My cat, Rosie, is a total cat freak. She loves anything or anyone that I let her play with, especially me. I’m not sure what she sees in me, but she seems to be convinced that I am a total idiot, which I am. I have a cat who is an autistic savant with my brain.
Rosie is a cat with a brain. She’s very smart, but her intelligence has been warped. She’s still a kitten, though, so you might want to take a look at the scientific definition of “retarded.
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, mental retardation is “a lifelong pattern of academic, physical or social disadvantages in which an individual is unable to meet the standards of the society in which he lives.” The term “mental retardation” does not mean mental illness. Rather, it means that a person is not capable of functioning in society.
Cats are mentally retarded, just like humans. To take an example from our own experience, if you ask a cat to pick up a ball, and he can’t do it, then he’s retarded. Of course, cats can’t do everything we can.
The good news is, there are different levels of mental retardation. There is the very mild form, the kind that some cats are born with, and the forms that are learned in later life (the so-called “late-onset” forms). These are the two most common forms of mental retardation and are present in about 4% of the general population.
If you ask a cat to pick up a ball, and he cant do it, then hes retarded. Some cats are so retarded that they can’t even pick up a ball. This is the mild form of mental retardation. The late-onset forms are the ones that are present in about 4 of the general population. These are the ones that are most common and are usually present when the cat is about 5 to 6 years old.
The late-onset forms are the ones that are present in about 4 of the general population. These are the ones that are most common and are usually present when the cat is about 5 to 6 years old. These are a kind of mental retardation where the cat is severely mentally impaired, but can communicate perfectly.
These are also called spastic paresis. The cat’s brain is so severely impaired it cannot communicate its thoughts and actions in any way. It is completely mute. What this means is the cat has no idea what it’s doing. It is incapable of planning things, and has no understanding of its environment. It is mentally incapable of forming plans.
This also can cause the cat to be violent. The cat may start to act in a manner that would be described as “psychotic”, which is a completely different category than “mild.” It can also cause the cat to have violent behavior. A cat who has this mental retardation is unable to function in society, but will not be considered mentally disabled because it cannot be diagnosed as such.
It is known that the mental retardation in cats can cause a cat to go on a rampage, to be very aggressive, and even to kill. That’s why it is important that people with mental retardation be treated with respect, and that they know exactly what they are and what they are capable of. It is also important to remember that it is not the cat that is causing the behavior but the person or people with mental retardation.