It never fails. You buy your cat a really snazzy (and probably expensive) cat toy, and all she wants is the paper bag it came in.
As you will see from this video, this romantic yen for paper bags is inborn in cats. Little kittens have it. I’ll bet if you rattled a paper bag near a pregnant cat, the babies in her womb would get rowdy. “Oh, we just can’t wait to be born! A world filled with paper bags awaits us!”
Quarter to seven, and we still haven’t had our blooming supper. Chinese food tonight: much too late to start cooking. And we have an invasion of flies and no idea how they’re getting in.
Cats, I feel you, guys! If I weren’t so frustrated, I’d conk out, too. But I thought I’d like to post a cat video before I do.
You don’t make your name in the cat world by taking guff from a yarn ball. You let him have it. That goes for those little rubber balls, too. Let the balls push you around, and the next thing you know, you’re getting chased by a hamster. But the hamster will respect you if he sees you laying down the law to those balls.
Yeah, I know–I made it sound like this kitten wanted to run for Congress or something shameful like that. In fact, the kitten literally is having a dream. Watch him act it out in his sleep.
I know cats dream. But has this little kitten even been in this world long enough to dream about anything in particular? Which leads me to my next question: Do human infants dream?
My car’s in the shop, probably for the whole week, with a monster repair bill at the end of it, it’s still raining, and… and… and–
Bunnies and kittens!
God keeps giving us these little glimpses of what He has in store for us, once He finishes repairing all the damage: and it is very, very good.
This is one of those glimpses.
Our kittens were much more interested in the underside of the bed. They disappeared one day. When I finally looked under the bed, suddenly out from the box spring popped the two little upside-down head. They’d found a hole in the fabric, and in they went.
I would have rather they’d frolicked on top of the bed like they do in this video.
And I’ll bet our kittens weren’t the only ones who wanted to get inside the box spring. I don’t see the attraction, myself.
In fact, the Mummy never appears in this video. The kittens scared him off.
So much energy! It reminds me of the night we brought Buster and Missy home, and soon wound up asking each other, “Are you sure there’s only two of them?”
And then they grow up and want to sleep all the time. Go figure.
Some of these kittens would make but a single mouthful for some of the dogs they choose to attack. How do they know the dogs won’t hurt them? Or are they just too crazy to care?
By the way, this video illustrates a fair number of highly effective martial arts techniques… if you’re a cat or a dog.
Our friend “Unknowable” found this superb kitten video for us. See them stalk their prey… See them attack! See them fatzing around like nobody’s business.
If a bunch of kittens can’t put a smile on your face, heaven help you.
It looks like curtains for these curtains!
I’m doing the cat video now because I won’t have the strength for it by the time supper’s over.I am wiped out from all this computer agida.
I hope nobody spent a lot of money on those curtains.