At first, this was very difficult to do. Many things have sentimental attachments to people. For example, you may have an object like an antique frame that belonged to your late grandmother. You might feel like you are betraying her by giving it away, or selling it, but the memory of her is not in the frame, it’s in your head. Instead, give it to a relative who might be interested in it, or, take a picture of it and place it in a scrapbook.
I once heard that material objects can’t be taken with you to the afterlife, so, if this is true, then things on Earth are definitely not worth hanging onto, unless of course you need it to survive.
I came across this goal when I went to the homepage, and then I had to find out for myself, lol. So I googled it, and in the link below I found out the information.
Much like a human’s ear, a cat’s ear has three components: the outer ear, the middle ear and the inner ear. The ear pocket, or pinna, is on the outside edge of the outer ear. The outer ear comprises the semi-rigid pyramid shape that is completely external on the cat’s head.
Form and Function
The ear flap on a feline’s outer ear helps enable a cat’s exceptional hearing ability. The pinna performs two functions; it funnels sound into the ear canal in the middle ear, and it also helps the ear flex and rotate up to 180 degrees to better pinpoint and funnel sounds.