They say, a dog needs a master ... but the cat, needs a personal staff !
Madam, I am too busy tending her whims, to note ... if her pooping under the cupboard was funny, or not.
My male black cat once brought in a live baby rabbit into the house and plopped it down underneath the kitchen table. I saw my cat walking out from under the table, and when i looked down to see what was up, there was this brown little rabbit. I picked it up, brought it outside, and then watched as it sat there for a good 5 minutes (probably shock) before it ran away. My other cat had just had kittens, so we think Gigi (the black cat) got jealous, and wanted a kitten of his own.
Everytime after she ate wet food, without cleaning her mouth first, she always came to me and kissed me on the mouth. I guess that is her way to say thank you, but... blewh! The smell is awful!
One of three cats I raised on a bottle, now grown, jumped up on the bed where I was, marked time on my chest, and commenced to bite my nipple through the material of my clothing and tried to nurse.
Aww,, i can't name anything.. that's probably because everything my cats do are all funny to me.
My calico Kiki, who always makes sure her own grown kitten comes when food is put out etc, ran out to find the dog at feeding time and herded her in to, before she came in to eat. So cute! A true mother.
Kiki's son curls up in the dog bed with the same dog to sleep, all the time. They also eat out of the same dish (dog food or cat food). cross cultural communication.
I have two girl cats, one is very mellow and the other one is very energetic. When it's feeding time, the mellow one eats up all her food and turns to the plate of the energetic one. Go figure!
My cat , Snoop, gets up into my bed and actually pulls the covers up to his chin. If I try to move him he grumbles at me!
my cat Noel she takes over my bed tucking her self in beside me some times and when she thinks she needs more room she kicks me until i move. and also she fetches i never taught her this she learned it on her own its pretty funny to watch her jump for the toy . i think she's the most strangest cat I've ever owned and I've had some crazy cats in the past. also her food is in a plastic container so no bugs get into it .. well miss noel gets my attention by standing there for a good hour or so clawing it. even when she got food in her dish .. idk she is mental.. but i wouldn't trade her for anything
by Nicole 3 years ago
What is the funniest thing your cat does?!I would love to see you guys share some photos if you can or describe something your cat does that just cracks you up. My cat does several things varying from napping in the sink, laundry baskets, open drawers, and randomly running around the house for no...
by Joana e Bruno 6 years ago
What is the funniest/weirdest thing that happened on your wedding day?
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
What is the silliest thing your cat ever did?My little cat, Bandera, likes to play with superballs. She knocks them under the furniture, then waits for them to come out, so she can pounce on them. Works with lizards; doesn't work with superballs. When we moved, we found 20 superballs she'd hidden...
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