eventually tampered with her powers that briefly removed her bad luck abilities, along with the unwanted side effect. However, this magical tampering temporarily endowed her with cat-like abilities, giving her , retractable talons in her fingertips, superhuman speed, strength, agility and endurance, proportionate to a cat. Her "bad luck" powers were eventually restored by Doc Tramma through the use of .
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Bastet Feminine Divine statue Shown here in her the form of a woman rather than a lion or a domestic cat, the ancient Egyptian goddess Bastet is portrayed as the epitome of the feminine divine. Regarded as a goddess who protected Egypt, its royal family, and its people, Bastet was particularly revered, as were all cats within the land. She was also associated with beauty of movement, agility, strength, caution and other such feline qualities that she was said to embody. $42.95
Bengal Cat's Strength And Agility In Action - Bengal Cats
Bengals are an amazing breed of cat and that becomes evident when you watch this video. Koru’s acrobatics, strength and agility are truly impressive, but she does everything with an amazing grace. As you watch her play with toys and drag along her bed it’s easy to picture her much larger ancestors doing similar things in the wild. While domestic cats have come a long way from their wild ancestors Bengals are much more primal and in tune with their instincts and their wild heritage.
I'm Strength Training My Cat - Battlelog
Tigers have the most muscle mass of the cat family along witht he jaguar. A lion doesn't possess key shoulder muscles that the tiger posses. These shoulder muscles and forearm muscles along with equally strong hingquarters and massive muscles throughout the body make it able to balance it self on it's hing legs and move like a worm, Not have to come back down because of immense agility and strength. So how else does the tigers massive muscles give it an advantage over a the much weaker less muscle mass lion? It's pretty simple, listen up folks. The tigers added muscles, and the joints that connect the muscles are stronger than those of the lion. This means what? It means that the tiger is 10 times more agile in movement and quickness, it has more muscles in the joints and the shoulders as well as the forearms, but more precisely the shoulder, the shoulder area of the tigers forquarters and the top of hindquarters is the biggest difference in muscles which gives the tiger so much agility, more muscles around the joints, flexibility and agility comes.
Lions are built like cheetahs, very low muscle mass in the shoulder, weak hindquarters. An can't fight on there back legs but for short spurts. Of course dumbass lionfans can show pictures of lions lunging forward like a dog, but that's not fighting on your hindlegs idiot, thats a dog lunging forward.
Tigers superior muscles and strength it can stand up and fight with no strain, because of its' superioty muscle build.
Even at equal weights a tiger is immensely stronger. Theres no arguing this.
All lionfans of intelligence wouldn't argue this and don't.
Only braindead desparate retards would argue such a fact.
So triva time. Where does the tigers massive agility advantage come from?
It comes from the shoulders!!! The shoulders! the shoulders! The shoulders. More muscles stronger joints, more flexiblity, more movement, more quickness.
A tiger can run circles around it like a house cat, because a lion doesn't have the shoulder muscles and limb muscles that a tiger possesses.
It has to stop and slowly turn around and when it goes the tigers on it's back before it can react.
Lions are builts like cheetahs.
Jaguars and tigers are pretty much built the same.Mythology brings to life the ancient stories of gods, heroic figures, and evil. Anthropomorphism was used to give the mythological gods human traits that should and should not be emulated but not all gods retained human form. In our readings we discussed gods that changed into animal forms to accomplish tasks or to conquer guardian beasts or evil beings. Zoomorphisms occurred when gods, created in human form, transformed into animals such as serpents, lions, bears, winged-creatures, dogs, or hybrids of animals and humans. The gods slew, sliced, diced, eviscerated, or parceled out evil creatures and evil humans to become other types of creatures, earthly terrain, or heavenly bodies. With a few cultural exceptions, many gods and goddesses adopted the form of the feline to accomplish these tasks or had them as part of their entourage or worship. The feline occasionally had to be slain but more often was depicted as the achiever of good deeds or the personification of strength and goodness, even obtaining a high status of worship in some cultures. Comparison of feline lore about the domesticated cat, lion, leopard, panther, or jaguar in different cultures provides an interesting view on reasons why gods would choose the cat for their zoomorphism and for deification of the cat.