A Comparative Analysis of Cats and Sourdough (this is what I did this week)

Inspired by diagrams, I present you with my thoughts from the week, brought to you with the help of the brilliant Toby Hammer.

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This is serious science.

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF felis catus WITH A COLLECTION OF S. cerevisiea AND lactobacilli (SOURDOUGH STARTER):

CATS:

  • meow/purr
  • have fur/hair
  • will bite your face
  • walks
  • has legs, eyes, etc.
  • is corporeal
  • carnivorous
  • not man-made (kind of)

SOURDOUGH STARTER:

  • bubbles
  • is in a liquid state
  • has high yeast content
  • makes bread
  • culturally acceptable to be eaten
  • vegetarian
  • man-made

BOTH:

  • need feeding
  • produce happiness in owners
  • are shades of beige (depending)
  • contain water and carbohydrates
  • require attention but are overall very independent
  • can smell a bit funny (but sometimes in a good way)
  • apathetic about owner’s well-being
  • digest, respirate, and produce waste
  • require oxygen
  • can take shape of any container

CONCLUSION: THERE ARE MORE SIMILARITIES THAN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CATS AND SOURDOUGH STARTER

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Kind regards,

Molly


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4 responses to “A Comparative Analysis of Cats and Sourdough (this is what I did this week)”

  1. 53old Avatar

    My huge rescue cat has figured out what it means when I feed my two sourdough starters. He absolutely loves the stuff.

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  2. Charissa Avatar

    This is brilliant!!

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    1. Molly McCahan Avatar

      Hey thanks! Glad you enjoy.

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