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14 years 10 months ago #288867 by Seaside
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I think she was saying "Look what I can do, you useless balls of fluff". Or ner ner ner ner ner ner.

We seem to be having a lot of live mice released in the house at the moment also. Must be the time of year.

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14 years 10 months ago #288879 by judes
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I have a cat which frequently brings things he catches back and 'gives' it to one of the other cats or the dogs, he calls as he brings it to the house so its a case of 'first in first served' :D and it is always still alive when he does this.
I had a half grown kitten bring me a live rabbit repeatedly one day and because I couldn't kill it I would let it go, the kitten would look at me disgustedly and go fetch it again despite my attempts to prevent it. When my older cat came back from wherever he had been, he took the kitten with the rabbit away from me to behind the hedge (like it was a big secret) and when they returned about 10 mins later the kitten had a dead rabbit and a happy look on his face. I believe the old cat taught him how to deal with rabbits and all manner of prey.

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14 years 10 months ago #289129 by The Kats Place
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she was feeding her family

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14 years 10 months ago #289149 by kate
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Sadly, she just did it again and her family lost the damn mouse :(

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14 years 10 months ago #289228 by beedee
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Of course this could be a gift from the new cat.. and slowly breaking ground.. it would be interesting for you to leave home for the day and leave the doors open and see how many cats you have on return... video camera at the door tho.

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14 years 9 months ago #289996 by The Kats Place
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She has decided that she is their mother and is providing for them

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14 years 9 months ago #290050 by max2
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having this week found a dead but intact rabbit under E's bed (I thought she had left wet socks in there.....) Mouse in our house (female burmese) obviously has other reasons to bring in the wild food harvest from outside.

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14 years 9 months ago #290115 by kate
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I can cope with Tash bringing in corpses, she does it all the time, but I hate it when she brings in live prey...especially rats :( :(

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14 years 9 months ago #290233 by max2
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yep, ya have to wonder about that theory. Why bring it back its my question? What is wrong with staying outside under a nice bush or tree?

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14 years 9 months ago #290353 by jeannielea
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In my experience cats will do anything to claim the best place by the fire. We had much entertainment from our two and often one would get up for some reason and the other who had appeared to be totally asleep would be in the vacated spot within seconds.

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