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I don't think I can limit it to just one thing, but I'd start off with "I love you." aww



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Well Tom has been gone for a while but I always wanted to ask why, after he had bitten the heads off the birds and rats, he always dragged the corpses into the kitchen.



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Well Tom has been gone for a while but I always wanted to ask why, after he had bitten the heads off the birds and rats, he always dragged the corpses into the kitchen.


He thinks you are a giant hairless cat that's really bad at being a cat. He's trying to feed you.



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Well Tom has been gone for a while but I always wanted to ask why, after he had bitten the heads off the birds and rats, he always dragged the corpses into the kitchen.


He thinks you are a giant hairless cat that's really bad at being a cat. He's trying to feed you.


 You never knew Tom did you?

The milk of canine kindness would have given him diarrhea



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nytram wrote:
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Well Tom has been gone for a while but I always wanted to ask why, after he had bitten the heads off the birds and rats, he always dragged the corpses into the kitchen.


He thinks you are a giant hairless cat that's really bad at being a cat. He's trying to feed you.


 That is what I have heard too Nytram. And I thought well it could be true.aww After all kitties are very much aware and nurturers as well.

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boosewell wrote:

Well Tom has been gone for a while but I always wanted to ask why, after he had bitten the heads off the birds and rats, he always dragged the corpses into the kitchen.


He probably expected you to cook them for him. 



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Where does your purr come from?

Humans don't really know how and why cats purr...as soon as they try to find out...they stop purring.

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KidCharlieMane wrote:

Where does your purr come from?

Humans don't really know how and why cats purr...as soon as they try to find out...they stop purring.

Charlie



-- Edited by KidCharlieMane on Thursday 9th of August 2018 10:30:40 PM


Any cat would tell you that purring comes from his or her happy place. aww 



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Cats purr when they are sick or in pain. Even when their lives are ending. I saw this first-hand, with both Micky and The Shmoo.

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That's true.  They're trying to focus on their Happy Place.



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We're the only ones that know we are eventually going to die. I don't think animals do, even when their lives are winding down.
If they do know, nobody has ever been able to prove it, because we can't really know what is in their furry little heads.

And this furry little head knows it's time to say -73- and good night...

Charlie



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All nice thoughts everyone, but today I have to answer "Stay off the damn counters!"

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KidCharlieMane wrote:

We're the only ones that know we are eventually going to die. I don't think animals do, even when their lives are winding down.
If they do know, nobody has ever been able to prove it, because we can't really know what is in their furry little heads.

And this furry little head knows it's time to say -73- and good night...

Charlie


 Oh, I think animals know. They seem to tell you when its time to let them go.



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All nice thoughts everyone, but today I have to answer "Stay off the damn counters!"


 

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Pawsitively awwaww

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 I imagine Hazel, my counter-invading-kitty, will look much like that kitty once she is grown!  

 

Today we had numerous rain showers, the first in quite some time.  The kittens spent much of the day by the open (screened) windows enjoying the rain

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Oh, they just keep becoming prettier and more charming with every photo!  If you hadn't had rain for awhile (what, in the state of Washington?), yesterday's may have been their first experience with it, or at least their first to remember.

We never open any of our windows, not worth the bother, but in early spring and late autumn we'll leave the back living room's sliding glass door open, temperatures and other conditions permitting. 

OPEC, the first cat we had here, clawed at the screen door's lower corner until she finally loosened it enough to slip out onto the patio (and then didn't know what she was supposed to do except try to figure out how to get back in).  Yes, we were always there.  Eddie fastened stiff wire mesh to the lower half of the door, and that was the end of OPEC's outdoor adventures.

Cameo, her successor, used to make running starts and flying leaps at the screen door, landing near the top.  After she accomplished that, she didn't know what to do except meow pitifully while looking over her shoulder at us.

Squeeek doesn't go to much effort, simply paws at the screen door to see if it opens, and that's only when she's seen Ed go out.  Usually he puts a brick against it to keep it shut, but sometimes he forgets, or doesn't bother if he thinks he's going to be out there only a minute or two.  That's much like his turning a stove burner on High under a pot or pan of food and then finding something else to do, but that's a whole different subject.

 



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