Reminds me of the explanation of relationships. . . Dogs have masters and cats have staff.
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That’s about right.
I like the idea of a message that cats and dogs can hear, but it’s out of our hearing range so we miss it completely. 🙂
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I think they do know more than we realise….
They grace our lives and teach us so much.
Cats are not in my good books today… I do not wish to learn how to clean half eaten frogs off the carpet 😉
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I certainly understand. I’ve had my share of 1/2 eaten birds on or near my bed, and a rat on my desk. And there was this time when OBCC ate a bird right in front of me.
Today it was a baby frog… or what was left of it…
When they’re purring on our laps, it’s easy to forget that they’re predators.
I never forget … my son’s cat can be the cutest thing ever…then launches herself at my flesh with teeth and claw for no reason….
We should listen to cats more.
If only we could hear the frequencies they hear. 🙂
We might be a little wiser 🙂
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Humans never listen to sense!
Ain’t it the truth!
Yes indeed 💜
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All you need to do is look at a cat’s expression. It really does “say” it all. They have a true “Rock-n-Roll” attitude.
…but they purr so pretty, enticing you to pet them. Sort of like the Venus fly trap of mammals. 🙂
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