Cattipping

Cattipping, contrary to popular mis-use of the word, does not involve tipping cats over.

Cattipping (verb): feline behavior of casually and indiscriminately knocking objects over or off shelves, tables and other surfaces. These objects are usually decorative, office materials such as pens and pencils, and pills and vitamins (either in or out of containers), but may also include hairbrushes, tweezers, fingernail clippers, glasses of water, eye-glasses, and buttons.

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    1. Technicially, you’re referencing catsics, and you’re actually correct. Felines engage in cattipping to confirm their theory of felintivity. The first rule is, anything upright can fall over. The second rule is, always test the first rule.

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