It’s Caturday!

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64 Responses to It’s Caturday!

  1. MaryfromMarin says:

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  2. czarowniczy says:

    Nice pic Stella…who says you can’t train a cat?

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  3. nyetneetot says:

    Happy Caturday!

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  4. litenmaus says:

    Nyet, have you been eating those brownies again??

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  5. amwick says:

    Today there are Celtic Games in our area… so

    Happy Caturday…

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  8. lovely says:

    “Sorry lady, the fish are not for sale.”

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  9. G-d&Country says:

    Really pretty Caturday picture too!

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  10. czarowniczy says:

    We have a couple of colonies of feral cats in the woods around the farm. You generally don’t see them but we have one really lsrge black-and-white shorthair that we’ll see prowling around the fringes.
    Yesterday I had the blond dog out with me and, as I was walking down the drive the b&w cat runs across the drive in that playful half-speed lope cats have. About ten feet behind the cat, at the same speed, was the loping blond dog apoarently having a great time with the cat.
    Appears ‘feral’ is a fungible term.

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    • stella says:

      Perhaps the B&W wasn’t always feral.

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      I think you’re right with your last statement.

      Cats and dogs are dependents on humans. After so long the domesticated ones interact with the real feral ones, but your domesticated dog is actively domesticating the so-called feral cats.

      I spent seven years befriending Miss Kittty. Only in the last winter I knew her did she allow me to pick her up, place her on my lap, and make her purr.

      I have pictures.

      But Tripod, her friend in the alley, was who domesticated her, and turned her from feral cat into orange tiger on my lap, just by sitting on my lap himself for all of seven years. By year 8 she said, “Okay, he must be sitting Wooly’s lap for some reason….” and finally climbed up.

      Sheepdogs domesticate sheep, too. Your blond dog is domesticating those semi-ferals.

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