|kiint - 2009-01-21 |
i love that little head move he does at the very end
|kingarthur - 2009-01-21 |
Chartreauxs and Blues are too damn smart. Mine has me trained to let him bite me...
I had one of those once. Smart as hell, sweet, teeny and dainty... and a complete holy terror to all the local wildlife. She once took down a rabbit about her size. I miss all my dead kitties, but that one hurt a little more. Fuck you, brain tumor. Fuck. You.
|Bored - 2009-01-21 |
My Maine Coon can do that, on the run, as I am chasing him in the middle of the night.
He's a fucking dick.
|Dr. Girlfriend - 2009-01-21 |
NOTHING CAN HOLD HOUDINI CAT!
|UnderANeonHalo - 2009-01-21 |
What the hell? I watched that like 15 times and it just doesn't make sense. Magic.
|fluffy - 2009-01-21 |
The paw is quicker than the eye.
|Species - 2009-01-21 |
i love cats
|Desidiosus - 2009-01-21 |
|BHWW - 2009-01-21 |
A much better performer than David Copperfield, that's for sure.
Way more adorable as well.
|thegreatandmightywhoopass - 2009-01-21 |
I had a cat named Mikhail Gorbakitty who looked just like this
He was pretty chill with his bell, though
|Frank Rizzo - 2009-01-21 |
cats dont like having bells attached to them
|GravidWithHate - 2009-01-21 |
My cat eventually learned to hold the bell between his head and his shoulder while he walked, keeping it from ringing. It meant that he could still move silently enough to stalk small animals, and whenever the bell started to ring, he was going for a kill.
This was after he'd escaped from a couple of collars.
|dancingshadow - 2009-01-21 |
Why does anyone put a bell on a cat ?
so they don't scare you like ninja kitty.
Because you don't want shit, blood, and feathers on your carpet.
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