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My Husband and the Cat-UFO Connection

Updated on November 10, 2017

We got lucky this time because the saucer was one of the aluminum pie pans I stake in the garden to discourage small wild things from the premises. They are shiny and moving, and that combination is the basic building block of all cat problems. The cats were against the pie pans from the outset, but they don’t eat vegetables so I suspect their lack of care arises at least partly from ego-centrism. I won't type "selfish" because they are watching me now and read at least some English.

I did have serious and unaddressed questions about how the pie pan untied itself from the yarn that was tied to the pole that staked the pie pans into the earth until I took a good look at my stakes and saw that I had created a cat toy.

I have told Husband that if those plants in the garden were growing tuna fish, my flying pie pans would get a lot more respect.

Circling Behavior in Terrestrial Cats

Once we had seen it. . . .
Once we had seen it. . . . | Source

We let the cats keep the mysteriously liberated pie pan behind the chicken pen expansion because what interests cats keeps cats busy. Husband alleged that he could use a lot less cat assistance when he was building onto the chicken pen.

He further alleged that until the mind control started, it had been the preternaturally sharp attention the cats paid to the chickens during times during the building when the enclosure was partially compromised that had bothered him most. Back then we had bought an electric staple gun so he could move faster while building.

Methods of Cat Mind Control

A rare shot of direct cat-to-dog mind control and brainwashing demonstrates the cats' technique, which works much like pairing electronics for the Blue Tooth.
A rare shot of direct cat-to-dog mind control and brainwashing demonstrates the cats' technique, which works much like pairing electronics for the Blue Tooth. | Source

Natural Spies

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Kitties in Contacts

"When Artie looks at me sometimes her eyes go all black, and it scares me. It's just mostly when I am holding raw meat, but it still doesn't seem right. She looks like she has those Halloween contact lenses in. Her whole eye turns black."

"Kitties don't wear contact lenses, though," I noted, wondering to myself why he would waste worry time on a cat with eyes that might be a bit scary but are at least normal for a cat while we have this glowing eye mystery right at hand. I tell him to pace himself, but he just doesn't listen where the animals are concerned.

At first, we thought she would grow out of it, that it was just some feline developmental phase.
At first, we thought she would grow out of it, that it was just some feline developmental phase. | Source
We told ourselves we were imagining things, that her eyes weren't beaming green lights from inside her head. We told ourselves that all cats' eyes do that.
We told ourselves we were imagining things, that her eyes weren't beaming green lights from inside her head. We told ourselves that all cats' eyes do that. | Source

Making Reports, Downloading Data

“When her eyes are beaming out green light like that, she is filming us,” my husband said.

"When she's gone for two or three days, she is with the aliens giving her reports and downloading all the data from her collection instruments. She does it just like you upload YouTube videos. I love her, but the green lights show she is an alien," my husband said.

"It's what they may be reporting that bothers me," Husband said, "Whatever could we know that superior beings don't?"

He promised to try not to worry unless the cats started bringing aliens home to roost.

The cats are being influenced by Chicken Thinking,” my husband said, “I don’t know what to do about it. I also don't know if the Chickens are in on the green eye light Hoax.”

"I am not sure it is a hoax, though," I said.

"The dogs are completely corrupted," Husband said. "They lie like dogs and every other thought they have, some cat put in their heads."

"Keep your voice down," I said. "You don't have any evidence. Don't cause trouble with the dogs so close to next week's kitchen floor inter-species conference. The dogs are the only faction left that still votes with us.

"Keep the peace for now. After the conference, November comes and the electric blanket goes on the bed." I remind him because the electric blanket is one of our few remaining sources of power over the increasingly contentious cats.

Cats, you see, cannot read a calendar nor anticipate the seasons, so fall and winter eternally startle them. I turn the electric blanket on and collect up each kitty and place it on the bed as soon as it gets warm. Kitties turn instantaneously tame and dreamy, like people do on heavy doses of Xanax.

We told ourselves she was just a normal kitty. We named her Donatella because Husband's middle name is Don, and I like Ninja Turtles and Renaissance art.
We told ourselves she was just a normal kitty. We named her Donatella because Husband's middle name is Don, and I like Ninja Turtles and Renaissance art. | Source
It spread from cat to cat until they were all capable of beaming the green light, even this kitty, our old Grimalkin Goo.
It spread from cat to cat until they were all capable of beaming the green light, even this kitty, our old Grimalkin Goo. | Source

We Love Kitties!

My husband said, "We love these kitties. What can we do with this information? How will it make us happier or healthier?"

Husband is a great health enthusiast. I won't remind him, but our move to the country to grow more of what we eat, and reduce our stress was initially his idea. I think some days that I like it even better than he does, mainly because of our cats' activities' impact on Husband.

"Why don't we pretend we don't see it?" I asked one day, "Like we did last time we saw your brother out with that woman."

"I don't know what you mean, dear." Husband said.

Then another one came--Arthur, fearless fish thief.
Then another one came--Arthur, fearless fish thief. | Source

Alien and Native Cats Choose Us

We didn't always have this gang of kitties. When we moved here we brought only one cat and our two Miniature Schnauzer dogs, Grace and George. The rest of the gang one by one has found us and chose to live here with us. My husband claims they are sent from above.

Each time Arthur kills a mouse, I agree. Mousing used to be my chore, and I sure hated it. Arthur doesn't mind at all.

Arthur came to us one night while Husband was cleaning fish on the porch. Arthur somehow knew right where he was--home. Arthur immediately ran to the pile of fish and all one half-pound of Arthur fuzzed up and began hissing at my husband to scare Husband off while Arthur stole enough fish carcasses for five cats. The fish were all bigger than him, so he bit them and dragged them along between his front legs like a proper panther.

The Truth is Out There

As She Grew

Arthur L, as we called her, did not grow to become what  Husband calls, "like a regular cat, like everyone else's cats."
Arthur L, as we called her, did not grow to become what Husband calls, "like a regular cat, like everyone else's cats." | Source

Cat Claiming and Bragging

Early days, we decided we better not make any claims about our cats. The old cat who moved here with us was a Manx named Bob. That's all we do know. I remind Husband that these others are just cats as far as we know. Husband says alien cats can be born on other planets and then brought here, making them alien in origin and breeding. They can also be born here, making them alien in origin only. I don't know how he knows the things he knows.

More Hard Evidence

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Signs of Alienation in Cats, Kitties, and Felines

 
 
 
Probably an Alien
Likely an Alien
Defintiely an Alien
Likes fish in a can
Loves fish in a can
Will fight you for fish of any kind
Demonstrates otherworldly behavior occasionally
Behaves as if s/he is not from around here sometimes
Wakes up in a new world everyday
Occasionally looks at things you don't see
Sees things you don't sometimes
Carries on whole life in invisible world
Use this handy chart to identify and measure alienation in cats, kitties, and felines of every stripe. DON'T ALLOW CATS, DOGS, KITTIES, OR FELINES TO VIEW THIS MATERIAL! Many of them can read. That is what they are doing when they lie across your boo

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      FlourishAnyway 

      12 months ago from USA

      This was funny! So that’s what they’re doing when they lay across your book or newspaper— reading, data collecting. I have some that hub with me and I swear they are my editors. It’s funny how cats know how some houses are safe can friendly houses that offer food, warmth and anything else an alien may need. We slay and neuter and vaccinate anybody who comes by. There are enough aliens! We have 9, most of whom showed up as volunteers like yours did. Beautiful photos of your cats!

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