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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by edesignuk, Jul 14, 2009.
Cheeky little buggers! I love 'em though
My cat does better: he meows, purrs and yawns at the same time. It's freakin' adorable!
Really? Out of all the things, thats the best they can research?
I'm sorry, but the story is bunk.
People don't own cats. Rather cats own their people.
Knowledge appears flippant to all who can't see an application.
Funny how animals have a tendency to use us. I thought we were the more intelligent species.
I watched this today and this article reminded me of it
Click forward to 3:03.
EDIT: For those who can't watch it on Hulu, try http://www.fox.com/cleveland/
click watch trailer preview, then skip again to 3:03
Humm. I wish they had paid me — I would have given them years' worth of research.
I know that "soliciting purr" too well. Especially around 5 in the morning (summer time) if the bedroom door isn't locked "properly".
And if my anus had wheels, I'd be a mean wagon.
This explains much...
Cats are scary. Especially when you're just about to fall asleep, then you hear one make a "reow" cat noise.
Yep my cat used to do that when i lived back home at my parents OR they jump on your bed and land on you
My cats do that all the time. The little one, which weighs about 2 pounds, eats as much as she weighs, per day. As soon as I go in the house, she will come in and start purring and crying for food.
OT: Why do cats stick their butts up in the air when you scratch them there?
That is exactly why I am not a pet person. They scare me!
Have you not ever been touched in such a way that it makes you squirm? I imagine that's what it is, kind of like being tickled but not as menacing. At least this is what I make of it. My cat translator is still in the works.
Exactly! Dogs have owners. Cats have slaves.
It's funny, because cats also 'meow' towards humans. Cats don't make that noise towards any other animal.
I listened to that and have to say that for something that had to be 'researched' by a bunch of academics it all strikes me as being slightly obvious. High pitched, urgent meow, cat wants something? Their research has nothing on lolcats as a work on feline behaviour
I loves me some kittehs.
Before breakfast my cat purrs like crazy. He has been very close and attentive.
After breakfast, he gives the "do I know you?" look.
It was an interesting article when I read it, and I wanted to listen closer to his purr. However, I was running kinda late this morning and just gave him chow before he even got close to me.
Ah, much better stated.
Snort. That look is golden especially when given from above as they bask on a piece of tall furniture.
I had a cat once that never gave the look and gave those nose taps on demand. She was the bestest cat evaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
Manipulative little s***!
Whatever. He's cute. Its not like I need to be manipulated to give him luvz.
It's truly hard to beat a purring cat in terms of persuasiveness and affection. It just gets ya right there, deep down.
I've got a kitten on my lap right now and she's purring, also nipping at my fingers. She really is Teh Cuteness.
I would imagine cats are pretty conniving.