With cat"s eyes you"ll never be scared of the dark
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With cat"s eyes you"ll never be scared of the dark by Joanna Stubbs

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Published by A. Deutsch in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Night -- Fiction.,
  • Fear -- Fiction.

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The untalented child of a witch and a magician discovers the secret of the creatures that make her scared in the dark.

Edition Notes

Statementstory and pictures by Joanna Stubbs.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.S9375 Wi 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination[29] p. :
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3513134M
ISBN 100233974857
LC Control Number82073989
OCLC/WorldCa9790907

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Cat's Eye () /R/HORROR Official Discussion. Discussion Series. IMDB. Oh god I loved this, and totally forgot about it but it scared the shit out of me when I was younger. Does it stand up with age? I love the dark atmosphere and tone of this movie, the cinematography is beautiful, the acting is superb, and the story is simple but.   Cats love the feeling of being enclosed so this may be all he needs to chill a bit at night. I have several boxes around the place - some on their side and some upright - and at least 3 cats sleep in them on a regular basis. One other cat has a play cube which he sleeps in at all times. This is it when a squatter moved in.   You’ll sleep with one eye open because if you don’t, you might not ever wake up again. A glow-in-the-dark cover and thirteen eerie full-page illustrations by award-winning artist Sarah J. Coleman accompany the tales in this frightful mashup that reads like a contemporary Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.   A Buddhist belief says a cat with a dark coat brings promises of gold, while a light-colored cat brings silver. It's said the cat's eyes you'll find discounts on high-end items all year long.

  Cats generally aren’t scared of the dark per se, because healthy cats have night vision that’s far better than ours. They have several ocular adaptations for low-light conditions. The Wide Open Eyes of Trust. After looking at the two fundamental shapes of the feline pupils and what they may convey, we can proceed with the changes in the shape of the cat’s eyes. The first one is wide-open eyes. When you see this in your cat, together with wide pupils, it often conveys trust.   Since we first got him, I thought "that cat's eyes look odd". Then last night I noticed his eyes were slightly different colors, one more light gold and the other light green. The difference in colors is so subtle that I never even realized they weren't the same. Cats dilate their pupils to improve vision. Wide eyes allow a cat to absorb more light, which is helpful in dim lighting. Pupils also dilate when a cat is excited, afraid, or hurt. This should never last longer than a couple of hours. Prolonged pupil dilation requires further investigation.