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Comment by AnnelidaFilms on October 3, 2010 at 4:47pm
He was just checking if your were "ready" yet. The little darlings spend their lives just waiting to find us at room temperature so they can have a feast.

This was a smart vid to make for your ensuing lawsuit. ;)
Comment by lima on October 3, 2010 at 7:58pm
I had a super sized callico when I was younger that would jump out from around the corner and go right for my ankles and bite them, but he was only playing around, even though I did walk around with scratches and bites most of the time.

is the cat supposed to be inside and is now stuck outside?

Oh... look at him... just protecting his home.... go get some temptation treats, chicken flavor... its like kitty crack! That cat will be loving you something awful.

I always take note on what can flavor food does not get eaten and don't bother buying it again.
Comment by PresOfWeb on October 4, 2010 at 10:11am
@ Annelida, yes, "just checking", it's weird how long his upper fangs are.
@ Lima, he's been outside for 2 months, has lost most of his "house fat", and seems to be thriving. He's safe.
Comment by NatureJunkie on October 4, 2010 at 3:55pm
LOL at AnnelidaFilms. Sometimes I have wondered if that isn't true.

@Pres: That kitty is a very agitated, fearful cat. Humans ain't the only neurotics walking this old world.
Comment by photo2010 on October 5, 2010 at 1:53am
@Pres, I agree with NJ. I also think he may feel abandoned by his family. Cats are very
emotional beings.
Comment by PresOfWeb on October 5, 2010 at 10:19am
I'm also wondering if the attack was some sort of exaggerated "love bite". This cat is capable of inflicting some real damage, but it didn't. It was more like the mating pounce, neck bite, that male cats do, but without the foreplay.
The last two feedings have gone well, with no stalking, and no attempts by him to be pet.
Comment by BlancheNoE on October 6, 2010 at 12:21pm
This is why I've only had one cat. The love/hate thing,...yeah. I adopted a stray who would be extremely affectionate one minute and then full on attack the next. I too think it has to do with sexual arousal and/or frustration. I was pregnant when I adopted him so maybe he was trying to cause me to abort so that only his genes were passed on?,....no, seriously,...animal behavior can be seriously effed up sometimes,....just look how we human animals can treat each other. On the other end of the cat spectrum, a friend of mine had an orange boy named Homey who is still in my top five favorite animals of all time. The stray that I adopted ran away after 4 months and I admit that I didn't go looking for him. Keep putting on the Neosprin,...there can be some very nasty germs in cat bites and scratches, almost as bad as human germs.
Comment by PresOfWeb on October 6, 2010 at 3:17pm
@ Blanch, thanks for the germ reminder. I will apply some right now.

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