, define 'forehead'. They don't reAlly hAve a slaphead/tefalhead, not like some dogs do. But they definitely have a forehead, becAuse they have a head and there is a front part to their head which is what a forehead is. Hang on, maybe they don't actually. Cats have a really stupidly shaped cranium. I feel like everything I've ever believed in just lies. This is the worst day.