It's uncanny. When I refresh the Forums and the sticky threads appear at the top, if there's an insect in our locality, they make a bee line for it in a similar way they take an interest in flypaper. Goodness knows why this happens, but it does. Thankfully too for my cat, whose sole purpose on this earth is to find things that deserve being killed if they aren't as strokeable as he is. Cats are fascinating creatures. I watched ours walk up the side of a wardrobe yesterday, to get to the top and lie on the suitcase that's on top of it. A seemingly impossible feat, but he did it as easily as Jesus walked on water. A bit of a bounce to get him started but with a couple of strides after that, he was there and settled down. How do they know that sort of thing's possible? Do they practice somewhere for it? Mind you, you wouldn't want an athletic cat like that sleeping on top of your wardrobe if you intend to sleep in the same room. They'll get bored when the lights go and they realise it's hunting time. Cats that can walk up wardrobes ain't lightweight kittens no more, so when they leap off to catch something, they ain't either as graceful as you imagine. They land will a thump on your bed and couldn't care less if they upset your dreams.