Cats and Crime

Why do so many cats get such a charge out of watching things fall? And what does a cat want with a package of sliced bread? Is he going to make Fancy Feast sandwiches?

Happily, my cats are usually too busy fighting to have any time left for vandalism.

4 comments on “Cats and Crime

  1. Oh my goodness! I’m laughing so hard at that little bread thief, Michael thinks I’ve finally lost it. Imagine. That little dickens. For about a minute and a half he hung on for dear life to that bag of bread. He finally got his bread out of the bag and I’m still laughing!

  2. This cat looks exactly like mine. Mine is the door opener par excellence.
    He gets inside a cabinet at night and bangs the door over and over until
    I wake up and pay attention to him. grrrr

  3. My feline companion reacted to the sounds, and not just the meows and typical feline sounds, but also the rustling, etc.

    I don’t know what to think of the bread cat. I’ve seen cats act that way before, I guess it’s their hunting instinct at play.

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