Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Katzenfreund, Jan 9, 2017.
@Katz haha good one all cats are very intelligent ever
I Agree. Cats are very intelligent. But so are pigs.
And, IMHO, pigs taste better.
You have tasted cat to know the difference?
@Joe C: See here
Sorry for the double post, but I couldn't shut off the underline on the link.
I have heard stories about meat tasting funny, but good from certain chinese restaraunts in Brooklyn.
I seriously doubt that they were serving clown or pig. despite what snopes says, it's been done.
Ever seen a pig doing anything like this?
No. But I've seen a pig do this
ive seen pigs do this
ive seen pigs fly
I'm sure a cat could do that too. but let's not find out
Cats can fly too, only for real.
You all might consider taking a look at this thread I posted.
Some important things to know.
It's a trick. In every instance, the trainer's hands fall out of camera range. As a matter of fact, in the second and fourth instance you can clearly see the cat glancing at the trainer, whom is no doubt directing the cat. But hey, if you want to be easily amused, don't let me rain on your parade
@ MJ well during my travels with big trucks I already see persons eating cats in small city's on deep countryside of Brazil unfortunately as also several soldiers into amazon forest eating small monkeys, jiboias and another animals is terrible how to persons can make this thing I think that world are stay very crazy
Which are the second and fourth instance? There are two phases to the game (with 3 and 4 cups), and at least during the first one the cat never looks at anything else than the cups.
Incorrect facts, therefore wrong theory.
In fact, spoilsport attempt failed.
Well...cats do have fast reflexes.
But pigs still taste better.
@ adorable MJ as ever is absolutely correct
Let me say that I love -ALL- animals. Not just cats. Animals have an almost angelic way of giving pure love and affection with no strings attached.
One of my closest friends has a poodle named Betty. Betty is very aloof, and does not like to be touched. I was sitting at my workbench and she walked up and nudged my leg.
I reached down to pet her. It was if she was asking me to pick her up. So I did. I held her in my lap and she cuddled against me in the standard dog fashion, pressing her head into my bosom.
She made me feel so good that day. The sad thing is that I may never see her again, as she went to live in Rhode Island with the parents of my BFF. Was She saying goodbye? Possibly. It's happened to me before, with many pets.
It's important to watch the signs. Often times, they're subtle. But if you look, the rewards are incredible.