You might be surprised to learn that it can bounce 5 feet.
You may also be surprised to learn that an open bottle of Dr. Pepper , when dropped on it's bottom on a carpeted floor, can shoot a geyser of soda thirteen feet in the air through its open top.
Please note that I have ten foot ceilings.
Also for your future reference, it is possible to paint your entire living room with the volume of half a bottle Dr. Pepper. It can somehow cover every square inch.
You may be surprised to learn that a cat, who has no earthly idea why in the world you would want to spray your entire living room with a soda volcano in the middle of the season finale of 24, could jump thirteen feet in the air.
Again note the ten foot ceiling.
You might be surprised that cat will consider the before mentioned incident as an act of aggression, attack owner, and hide for 36 hours.
It could easily be surmised that the thoughts happening in the 'wack-a-mole' game the cat uses in place of an actual brain could be:
" I sure could go for some food about now. I wonder if that guy might give me some food. Oh! He's getting up! Maybe he's going to give me so .... something's wrong.... he's ...... stumbling ...... he's .... why is he throwing that brown water down? What the..... h..... ! IN COMING! IN COMING! .....M’aidez! M’aidez! ........WH.......! NGLOOB.......!
You might be surprised but in my apartment you wouldn't be.
Whenever I finally depart from this apartment, the people who clean it up might happen to look up. If they do they are likely to wonder how in the hell I managed to get Dr. Pepper on the ceiling.
They're also going to wonder why there's a wad of black fur stuck to the acoustical ceiling dimples.