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posted by cube @ 12:47 PM
What a really cute talking head. He would make as much sense as the rest of them.
Happy Straight-Talkin' Friday!
Meow, meow, all weekend.
Yes, but can we trust him?
Jan: I agree. Many talking heads, pundits, journalists, et al, could take tips from this cat.
Kid: Cats do make funny, yet very individualized sounds. I've heard all kinds of endearing cat noise in my life. At our old house, there was a male cat who often visited our yard. His meow was very distinctive and sounded like, "mwo-bert", so we began to call him, "Robert." He would come over and promptly get chased away by one of our cats. He wasn't a bad cat; I think he just wanted to hang out, but our cats didn't want any part of that. We still have fond memories of Robert and his eponymous meow.
Messymimi: I'm all for that.
Granny Annie: You haven't posted about your current crop of cats lately *hint*hint*, but I hope your weekend is meow-tastic anyway.
DaBlade: I trust this cat more than I trust "don't look here, look here, Hillary. I can't say I've seen a better political predisgitator than her. Of course, having the full weight of most of American media carrying your water surely helps.
Yes, I think you know of our fostering days. So many cats and each a unique individual. And their sounds too. Yea, cats don't usually accept interlopers.
Kis: Yes, they're very territorial. At my folks house, we had a large female silver tabby who would chase all manner of male cats out of our yard. Le Meow (pronounced le-moo-ow) was her name and she was an amazing cat who loved sitting in the bathtub. Definitely in my Top Ten Cat List. I've had some amazing cats.
I've/We've had and still have some top ten cats. I know what you mean. We have three left from our foster days, and 2 of them at 11 years old still play like maniacs. If they're not sleeping, they are getting into something or on patrol for insurgent mice in the house and garage.
Kid: I get it. Some like to climb on counters or tables, and some don't. On Sunday, our Maine Coon, Shoshin, came home with a baby opposum in her mouth. I took it away from her and put it in a safe place. When I checked on it later, it was gone. I thought it got away. The next day my daughter told me they found a dead baby opposum by our front door. Shoshin is a rescue cat who was declawed by her previous owners. Can you imagine how deadly she'd be with claws? I think the word 'Shoshin' means killer in Hindu ;)
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