How do you express your opinion? Smile, laugh, frown, growl, hiss or maybe you might turn and walk away.
Okay, yes I did say hiss and I did say growl. I’ve heard some people hiss and growl; but, this time I’m not talking two legged people, just four footed fur people. We have two cats in our home, both adult. One grew up in our home, the other is fairly new. The older one has not been spayed and occasionally will go into heat. Well, guess. She got friendly and new cat decided to ignore her. Heat cat was rubbing, purring and being ignored. The next thing I saw, she backed up and sat on the other cat’s rump. The look on the cat’s face was hilarious. I never knew a cat’s eyes could almost bug out!
Okay, heat cat left; next day, my husband is sleeping. Of course, this means that heat cat is being ignored again. He woke me up and told me she was sitting on the side of his face. We both laughed and shooed her off. Thought nothing more about it.
Today, being ignored again, heat cat sat on the head of new cat. Well, there are many ways to express opinions; and, claws in the other person’s rump do express a lack of appreciation very well. Heat cat left the scene grumbling and not quite growling. Kitty cat cussing! It seems that human beings aren’t the only ones who grumble, gripe and cuss. Who knew?!!