Monday, October 02, 2017

Resorting to cat videos

This is one very angry cat. Watch its facial muscles twitching. I am sure none of your cats are quite as nasty as this one.


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  1. Sadly you are wrong. I see that expression often. And bear the scars.
    Jazz does 'look beautiful when he is angry' though.

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    1. EC, what sets the anger off?

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    2. Being thwarted. If he doesn't like his dinner, or doesn't want to share a chair, or is bored... Jazz is the psycho cat from hell. When he is good he is very, very good and when he is bad he is horrid.

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    3. EC, I've known some men like that.

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  2. I don't know about that. Our yellow cat ziggy pretty much could take on any thing. Now since he up there in years he calm down.
    Coffee is on

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  3. Max didn't look too angry to me, so I was surprised at the sudden attack. my daughter's cat Missy is good at the sudden attack too, she's very old and prefers to be left alone, very rarely I get to pat her and scratch her ears, most of the time I'm careful to keep my hands to myself.

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    1. River, we once had a cat a bit like that. She attacked us for days after she spent a week in a cattery while we were away. So you don't think Max looks angry.

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  4. Anonymous10:59 am

    Very similar in appearance to my late cat, save for the white bib.

    Doesn't look angry to me. Surely the missing element and target of the "attack" is a tantalising twitching object or, mre likely, some food?

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    1. Marcellous, so you think the cat is aquiver with anticipation.

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  5. My two furry mates never show anger...they've both very calm and collected...always have been. I can't say the same about my landlords' cat, though. Little Molly is the crankiest little cat I've ever come across. Said landlords are once again holidaying in the UK and while they're away, as it happens every time they go away, I go up to their home to feed Molly and let her know she's not forgotten. She certainly has a split personality, though. I've had cats all my life from when I was a toddler, and I've never had one whose mood can turn on a sixpence! lol

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    1. Lee, no doubt your cats are calm because of the peaceful environment in your home. Molly is not to be trusted then.

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  6. I know dogs can turn feral and hurt people, but most dogs seem in love with their owners. Even well behaved cats seem aloof.

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    1. Hels, it is rather rare for a dog to deliberately hurt its owner. One of our cats was very loving and would purr at the drop of a hat, and drool all over us.

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  7. Reminds me of my late Mother-in Law.

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  8. I'd like to get the video to play and see what this puss is up to - just keep getting a white line going round and round. Tried first thing this morning and again now (3.50pm) No luck:(

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    1. Cathy, Facebook videos are problematic to embed. Angry black cat Max brought it up immediately on You Tube for me.

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  9. Yikes! That's a scary puss Andrew! Now that you mention it, we did have a cat that could be grumpy.. not with me though, just everyone else 😀

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    1. Grace, no one could be grumpy with you.

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  10. This is absolutely normal, lol except maybe the last jump, but I would step aside ! I have seen more furious faces !

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    1. Gattina, while we had difficult cats, none seemed ever as hyped as this one in the video.

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  11. No I've never had one this mad. He seems very used to getting his way! And he's getting goaded on too. I hope the owner doesn't have kids.

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    1. Strayer, the kids ran away from home to safety.

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