Cats don't always land on their feet
In 1987, New York City’s Animal Medical Center did a study of felines that had fallen from tall buildings. Ninety percent of the cats survived; however, most suffered serious injuries. The study also found that cats that fell from heights of 7 to 32 stories were less likely to die than those that fell from 2 to 6 stories. Falling from a one- or two-story building can actually be more dangerous because cats don't have as much time to position their bodies correctly.