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My Cat Is Weird

posted Mar 12, 2016 17:15:42 by Mike Standin
I have a 3 month old kitten who chases something on the wall by a certain electrical outlet. He doesn't do it everyday, but he does do it enough to make you wonder what he "see's" that we don't.

Any pet lovers here? Any stories to tell?
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RyanScotts said Mar 12, 2016 19:44:45
I have a dog who is the most lovable creature God made. Louie is a Shitzu and he just adores people and is always looking for someone to pet him or hold him
Let this monkey go. Let the senses go. Let desires go. Let conflicts go. Let ideas go. Let the fiction of life and death go. Just remain in the center, watching. And then forget that you are there.

~Lao Tzu
Jordan G said Mar 13, 2016 03:01:18
I have four cats who adopted us, a mama stray and her three babies. I was never a cat person, but now that we have them, I love them. They are so personable, and they actually get along with my two dogs so well that I couldn't imagine not having them in my life.
AnthonyMason said Mar 13, 2016 14:22:41
I have a cat who is very smart. Actually, sometimes she is too smart for my taste :D She has learned how to open door knobs and the fridge door too!
Dandelion said Mar 13, 2016 17:53:57
I have two cats and two dogs and they're all crazy in their own right. My oldest is one of the cats. He's been with me for 11 years and he weighs 24 pounds. He acts like he is the king of the castle and he drives my husband crazy, but he's my big, lovable boy.
w8eeo said Mar 14, 2016 07:31:15
All cats are strange. We have had several cats here over the years. I am not wise enough to explain what I mean. I have always wondered about them.
I remember my dad saying when I was young that cats are different from other animals.
He went on to explain that other animals can be trained and they are willing to allow you to be their keeper. He went on to explain, in his opinion you can never train a cat but over time they will tolerate you if you really try but on their terms.
We lived on a farm when I grew up and always had several "outside cats" to keep rodents down in barns and out buildings.
My family has had several house cats over the years as pets and they do have a way of winning your heart. But it seems it will always be on their terms. In my opinion it is not possible to "own a cat".

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