|Oscar Wildcat |
Uh oh, he's walking away. Cat owners know what will likely happen next...
can i has ejaculate shot into my face
|Binro the Heretic |
I'm actually kind of disturbed by the way it looked like the cat was trying to get the lizard to play with the toy.
I mean, if the cat ignored the lizard and played with the toy or ignored the toy to fuck with the lizard, that would be one thing. This, though, is almost an actual expression of intellect.
I guess it could just be coincidental, though. It's more likely the kitty was just playing with the toy after deciding to ignore the lizard and it just looked like it was trying to get the lizard to engage with the toy.
The cat is just claiming the feather thing as it's own, in hopes of owning the lizard.
The cat, assuming the lizard needs to have the feather thing, believes that possession of the toy would bring him closer to ownership of her. The lizard's beliefs are those of another culture, however, and she rejects desire for material things. The cat is bewildered, not understanding her disinterest.
Without a whore wanting what he and he alone owns, the cat has been left having something he just doesn't need. The feather toy itself is valueless, since the toy's only worth was to own the lizard. Uninterested in possessions, she has successfully left this cat burdened and unfulfilled.
The cat learns nothing from this, and ultimately walks away, ignoring responsibilities it never truly wanted, to find something else to own.
Binro the Heretic
***** Spirit stars!
(the voice reading it in my head sounded like David Attenborough)
Maybe it wasn't so much trying to engage the lizard as to be entertained by a moving lizard (presuming the lizard does react to the toy at other times). ...Sort of like when cats figure out the association between pulling the toilet handle and moving water entertainment.
|Jane Error |
This pretty much encapsulates what all my interactions with lizards have been like.
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