Originally Posted by DePokerGod
But his front paws are obviously lower than the counter. Thus making it impossible to land on there. Anyone even taken the cats weight, gravity and speed of the run up previous to the initial leap into account? No way he made it.
And how exactly would we do that from the picture. Also, pretty sure that Heisenberg tells us that since we quantifiably know the exact location of the cat, we would be unable to determine it's velocity.
Regardless, the cat made it because cats are awesome. And if he didn't make it, it was because he didn't want to.