A syllogism, probably developed by Aristotle, is where a conclusion is inferred from two premises, one major and one minor, that each have one term in common with the conclusion. For example:
- Major Premise : Chris rolls over when he is happy.
- Minor Premise : Chris rolls over when he is outside.
- Conclusion: Chris is happy when he is outside.
If I were to reverse the order of the premises, that would mean that if Chris is happy, he is outside. That’s almost true but he is also happy when he is on my desk making it difficult to finish a blog post.
so cute!! Cody does that on our kitchen chairs lol
They must feel very comfortable before they show their belly.
Oh yeah, Chris. You look like me when I’m preparing for a street nap. I prefer the middle of the street, instead of the driveway, but same idea.
Love and licks,
Probably not the best place to nap. 😀
He does look like a happy kitty outside! I do that when my human and I check into a hotel room. Hotels are my happy places!
You and me both, Summer.
I do it outside too. Purrs, Pixie
It is so good to be outside
That’s the first thing I do whenever I get outside. That’s why I never get to go out. ~Ernie
Maybe you should do it second, Ernie. 🙂
dood…yur moovee & yur fotoz total lee rock…..we give em all 984 paws UP !!!! we iz knot a loud out side but we like ta roll like thiz on de garage floor !!! ☺☺☺♥♥♥
Thanks. The garage floor is close enough.
Chris is a happy boy, such a cutie.
There’s something about a sidewalk, street, garage floor…..!!!! In Chris’s case, throw in being OUTSIDE and it’s double great!
So true, Sammy.
Chris is the best! Such a fun post and he reminds me of my Biscotti 🐈
Thanks. Everybody loves Chris. 🙂