Kit Jenkins, program manager for Petsmart Charities, has spent more than 20 years studying the behavior of cats and dogs in animal shelters. She has developed a theory of cat face geometry, which is based on the fact that feline faces usually fall into one of three physical shapes: square, round and triangle. While noting that genetics and life experiences play major roles in how cats think and act, Jenkins contends that personality is also influenced by a cat's physical shape. Here's how she describes the various types.
Mr. Red knows that Maths is hardly ever a favorite subject in school, but thanks to this body-shape theory, he thinks that us humans have finally found a way to put geometry to a practical use.
*This theory was obtained from "The Cat Behavior Answer Book" by Arden Moore