Friday, August 15, 2014

Oh dear, resorting to cat videos again

Should any of my reader's cats appear to be getting bored, you could invest in a walker for their endless entertainment.

Cat number one doesn't quite grasp that he/she needs to walk faster. Cat two is a fast learner and quickly picked it up but was quite flighty and not really persistent. But cat one really stuck in there. He may not be the brightest spark but he is a real trier, gawd love him.


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  1. Andrew, it is very funny. I like cats they are very intelligent but I prefer dogs. Because I am a dog owner. Having cats is more comfortable especially if you like travelling as my family.

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    1. Gosia, I am much the same. We are looking after our friend's dog, Jack, for a week now.

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  2. I am pretty certain that I am cat number one.

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    1. EC, I am a combo of both, the worst of both.

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  3. This week I have a dog a chicken and 4 cats living with us so far all have survived.
    That was a very funny video, I got a good laugh.
    Merle...........

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    1. Merle, you need to get another chook. They like the company of their own.

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  4. There must have been food at the front.

    Actually, it is my understanding that cats don't really have all that much stamina. The film Ten Million Wild Cats included some Aboriginal women hunting feral cats for food by basically just them down by hunting them from hiding place to hiding place. The women (who were not young) did not have to run fast but they needed to be persistent.

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    1. Marcellous, you cynic. They were doing it for fun, but yes, I doubt cats have much stamina.

      I don't know of the film but if Aboriginal women can kill some feral cats, then that is good.

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  5. What a great idea! You buy the walker and I'll send Angel to you. I don't have room for a walker here.

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    1. River, wasn't really what I had in mind.

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  6. Made me laugh Andrew.. mainly because I've had a similar experience :)

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    1. You have been cat 1 or cat 2 on a treadmill Grace?

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  7. This gave me a really good laugh! Our California cats ran in the other direction (out of the room) when we turned on the treadmill. No such entertainment.

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    1. Mitchell, you could have actually got on the contraption and demonstrated to them.

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  8. I prefer the calico since I relate most to him in always trying to find the easy way around.

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    1. Which is sometimes harder in the long run Rubye. I had to search calico cat, as I wasn't aware of calico cat colouring.

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