Do you like my new Demon Cat costume? If the horns fit, wear 'em, I always say!
So, my brofur get off restriction last night and go outside. This not make me very happy because those are my territories, and of course, he wish to claim them. So we have another squabble over outside. Night before last we fight over who gets to use Bean as cat furniture. In the end, neither of us do.
Anyway, he go outside and a while later, he is out on the Veranda again, meowling very loudly. If fact, we as meowling to signal that he had caught something, something very large and potential very dangerous.
We Cats signal when we catch prey and bring it back to the den. This is to let kittens know in advance that we have something that is still alive and potential dangerous. The reason we bring live preys back to the den is to teach the kittens how to kill. Otherwise how they learn, they not have something to practice on.
Generally speaking, the loudness of our signal signifies how dangerous the prey is. A softer meow means the prey no really hurt you, while a very loud yowl mean to watch yourself as you could get hurt if you not handle the prey just right.
My brofur is of course, very loud to begin with. Hence we coin the word "Meowl" to describe the sound me make, which is kind of like a cross between a meow and a yowl.
In any case, he out on the veranda and he starts meowling that he caught prey. And give all the noise he was making, I was envisioning something along the like of a full grown alien from the Aliens 2 move. But no.
Do you know what he catch?
A very deadly stick form the noise he was making.
My bean of course heap profuse praise upon him for saving the world for this deadly stick he
Well...perhaps there's a beginner's curve involved?
Bast only knows the kind of noise he will make should he ever catch a rat!
My bean have upper respiratory infection (again), so I imagine the upcoming weekend will be pretty quite around here again. Unless of course Tabby brofur catch another stick.
But I hope that your weekend is just SPOOK-tacular!