Actually, since you mention that, I do recall reading an article that supports what you say. It was exactly that--cats living in tall apartment buildings. Cats that fell from a few stories high died or were horribly maimed while the cats that fell from real high apartments survived. Bizarre.stand watie said:Oddly enough, even if it was TRUE, rather than "computer-generated", most of the cats would have been UNHURT. = See the book, ALL OF MY PATIENTS ARE UNDER THE BED, by the late Dr Louis J Camuti, DVM for an explanation of WHY that is.
(It's called the SKYSCRAPER EFFECT = Believe it or not, the FARTHER a cat falls from a high balcony/roof the LESS likely that a cat is to be INJURED! - the EXACT reason for that phenomena is UNKNOWN but Cats which jump or fall from more than 20 stories are SELDOM injured, from their "flight".)
I read that book decades ago. Camuti was among the few vets who made housecalls. The cats somehow knew he was coming and were always hiding under the bed.See the book, ALL OF MY PATIENTS ARE UNDER THE BED, by the late Dr Louis J Camuti, DVM