Hungry Tommy !!!

Tommy, the cat at \(A\) is very hungry now and it needs some food which is at \(C\). So, it starts sliding from rest at \(A\) and reaches \(B\) from where it gets projected horizontally towards point \(C\). Given that \(A\) and \(B\) are at heights \(\text{10 m, 8 m}\) respectively and the horizontal distance between \(B\) and \(C\) is \(\text{10 m}\). Can Tommy get his food?

Assumptions: All surfaces are friction-less. Tommy gets projected only horizontally at \(B\) and not at any angle. Also, he will stop where he lands and will not move further.


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