>>16590224>paranormal as icecream
Just because you have a friendly soft warm and cuddly death machine does not make it any less of a death machine, my friend.
I'm a New Englander. The birth place of the Maine Coon is in my state. Cats are considered apex predators across the world and especially around human civilizations for a reason. They adapt to climates and food sources and will most certainly evolve best to destroy things.
Pic related. This is what you get when you mix a Norwegian Forest Cat with the god forsaken soil and winter of the northern North America. A god damned super predator.
We used to visit my younger brother when he worked at an old gay man's seafood restaraunt called the Look Out Inn. There lived a gay chef named Butch. And he had a cat. a Maine Coon named Elwood. Elwood delighted in eviscerating actual factual raccoons by the boatload, and would stalk the dumpster. I can't tell you how many carcasses the cat has created over the years. An animal that answers to man does not usually have this kind of repetitive success and murder power.
But he loves people. Like all Maine Coons. Loves water, too. Like all Maine Coons.
May not be divine or supernatural, but they're more than extraordinary.