Schrödinger came up with his famous cat experiment in order to attack the Copenhagen interpretation of QM. Since Bohr was the originator of the Copenhagen interpretation, what did he say about Schrödinger's cat? The way it is written in pop culture, many physicists believe that the entire macroscopic f***huge cat is in quantum superposition, and that the question is still unresolvable. This had led to many quantum mystics claiming all kinds of nonsense as a result, such as the belief that only a conscious observer can cause decoherence. I would like to know if Bohr came up with a reasonable explanation within the framework of the Copenhagen interpretation.