Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? — Caitlin Marie Doughty

(book review)

Your cat might eat you after you die, but a vulture can’t wait to rip you to pieces and carry you off into the sky.”
Caitlin Doughty.

Caitlin Doughty studied the history of the Middle Ages at the University of Chicago, focusing on the subject of death and its image in culture. After the university, she worked at ritual offices and crematorium in San Francisco and founded the “order of the good death,” an association of ritual professionals to change the attitude of Americans toward death, funeral and complaints, together with artists, writers and scientists. For ten years, Caitlin has been running her channel on YouTube, which shares historical facts about death and burial, and gives advice to clients and owners of ritual business.

In the book “Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?” she decided to give insight based on her experience and answer the most common questions about the corpses and death. For example, will the cat ever eat my eyes? Spoiler alert — yes. And that’s why you’ll find out in the book itself.

The book also asks if your body can stand up and moan after death, whether it is possible to bury a person alive (for example, if they have fallen into a deep coma), what would happen if they died in an airplane during a flight and many other thought-provoking topics.

I can give you another spoiler alert — if you die on the plane, nothing will be done to you. If a passenger has already been pronounced dead, he will simply be put in his seat. Well, the seat belts will be fastened to prevent him from slipping. And they will continue their flight calmly.

Of course, I bet you’ll find it unethical, like the whole book. But haven’t you ever asked yourself a “what if” question? And if you are such a curious fella, then that book is for you. Intriguing, isn’t it?

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