To be honest, there isn't really an affect. It gives off a booming noise which is always followed by lightning. It can affect people though and give them what is called "Storm Phobia" which means they are frightened of them. If it is a strong thunderstorm it can knock down trees and the lightning can stricken people but it is highly unlikely. It can happen but rarely
The cat is probably a stray. If you want it to die then do nothing,
because the cat probably doesn't get enough food. It probably does
If you turn on your light when you see the cat staring at you
outside your window, and the cat runs away, it is definitely a
stray cat. If it doesn't run away, and it has foam running out of
its mouth, it has rabies and you want NOTHING to do with it.
Call the vet or animal shelter about the cat and they will
Of course, you could be dreaming. The cat might really want to
eat your soul... in your dream.
In combat. You first have to make sure the scene is safe. Move the wounded only if a life threatening situation exist. Once the person is secure and you have assessed the person needs help, and doesn't have a broken neck or some more serious affliction. Cover the chest wound with some sterile non porous material to act as a barrier to stop the flow of blood exiting the wound. Use a dressing to help control the bleeding. And use a bandage or dressing to hold it in place. Then go find professional medical help. If there are no proper medical or sanitary supplies near you. Improvise. Use your ID to seal the wound and strips of your shirt to make a bandage or a dressing.
Yes. It is now thought that all cats, even "big" cats such as the tiger, that can roar, can purr. Big cats, with their specially-designed throats, can only make a purring sound when exhaling (called "chuffing"), and not in a constant stream like other cats.
You can use -R or +R, as long as your burner will handle that format. -R is more widely accepted on DVD players.