Yes they do. One of mine has made me the lovely gesture of doing a heart-shaped poo.
(On the newspaper I have to spread around the tray because the precious little prince and princesses won't use the litter after each other.)
I'm glad most celebs are being laughed at but i did like this
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He may have followed directly behind one of your own cats. I think cat relationships with other cats outside of their home/family is a lot more complicated than we realize.I was woken earlier by the sound of a cat hitting the cat flap, when I looked I saw it was the cat who has been trying to adopt me for the last few months, inside trying to get out. There's no way he could have got in, it only works with Chico and Molly's chips, I opened the door and he ran out . He's a handsome chap, kind of sandy/ blue tabby and big, definitely a house cat, a lot bigger than Chico but that doesn't stop Chico beating him up every time he sees him. Chico's my appointed minder, he takes the job very seriously .
Cats have always wanted to adopt me, ( I believe cats can sense generosity in a person ), when Chico first turned up I tried to dissuade him due to all the wildlife he was killing, but he had made up his mind and I had no say in the matter, he considered I needed looking after and he was the best cat for the job. When I meet a cat I treat them for what they are, an intelligent individual and cats like this, what most cats hate is being treated like a pet, and I think this is why cats have a reputation for being awkward, I have no problems with Chico and Molly, we are friends living together looking out for each other.He may have followed directly behind one of your own cats. I think cat relationships with other cats outside of their home/family is a lot more complicated than we realize.
I've seen deadly territorial enemies join forces to see off a new enemy, I've seen cats that have fought each other numerous times just chill out together suggesting they've reached a decision.
Cats can also be loving and supportive one minute to each other only to kick the crap out of each other moments later and that's in their own family.
Cat on cat behaviour with those outside of their litter are always fraught as they don't just rely on sight but all the other senses too. They're not really designed to live together but they do and they do it often successfully.
This is why the opinion that dogs are smarter than cats because they live in packs always makes me laugh. Dogs have evolved to live in packs, cats haven't but they still manage to do it whilst overcoming their inbuilt tendency to be solitary.
No Shady, you're definitely not a picky moaning sod! I completely agree. I'm surprised the cat in the photo tolerates wearing it. I doubt either of my cats would sit still long enough to allow any garment to be put on them -- not that I would even attempt it. My Caroline would likely tear it to shreds within minutes. That cat must be graciously indulging an act of human quirkiness.I never understood someone making a cat wear something like that, they have a perfectly beautiful coat as it is, i can understand if it is really really cold or the cats had an op and its chilly cause the furs been shaved, but not for the hell of it. Or am i just a picky moaning sod
I agree shady but I have a cat ( or rather she has me ), that has had a hard life which means she comfort grooms until she bleeds so has to wear an anxiety reducing coat all the time, she's happy enough but if she gets it off will make a mess of her self in minuets, that jumper would look good on her but would not last long.I never understood someone making a cat wear something like that, they have a perfectly beautiful coat as it is, i can understand if it is really really cold or the cats had an op and its chilly cause the furs been shaved, but not for the hell of it. Or am i just a picky moaning sod