The odd human tendency to see significant images in seemingly random patterns is known as pareidolia. Plug sockets have faces, clouds have kings, and funny-shaped rocks have the entire world in them. Rocks on Mars are no different, with examples including the well-known “face” that turned out to be a hill and undiscovered doorways. The first cat to land on Mars is now.
Instead, according to a wholly irrational internal poll conducted by IFLScience, the left side of the rock represents the cat’s behind in a pouncing (or big stretch) stance doing the distinctive cat butt bounce. Its resemblance to Wurmple, a caterpillar-like pokemon introduced in Generation III, was another insightful comment. Do you see anything in this rock?