Every day. Every. Darn. Day.

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  • ed

    the audio has just spooked “bella ” my cat ,she was fast asleep ,now she`s out of the patio door looking for trouble that isn`t there !

    • Ha!

      • Kathy Prendergast

        Same thing just happened with mine, although she just woke up and looked around in alarm; I should know better before playing a video about a group of cats being fed. I muted the volume and she’s gone back to sleep now, after giving me a dirty look. I occasionally can’t resist teasing her (when she’s awake) by making the sound of mewing newborn kittens; even though she’s spayed and has never had a litter she still seems to respond to it with great concern and starts looking for the source of the sound.

  • Waffle

    The ancient Egyptians had a cat goddess — Bastet. Her children kept the granaries free of rodents.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    I can always get my wife to watch this stuff.
    She’s convinced I’m going to get a cat to keep me company when I go up north.
    I don’t think it would be humane.

  • Justin St.Denis

    These were the behaviours our two ferals we’re exhibiting before we “took them in.” Now they take turns sleeping on my slippers!

    We just got back from visiting a friend who lives nearby. Our cats are giving me attitude because I am covered in Bennie The Dog hair and smell. Bennie loves my visits!

    Sometimes I wish I was a vet or something…….

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Got in a fight with my kids.
      Four days and I’m gone.
      I’m an asshole.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      I don’t think truly feral cats meow very much; it’s kitten behaviour that’s carried on into adulthod when they bond with humans or at least learn to see them as a food source and trust them enough to approach.

      • Justin St.Denis

        You may be right on that score. Our two we very young when we discovered them living under our shed – maybe six months old at most. I suppose we presumed feral parentage because we live in a rural environment where there are lots of cats roaming free and our closest neighbours are about one km. away. The “seduction” took place over a span of at least six months. But you are right. I do not recall them meowing at first, but only later – just prior to moving in and taking over the castle. 😉

  • vimy

    Dr Pepper,Shadow,Oliver,Junior and Dave are the members of my herd and no I don’t live on a farm.