Like i always say, the fun thing about cats is, you never know what they’re going to do next. Neither do they.
My favorite here is the cat chattering. When my cats do that, it’s their way of trying to shame a moth to come down from the ceiling and get eaten.
The cats in this video know they’ve got a good thing going and don’t want it to stop. Or maybe they just love their humans. Either way, they demand to be cuddled and petted.
Note that if you do this with your lizards, you will hypnotize them.
I hope I’m not boring you, out there, with all these cat videos. Cats never bore me. But say the word, and I’ll post videos of any other kind of pet you have a fancy for. Alligators, crocodiles, plankton–you name it, I’ll post it.
That being said, get a load of the cat who likes being swept up by the broom.
Cats have no hands, but they can open dresser drawers. They have skeletons, but they can crawl into confined spaces as easily as any octopus. How they do those things is a mystery. Why they do them is a bigger one.
It’s bad form (an understatement) to provide one another with near occasions to sin. And yet people think nothing of having cats and fish tanks together in the same living room. How do you suppose a cat is going to be able to resist that much temptation?
And empty fish bowls are almost as bad. Watch and see.
Okay, the raccoon in this video isn’t a pet; but he is having fun. Then there are the things that cats and dogs do that wouldn’t make any sense at all unless they had fun doing them. It argues for a high order of intelligence that is mostly inscrutable to humans.
Maybe they’re smarter than we are.
There’s something in here for everybody! My favorite is the sheep trying to herd the dogs. We’ve also got cats and dogs, birds and hamsters, a goat, and a tortoise who has, well, designs… on a flip-flop.
BTW, if you listen carefully, you will hear the turtle vocalizing. They said it couldn’t be done, but they were wrong.
Stretch limo, mink coat, enormous diamond rings, luxury penthouse overlooking Central Park–now it can all be yours! That’s right–and your cat can get it for you. Well, maybe two cats would be better. Or three.
Simply train your cat to do what the kitty in this video has done–grab money and run away with it. Then all you have to do is somehow get it from the cat, a project which seems to be defeating the cat owners in this video.
Now it would be stealing, if you were to keep the money. Actually, the whole thing is kind of dishonest. And roping a poor, innocent animal into a criminal enterprise! Even Professor Moriarty never did that. I’m sorry I ever brought up this shameful subject. Enjoy the video, but stay honest.
I’ve always loved bunnies, ever since my Grammie gave me a nice yellow bunny when I was four or five years old. I loved that bunny for years and years until he fell apart. Don’t worry, that happened well before high school.
I’ve never had a real, live bunny; but if I did, I don’t think I’d want to get him interested in arcade games. That claw game–pfah! Just ask anybody on any Jersey boardwalk–you never win.
Just wait’ll the bunny in this video figures out he can operate the machine anytime he wants, if he feeds it money.