The “Orange Cross” in Tamsui Cat’s Story, captured from the parking lot behind the Zhongzheng Road Police Station in Tamsui, New Taipei City, Taiwan Province, Republic of China.
Today’s top cat model is an orange cat. I saw him lying leisurely by the riverside, completely deviating from the graceful posture that traditional cats are known for, but it was also amusing.
At first glance, I even thought the orange cat was performing a split right there, and the splits were beautifully executed (big mistake), or perhaps resembling a propeller.
Cats have always had exceptionally flexible bodies, and their graceful and elegant postures are often used as a metaphor for the female body. Even Anne Jacqueline Hathaway, the actress known for her sensual sweetness, took on the role of Catwoman in the Batman movie this year.
In contrast, the term often used for men is “dog,” such as “Black Dog Brother” or “Dog Hips.”
It is worth mentioning that if we were to interchange the roles of men and women, although it aligns with the concept of gender equality often discussed among cultural enthusiasts, it would be quite unpalatable to hear. Therefore, out of respect for the excellent reputation of this platform, I am also reluctant to make overly explicit statements here (a cup of hot tea).
貓，一直有著異常柔軟的身軀，而其婀娜多姿的體態也常被人們用來隱喻女性的肉體，就連近來在螢幕上以性感甜美著稱的女星 安．海瑟薇（Anne Jacqueline Hathaway），也在今年接演蝙蝠俠電影中的貓女一角。
Date of original publication: September 11, 2012