This Kitten Means Business

My wife was so shocked when we were told that our sweet, friendly, peaceful little Peep turned rogue when she was at the vet’s. She couldn’t believe her ears. It was like hearing that Norbert preys on sheep.

So here’s a kitten who already growls at uncooperative humans. What’s he gonna be like when he grows up–a scourge of man and beast?

5 comments on “This Kitten Means Business

  1. That’s pretty funny. They are very fierce, in their own diminutive manner.

    This brings to mind a question; are house cats truly domesticated? Having seen videos of various species of lesser cats, I’ve seen plenty of examples of Lynx, Bobcats, Servals and even Cougars that were friendly and I wonder if it’s just a matter of having been raised around humans, that makes a cat docile.

    There is one person on YouTube with a young leopard, but we’ll have to see how that goes. Leopards, Lions, Tigers and Jaguars are greater cats, and you don’t see too many examples of these as house pets. There are rare occasions where people have kept Lions, Tigers, etc. as pets, but these are the very rare exception, not the rule.

    1. I’ve heard that can be a problem. Overall, I think that most felines are quite aware of the disposition of their claws. But the claws and teeth of a greater feline are of such nature that even the slightest lapse could be lethal for a human.

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