I used to believe that cat tails were at least 15 inches long and that normal cats with short tail were weird.
I used to think a concubine was some sort of porcupine.
I used to believe that you could stretch a rat's body to be super long.
For some reason, when I was eight, I had the ludicrous idea that it was impolite to say, "Oh dear" within the vicinity of a cat because I thought it would make the cat sad.
I guess I thought cats were very sensitive and would mistakenly think you were saying, "Oh dear" about them or something.
I used to think that horseback riding was something belonging to fables and fairy tales, so when I discovered it was real and feasible my dream came literally true.
I have always had cats, and as a kid, I thought the cat sitter was someone e who actually stayed at your house with the cat, like a babysitter.with kids, instead of just coming in to feed them once a day!
As a child I believed that cats, when they died, became owls and always accompanied you.
As a child, she knew that animals would ablaze and that they could communicate with peolpe, could give wise advice and tell their adventures that lived in nature. She also believed that animals could take over human life and we could be their slaves.
Apparently, when I was three, I thought my pet frog was hugging the flies and not eating them. I don't know if it was because I was repulsed at the idea of eating the flies, didn't want to believe my frog was a killer, thought its way of eating them didn't look right, or a combination.
When I learnt that it was possible to be allergic to cats, I thought some cats were allergic to themselves. When I learnt that wasn't true, I thought it was impossible for a cat to have any allergies at all.