Neil Handley, the curator of the British Optical Association Museum at the College of Optometrists.
“That’s going to be problematic for some.”Know that old “first impressions” saying? Are they clean, or do they let grease smudge their lenses?
Em compares his intimidating stare into his hater’s eyes to the relationship between a sexual predator and their victim.
But it makes sense if you think about a cat’s natural instinct. When it realizes it’s being watched, the cat may assess the threat, and then return to whatever he was doing, but in a more self-conscious way.Doing so can make you a better listener, make you a more effective speaker, and help you to cultivate a more convincing presence.Years ago, I noticed an old friend wearing glasses for the first time.The direct eye contact intimidates your cat, which can make him uncomfortable.Similarly, this is why cats try to out-stare each other to resolve conflicts. That’s also why if two cats are fighting, it can help if you break their line of eye sight with a blanket or tray (never your body! By cutting off their line of sight, they may become distracted and go on their way.