"A cat, I am sure, could walk on a cloud without coming through". (Jules Verne) Which law is Macavity breaking in the light of the comment above?

Asked by Monika | 1 year ago |  329

##### Solution :-

In the light of the above comment, Macavity is breaking the law of gravity.

Answered by Abhisek | 1 year ago

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