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Have you followed your cat?

fluffycat
fluffycat Member Posts: 215 Pioneering
Am intrigued where our ‘meows’ go when out on the town!

Could be asleep in a hammock or second home, getting topped up with kibble etc.

Or do they gang-up and paint the neighbourhood red?

Mine seems to stalk another cat (maybe female) and it rolls around sometimes to my meow. (Though mine soon getting neutered)   

Wonder how they decide which cat is friend or foe?

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  • Tori_Scope
    Tori_Scope Posts: 6,575

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    Perhaps they burst into song, like in the musical @fluffycat! It's a good question. 

    I often wonder how they decide too. I think a lot of the time it depends on how well socialised the cat is, and whether there's any 'competition' to be top cat.
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  • Sandy_123
    Sandy_123 Member Posts: 2,180 Pioneering
    You can buy a camera to attach to a coller, I recon they get up to all sorts, going different houses to look cute for a piece of meat off the dinner plate, the cat over the road who is well looked after, in a blingy coller, comes in mine if window is open, goes in kitchen to see what she can find, then back out the window.
    As if she lives here. I've also a black stray cat that comes looking for treats and food. He's been visiting about 4 years. He lys on the grass if we have a bbq in summer hoping some1 drops a sausage. 

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