A Conversation for Caption Challenge: Cat in Hiding

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Matter Master

The sweet little kitten is ready to pounce on the pc mouse and to find out why is that human looking at a screen.


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Post 2

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

He pounces a lot, Rosa. smiley - hugsmiley - cat


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Post 3

bob_hampshire

Cata Hari

Good cover photo for a spy novel


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Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

smiley - roflsmiley - ok


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Post 5

paulh, hiding under my bed

"I'm not ready for my closeup, Mr. de Mille. Oh, where is that makeup man? I need him now!"


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Post 6

Paigetheoracle

Cats are by nature socially distant and embarrassed by the antics of immature dogs, especially puppies (good grief, get down -don't jump over everybody, like a ...puppy)


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paulh, hiding under my bed

Someone studied the degree to which cats and dogs could bond with their humans.Turns out they are equally good at this.

Maybe cats only pretend to be distant? smiley - winkeye


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Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

TJ smiley - cat is much more insistent about being petted and fussed over than Lola smiley - dog.


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paulh, hiding under my bed

I expect that you are very popular with your pets, Dmitri.


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Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

It helps to be a pushover. smiley - rofl


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Post 11

paulh, hiding under my bed

Yes, but that's a good thing. very few axe murderers are animal lovers. Not that I know a large sample of such personally. smiley - whistle


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Post 12

Paigetheoracle

It's a sign - animal cruelty. I wonder if it applies to being nasty to editors?


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Post 13

paulh, hiding under my bed

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I wouldn't be intentionally mean to editors. I'm just marching to a very different drumbeat. And maybe -- just maybe -- I like to argue. I'm far from perfect. And I feel this terrible guilt sometimes. smiley - sadface

I remember the kerfuffle when I put something in my name about sleeping cats. I like to watch antics of kittens dashing all around the place, chasing their tails, or getting their paws caught in yarn, or chasing strobe lights smiley - laugh. It was always about the most positive aspects of cats, not meaning to put them down. And then there's the debate about black and white versus color. I love orange tiger cats. The orangeness of them is a huge part of my love for them. I'm lucky to have someone else's cat in my yard form time to time.


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Post 14

paulh, hiding under my bed

But it's all good. smiley - smiley

I've realized hat sleeping cats are fine, too.


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Post 15

Paigetheoracle

Catch 22 and let them all go


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paulh, hiding under my bed

I'd be hapy to let them chase the mice in my house. If they could do so quietly and without wrecking my stuff, that is. probably too much to ask. smiley - yikes


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Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

If your stuff is in a cat's way, that's too bad for the stuff. smiley - rofl


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Post 18

Matter Master

Simba smiley - cat, has began to follow me into the bathroom (shower room), to me that he needs feeding. It is difficult to take a photograph as he keeps on moving his head away from the camera.


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Post 19

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Post Editor

Aw. smiley - hug I can usually get the cats - but dogs always walk toward you.


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