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Cats or Psycho Cats?

I do indeed like cats but to me they are natural animal psychopaths that like to play with and eventually kill almost anything small on a typical outdoor day! Hell! How many of us have been given gifts from our loving cats like dead mice, birds or whatever on the front stoop?

Some cats may make Ted Bundy look like a Sunday school teacher. Wait a minute! The BTK serial killer was also a deacon or Sunday school teacher?

No! He was only elected president of his local church council.

Yes! You can fool most of the people most of the time! Especially if you’re in elected office!

How many cat lovers have I lost today?

🧐……🤓……🤗

Probably no more than I lose in total on a normal day!

Notes. Outdoor domestic cats are a recognized threat to global biodiversity. Cats have contributed to the extinction of 63 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles in the wild and continue to adversely impact a wide variety of other species, including those at risk of extinction such as Piping Plover.

Cats and Birds | American Bird Conservancy

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15 replies on “Cats or Psycho Cats?”

Cause that’s what cats do!

Outdoor domestic cats are a recognized threat to global biodiversity. Cats have contributed to the extinction of 63 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles in the wild and continue to adversely impact a wide variety of other species, including those at risk of extinction such as Piping Plover.

Cats and Birds | American Bird Conservancy

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Because they’re social creatures, cats might worry about human beings’ rather underdeveloped hunting instincts, and by bringing dead animals, they may be trying to show us how it’s done. Cats sometimes kill mice because they’re feeling charitable and want to present their owner with a thoughtful gift.

In your case even live mice!

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