Animal Quotes

  • 21% of U.S. households have at least one cat.
  • 25% of cat owners blow dry their Cats hair after a bath.
  • 32% of those who own their own home, also own at least one cat.
  • 34% of cat-owning households have incomes of $60,000 or more.
  • 95% of all cat owners admit they talk to their cats.
  • A Cats eyes have a layer of extra reflecting cells which absorb light.
  • A Sociable Cat will follow you from room to room to monitor your activities throughout the day.
  • A bag of cats - A bad-tempered person, such as: She's a real bag of cats this afternoon.
  • A blate cat maks a prood moose.- Old Scot saying
  • A cat always rights itself in the same way, provided it has the time to do so, during a fall.
  • A cat can be let out without supervision and will return when called.
  • A cat can go to the bathroom alone. Dogs need an escort.
  • A cat can jump 5 times as high as it is tall.
  • A cat can rotate its ears independently 180 degrees and can turn in the direction of sound 10 times faster than those of the best watchdog.
  • A cat can see in color.
  • A cat can see up to 120 feet away. Their peripheral vision is about 285 degrees.
  • A cat cannot see directly under its nose. This is why the cat cannot seem to find tidbits on the floor.
  • A cat come back to full alertness from the sleep state faster than any other creature.
  • A cat could be man's best friend, but never stoops to it.
  • A cat diet lacking arginine causes marked weight loss and can be rapidly fatal.
  • A cat does not need to have at least 1 litter to be healthy, nor will they miss motherhood.
  • A cat has a layer of extra reflecting cells which absorb light.
  • A cat has a total of 24 whiskers, 4 rows of whiskers on each side. The upper two rows can move independently of the bottom two rows.
  • A cat has approximately 60 to 80 million olfactory cells (a hooman has between 5 and 20 million).
  • A cat has five more vertebrae in her spinal column than her hooman does.
  • A cat has more bones than a hooman; hoomans have 206, but the cat has 230.
  • A cat in gloves catches no mice - Sometimes you can't accomplish a goal by being careful and polite.
  • A cat is _always_ on the wrong side of the door.
  • A cat is a diagram and pattern of subtle air.
  • A cat is a four footed allergen.
  • A cat is a friend who will never betray you.
  • A cat is a terrible thing to waste ... Drive safely.
  • A cat is all love and energy...
  • A cat is always on the wrong side of the door.
  • A cat is an animal who never cries over spilled milk.
  • A cat is an extension of God.
  • A cat is domestic only as far as it suits its own ends.
  • A cat is easier to train than a man
  • A cat is just a bundle of purr.
  • A cat is nobody's fool.
  • A cat is only domestic in so far as suits its own needs.
  • A cat is pregnant for about 58-65 days. This is roughly two months.
  • A cat is the universe's way of showing us purr-fection.
  • A cat may look at a King.
  • A cat named Kitty gave birth to 2 kittens at the age of 30, having given birth to a documented 218 kittens in her lifetime.
  • A cat sees about 6 times better than a hooman at night, and needs 1/6 the amount of of light that a hooman does.
  • A cat sleeps fat, yet walks thin.
  • A cat stretches from one end of my childhood to the other.
  • A cat that bites you after you have rubbed his stomach, is probably biting out of pleasure, not anger.
  • A cat uses its whiskers for measuring distances.
  • A cat will always sit on whatever you're trying to read.
  • A cat will amost never meow at another cat. This sound is reserved for hoomans.
  • A cat will be your friend, but never your slave. - Theophile Gautier
  • A cat will do what it wants when it wants, and there's not a thing you can do about it. - Frank Perkins
  • A cat will spend nearly 30% of her life grooming herself.
  • A cat will tremble or shiver when it is in extreme pain.
  • A cat with a mellow personality will usually have no trouble accepting an outgoing cat as an addition to the household.
  • A cat would be man's best friend, but never stoops to it.
  • A cat would check to see if you brought anything to eat, and if not, would turn and walk away, tail held high. - Mike Deupree
  • A cat, the only self-cleaning appliance in the house.
  • A cats brain is more similar to a man's brain than that of a dog.
  • A cats courage is as strong as a dog's chain.
  • A cats ear pivots 180 degrees. They have 30 muscles in each ear, and use twelve or more muscles to control their ear movement.
  • A cats field of vision is about 185 degrees.
  • A cats gestation period is between 61 - 70 days.
  • A cats hearing is much more sensitive than hoomans and dogs.
  • A cats heart beats twice as fast as a hooman heart, at 110 to 140 beats per minute.
  • A cats jaw has only up and down motion; it does not have any lateral, side to side motion, like dogs and hoomans.
  • A cats normal body temperature is 101.5 degrees. This is slightly warmer than a hoomans.
  • A cats normal pulse is 140-240 beats per minute, with an average of 195.
  • A cats pulse is between 130 - 240 beats per minute.
  • A cats purr is sound of it generating mystery and enigma
  • A cats purr is the rumble of peace in the animal kingdom.
  • A cats purr is the sound of it generating cute
  • A cats purr is the sound of it generating mystery.
  • A cats purr: Most effective stress medicine known.
  • A cats way of keeping law & order is Claw Enforcement.
  • A cats worst enemy is a closed door.
  • A closed door is an attack on a cats personal freedom.
  • A collar and tag can help your cat find his way home should he ever be lost. BETTER = electronic ID chip
  • A common practice is to use a laser pointer to draw the cat to a prepositioned toy so the cat gets a reward at the end of the chase.
  • A dog is a dog, but a cat is a purrson.
  • A dog knows when you're sad. And he'll try to comfort you. Cats don't care how you feel, as long as you remember where the can opener is.
  • A domestic cat can run at speeds of 30 mph.
  • A domestic cat can sprint at about 31 miles per hour.
  • A domestic cats sense of smell is about fourteen times as strong as a hooman's.
  • A female cat will be pregnant for approximately 9 weeks - between 62 and 65 days from conception to delivery.
  • A female cat with two X chromosomes may have orange and black colors in its coat.
  • A female cats heat periods last about 4 to 7 days every two weeks usually from January/Feburary through October.
  • A flashlight makes a great cat toy. Turn the flashlight on in a dark room, and watch your feline chase the beam of light.
  • A form of AIDS exists in cats.
  • A group of cats is called a clowder.
  • A group of kittens is called a kindle.
  • A happy cat means a happy household.
  • A heat period lasts about 4 to 7 days if the female cat is bred; if not, the heat period lasts longer and recurs at regular intervals.
  • A home without a cat is only a house.
  • A kitten is chiefly remarkable for rushing about like mad at nothing whatever and generally stopping before it gets there - Agnes Repplier
  • A kitten will typically weigh about 3 ounces at birth.
  • A kittens eyes usually open between 7 and 10 days, but sometimes it happens in as little as 2 days.
  • A large percentage of cats are infected with the parisite that causes toxoplasmosis.
  • A lover of cats is called an Ailurophile.
  • A male, with only one X chromosome, can have only orange or black, not both.
  • A meow massages the heart. - Stuart McMillan
  • A neutered male sheds much less than a non-neutered male.
  • A purring cat and a glowing fireplace makes winter bearable.
  • A regular flashlight with a well-focused light has been commonly used in play with cats for decades, preceding the laser pointers.
  • A shy, quiet cat is well suited as a companion to a cat who demands a lot of attention.
  • A single pair of Cats and their kittens can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just 7 years.
  • A steady diet of dog food may cause blindness in your cat - it lacks taurine.
  • A tabby named Dusty gave birth to 420 documented kittens in her lifetime.
  • About 37% of American homes today have at least one cat.
  • According to a Gallup poll, most American pet owners obtain their cats by adopting strays.
  • According to myth, a cat sleeping with all four paws tucked under means cold weather is coming.
  • Ack. Phfft. Thptpth. - Bill the Cat
  • Actually, cats are quite good at domesticating hoomans.
  • After 2 weeks the kittens eyes will be open, but still cloudy and their defensive hiss will be gone.
  • After a hard day, it's nice to come home to a warm cat.
  • After about 20 to 30 minutes. once the female cat is finished grooming, the mating cycle will repeat.
  • After mating, the female cat will wash her vulva thoroughly. If a male attempts to breed with her at this point, the female will attack him.
  • Ah, I'm sorry sir, the cats eaten it.
  • Ailurophile is the official word for cat lovers.
  • Ailurophilia is the love of cats
  • All I need to know I learned from my cat.
  • All cats are right.
  • All cats need taurine in their diet to avoid blindness. Cats must also have fat in their diet as they are unable to produce it on their own.
  • All dogs go to heaven. Cats watch them leave.
  • All of this generosity has made me tired. * Cat
  • Allergic reactions to cat dander and/or cat saliva are common.
  • Alley cat - A stray or homeless cat.
  • Almost 10% of a cats bones are in its tail, and the tail is used to maintain balance.
  • Although cats are adaptable, feral cats are unable to thrive in extreme cold and heat.
  • Although cats can be selective eaters, they generally cannot tolerate lack of food for more than 36 hours without risking liver damage.
  • Although scratching can serve cats to keep their claws from growing excessively long, their nails can be trimmed with a small nail trimmer.
  • Always turn and look when your cat gazes behind you with that intent look in their eyes ... there might actually be something there.
  • Always use the litter box while hooman is cleaning it.
  • An adult cat has 32 teeth.
  • An ailurophile is a person who loves cats. The word ailuro is from the ancient Greek word for cat.
  • An aquarium is interactive television for cats.
  • An average cat has 1-8 kittens per litter, and 2-3 litters per year.
  • An estimated 50% of today's cat owners never take their cats to a veterinarian for health care.
  • An exaggerated fear of cats is known as ailurophobia.
  • An idiom attributed to Ben Franklin in Poor Richard's Almanac
  • Ancient Egyptian family members shaved their eyebrows in mourning when the family cat died.
  • And on the 8th day, God created cats.
  • And why _did_ cats decide to become domestic animals?
  • Another breed of cat - something different from anything else
  • Anything not nailed down is a cat toy.
  • Application of minoxidil (Rogaine) to the skin of cats, either accidentally or by well-meaning owners, has sometimes been fatal.
  • Apply a product called Sticky Paws (similar to double-sided tape) to the surface a cat is prone to scratch.
  • Aproximately 50% of production of taurine goes to pet food production with the other half to pharmaceutical applications.
  • Aren't cats just little furry balls of love?
  • As alert as a mouse at a cat show.
  • As anyone who owns a cat knows: no one can own a cat.
  • As busy as a one-eyed cat watching two mouse holes.
  • As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat. - Ellen Perry Berkeley
  • As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.
  • As much chance as a wax cat in hell - There is no chance at all.
  • As nervous as a cat in a room full of rocking chairs - Someone with frayed nerves; jumpy
  • Aspirin, which is sometimes used to treat arthritis in cats, is much more toxic to them than to hoomans and must be administered cautiously.
  • At 5-7 weeks is time to introduce the kittens to the litter box.
  • At 5-7 weeks kittens will be very playful, jumping up and down, batting their litter mates and general chasing and pouncing each other.
  • At 5-7 weeks the mother starts to change her behavior towards kittens, such as stop licking the kittens rear-end to stimulate elimination.
  • At 7 weeks the kittens are now more confident and coordinated. This is a time the mother will teach the kittens a great deal.
  • At eight weeks, the kittens are starting to react more like adults towards a threatening situation and play will begin to change.
  • At first, the female cat will reject the male, but eventually the female will allow the male to mate.
  • At nine weeks the kittens play will become more aggressive towards each other and squabbles between kittens can erupt.
  • At their fastest, cats can run at 30mph.
  • Attempts have been made to breed cats that are less likely to provoke an allergic reaction in hoomans.
  • Backward-pointing spikes on a cats tongue aid in their grooming.
  • Bathed the cat - took HOURS to get the hair off my tongue.
  • Be sure to keep anti-freeze away from all animals - it's sweet and enticing, but deadly poison.
  • Because of their small size, domesticated house cats pose little physical danger to adult hoomans.
  • Because ovulation is not always triggered by a single mating, female cats may not be impregnated by the first male with which they mate.
  • Better make myself look *big*. -- The Cat
  • Between 4-5 weeks kittens are gaining a lot of knowledge about their world from their mother who they trust implicitly.
  • Between 4-5 weeks kittens are getting more robust. They are able to climb up your clothes in a cumbersome fashion.
  • Between 4-5 weeks kittens hearing is now good and will continue to improve as they grow.
  • Between 4-5 weeks kittens vision is now good and the cloudiness has gone from their eyes.
  • Biting and scratching by older cats with aggression towards new kittens is known as Feline Asocial Aggression.
  • Blue-eyed, pure white cats are frequently deaf.
  • Blue-eyed, white cats are often prone to deafness.
  • Both hoomans and cats have identical regions in the brain responsible for emotion.
  • Bureaucat: A kitty who sleeps on your undies...
  • Busier than a three legged cat in a dry sand box - Very busy, almost to the point of being frantic
  • C:\pet C:\pet\cat C:\pet\cat\ignore\hooman
  • CAT (n): 1. Furry keyboard cover 2. Alarm clock
  • CAT (n): A walking ego with fur.
  • CAT - (kat') n. Dog with an attitude problem.
  • CAT ADVICE: Take some time to eat the flowers.
  • CAT RULE #2: Get plenty of sleep so you can play at 4 am.
  • CAT RULE #4: Reserve hairballs for shag carpets
  • CAT RULE #8: Add roughage to hooman's food by shedding on it.
  • CAT: (n) Walking ego with fur.
  • CAT: A small furry beast resembling a meatloaf.
  • CAT: Climb your way to the top. That's what drapes are for.
  • CAT: Walking ego with fur.
  • CATFOOD??..?? You woke me up for a lousy can of CATFOOD??.
  • CATaLYST n. an alphabetical list of cats.
  • Calico Cats are almost always female.
  • Call my cat?. No, I just start the can opener and she comes running ...
  • Can a cat play patty-cake? Pawsibly.
  • Can anything be smarter than a cat that can count? Yes, a spelling bee.
  • Can you imagine 1,000 cats agreeing to do *anything*?
  • Care must always be taken to avoid cutting the quick of the claw, when trimming cats nails.
  • Cat + unattended keyboard = garbage all over screen
  • Cat Game #10: Hide and go puke.
  • Cat Game #1: Hah - made you look.
  • Cat Game #3: Take up the most room on bed.
  • Cat Game #6: Fit into the smallest space available.
  • Cat Game #7: Hide inside the smallest space.
  • Cat Note2self: Don't play 'dead cat on the stairs' while people are trying to bring in groceries or laundry.
  • Cat Note2self: I am a carnivore. Potted plants are not meat.
  • Cat Note2self: I am a neutered cat, not a peacock, and prancing around with my tail fluffed up will not make my parts grow back.
  • Cat Note2self: I cannot leap through closed windows to catch birds outside.
  • Cat Note2self: I must give a present to my hoomans's overnight guests, my toy mouse is much more socially acceptable than a live cockroach.
  • Cat Note2self: I should not assume the patio door is open when I race outside to chase leaves.
  • Cat Note2self: I will never be able to walk on the ceiling, and staring up the wall and screaming at it will not bring it any closer.
  • Cat Note2self: If I bite the cactus, it will bite back.
  • Cat Note2self: If I put a live mouse in my food bowl, I should not expect it to stay there until I get hungry.
  • Cat Note2self: It is not a good idea to try to lap up the powdered creamer before it all dissolves in the boiling coffee.
  • Cat Note2self: My hooman is capable of cooking bacon and eggs without my help.
  • Cat Note2self: My hooman will notice if I start eating her sandwich from the other end.
  • Cat Note2self: No matter how dangly and attractive they are, my hooman's earrings are not cat toys.
  • Cat Note2self: Screaming at the can of food will not make it open itself.
  • Cat Note2self: Television and computer screens do not exist to backlight my lovely tail.
  • Cat Note2self: The canned cat food is already dead. I do not need to kill it by swatting bits of it all over the floor.
  • Cat Note2self: The goldfish likes living in water and must be allowed to remain in its bowl.
  • Cat Note2self: The guinea pig likes to sleep once in a while. I will not watch him constantly.
  • Cat Note2self: The large dog in the back yard has lived there for six years. I will not freak out every time I see it.
  • Cat Philosophy - Always find a good patch of sun to nap in.
  • Cat Philosophy - Always give generously; a bird or rodent left on the bed tells them, I care.
  • Cat Philosophy - Always lick after meals.
  • Cat Philosophy - Become someone's friend for life.
  • Cat Philosophy - Begin each day with a long hard stretch.
  • Cat Philosophy - Climb your way to the top, that's why the curtains are there.
  • Cat Philosophy - Curiosity never killed anything except maybe a few hours.
  • Cat Philosophy - Don't cry over spilt milk - lap it up instead.
  • Cat Philosophy - Don't worry about big things.
  • Cat Philosophy - Don't worry about little things.
  • Cat Philosophy - Get to know every view from every window in your home.
  • Cat Philosophy - Help with making dinner.
  • Cat Philosophy - Help with making the bed.
  • Cat Philosophy - If you can't get your way, lay across the keyboard till you do.
  • Cat Philosophy - Keep everybody's secrets.
  • Cat Philosophy - Learn the difference between idleness and repose: one wastes time, the other luxuriates in it.
  • Cat Philosophy - Let sleeping dogs lie - literally.
  • Cat Philosophy - Life is hard, and then you nap.
  • Cat Philosophy - Long naps never go out of fashion.
  • Cat Philosophy - Make friends with the milkman.
  • Cat Philosophy - Make the world your playground.
  • Cat Philosophy - Make the world your scratching post.
  • Cat Philosophy - Make your mark in the world, or at least spray in each corner.
  • Cat Philosophy - Miaow and the world Miaows with you, hiss and you hiss alone.
  • Cat Philosophy - Nap often.
  • Cat Philosophy - Never be discouraged by the words No, Stop That. or Bad Cat.
  • Cat Philosophy - Never purr half-heartedly.
  • Cat Philosophy - Never sleep alone.
  • Cat Philosophy - Own nothing and be owned by no one.
  • Cat Philosophy - Play and sleep in cardboard boxes.
  • Cat Philosophy - Regard all neatly stacked piles of paper as provocation.
  • Cat Philosophy - To Be or NOT to .... ehhh, phhhffft - you already KNOW I am.
  • Cat Philosophy - Treat yourself to a nap in the sock drawer once in a while.
  • Cat Philosophy - Variety is the spice of life. One day, ignore people; the next day, annoy them.
  • Cat Philosophy - When in doubt, cop an attitude.
  • Cat Philosophy - When in trouble, just purr and look cute.
  • Cat Philosophy - When you are hungry, meow loudly so they feed you just to shut you up.
  • Cat Philosophy - Whenever you miss the sandbox, cover it up. Dragging a sock over it helps.
  • Cat Phrase: Miaowmioaw - Means: Have you noticed the shortage of available cat toys in this room?
  • Cat Phrase: Miioo-oo-oo - Means: I am in love and must meet my betrothed outside beneath the hedge. Don't wait up.
  • Cat Phrase: Mraakk. - Oh, small bird. Please come over here.
  • Cat Phrase: Mreeeow - Do you serve catnip with that?
  • Cat Phrase: Mreoaw - Please ask room service to send up another can of tunafish.
  • Cat Phrase: Mrrrrrrrrrrroooooooww - Hold me, I am tired
  • Cat Phrase: Roww-maww-roww - Means: I am so glad to see that you have returned home with both arms full of groceries.
  • Cat Phrase: Roww-maww-rowwww - Means: I will now rub myself against your legs and attempt to trip you as you walk towards the kitchen.
  • Cat Phrase: gakk-ak-ak - Means: My digestive passages seem to have formed a hairball. Wherever could this have come from?
  • Cat Phrase: meeow - Means: Pet me.
  • Cat Phrase: miaowbu - Means: Feed me.
  • Cat Phrase: miaowmiaow - Means: Play with me.
  • Cat Phrase: mioawmioaw - Means: I shall see what happens when I sharpen my claws on this handy piece of furniture.
  • Cat Phrase: mmmmmmm - If I sit in the sunshine for another hour or so, I think I shall be satisfied.
  • Cat Phrase: mmmrowmmm - It is certain that the best tasting fish is one you have caught yourself.
  • Cat Phrase: mow - Means: Snuggling is a good idea.
  • Cat Phrase: moww - Means: Shedding is pretty good, too.
  • Cat Phrase: mowww. - I was enjoying snuggling and shedding in the warm clean laundry until you removed me so unkindly.
  • Cat Phrase: mroow - I have forced my body into a tiny space in order to look cute. How'm I doin?
  • Cat Phrase: mrooww - Means: I love you.
  • Cat Phrase: mrow - Means: I feel like making noise.
  • Cat Phrase: mrowwwww - Means: I am now recalling, that some of my private parts did not return with me from that visit to the vet.
  • Cat Phrase: raowwwww - Means: I think I shall now spend time licking the most private parts of my anatomy.
  • Cat Phrase: rrrow-mawww - Means: Please, the time is come to tidy the cat box.
  • Cat Phrase: rrrow-miawww - Means: I have remedied the cat box untidiness by shoveling the contents as far out of the box as was practical.
  • Cat Phrase: ssssRoww - I believe that I have found a woodchuck or similar small animal. I shall now act terribly brave.
  • Cat Rule #3: When fat, arrange self in slim pose.
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Act nonchalant ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Be comfortable ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Control yourself ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Discriminate ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Explore ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Fake what you don't know ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Grab at passing opportunities ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Have moments of wild abandon ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Ignore the ignorant ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Jog in your sleep ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Knead people ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Let it all hang out ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Make friends with your neighbors ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Nap often ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Overstep boundaries ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Play with your food ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Quit while you're winning ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Return to your favorite places ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: See things others don't ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Take your time ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Understand hooman limitations ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: View things from more than one perspective ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Wait at least 60 seconds before responding ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Whatever happens, look as if it were intended .....
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Yawn and stretch at regular intervals ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: Zzzz in the sunshine ......
  • Cat Self-Disipline: xpect only the best ......
  • Cat Toy (n): Any object on the ground.
  • Cat \kat\ n; small, four-legged, fur-bearing extortionist
  • Cat adore those who adore them. A dog loves everyone -- including the burglar who gave him a piece of salami.
  • Cat around - To live an aimless, immoral life
  • Cat asleep on my shoulders - the ONLY way to wear fur.
  • Cat bathing is a martial art.
  • Cat bites are more likely to become infected than dog bites.
  • Cat bumper sticker: Life is hard, then you nap.
  • Cat burglar - A nimble, silent, sneaky thief
  • Cat eyes come in three shapes: round, slanted and almond.
  • Cat families usually play best in even numbers. Cats and kittens should be acquired in pairs whenever possible.
  • Cat food doesn't need to be cooked. So you can simply order Chinese food for yourself and pour out some kibbles for them.
  • Cat fur expands to fill all available drives.
  • Cat got your tongue - Why aren't you talking?
  • Cat has absolute honesty. - Ernest Hemmingway
  • Cat look #1: You might *think* it's your chair but .....
  • Cat o'nine tails - A whip
  • Cat philosophy: I am, therefore give me tuna.
  • Cat philosophy: It doesn't hurt to ask for what you want.
  • Cat quote: Doesn't take much to entertain a hooman.
  • Cat urine glows under black light.
  • Cat-and-dog - Resembling or having the character of hteproverbial antagonism between cats and dogs.
  • Cat-eyed or cat eyes - Able to see in the dark
  • Cat-in-hell chance - No likelihood of success
  • Cat: An attitude in fur.
  • Cat: Animal that proves eating and sleeping is not ALL bad
  • Cat: Companion in grace, beauty, mystery, and curiousity.
  • Cat: Ethereal music wreathed in mystery.
  • Cat: Furry alarm clock.
  • Cat: Furry keyboard cover.
  • Cat: I could've SWORN I heard the can opener.
  • Cat: Living poetry.
  • Cat: Murphy's way of saying Nice Furniture.
  • Cat: You're so gullible. - Lister
  • Cat: a nice animal, frequently mistaken for a meatloaf.
  • Cat: n. Lapwarmer with built-in buzzer.
  • Cat: n. Small mammal with an attitude problem.
  • Catastrophe: An award for the cat with the nicest buns.
  • Catcalls - Booing bad acting
  • Caterwauling - Making harsh noises or cries
  • Catgut - What tennis rackets and violin strings are made of
  • Catholic (n.) - a cat with a drinking problem.
  • Catkins - fluffy flower bracts of willow and birch trees
  • Catlap - Usually weak tea or milk; something fit only for cats to drink
  • Catlapse: The time between removal from a lap and waking
  • Catnap - Sleeping for a short period of time
  • Catnip Research Has Not Kept Pace With Other Sciences.
  • Catnip and catmints are mainly known for the behavioral effects they have on cats, particularly domestics.
  • Catnip is non-addictive.
  • Catnip or Catmint - marijuana for cats.
  • Cats (almost) always hit the litterbox.
  • Cats *are* the higher purpose of the universe.
  • Cats *can* wait until after 6:00am to be fed on the weekends.
  • Cats Are PEOPLE Too
  • Cats CAN eat a variety of different kinds of cat food.
  • Cats CAN eat canned cat food in flavors other than tuna.
  • Cats Know Their Rights.
  • Cats adopt hoomans into their social group, and share a kill with others in the group according to the local pecking order, hoomans at top.
  • Cats allow man the pleasure of caressing the tiger.
  • Cats always: Are easier to train than children.
  • Cats always: Are far superior.
  • Cats always: Bring about mysterious and secretive behavior.
  • Cats always: Bring the winter air inside, nestled in their coats.
  • Cats always: Calm us with their purring.
  • Cats always: Contribute to living a longer life.
  • Cats always: Create a kindred feeling with other cat people.
  • Cats always: Display daring acrobatic feats right in front of our eyes.
  • Cats always: Donate their services as alarm clocks.
  • Cats always: Give us cool cartoon characters.
  • Cats always: Give us someone to talk to.
  • Cats always: Have a way of getting what they want.
  • Cats always: Have the situation well under control.
  • Cats always: Help reduce high blood pressure.
  • Cats always: Inspire poets and playwrights.
  • Cats always: Instruct us in the luxurious art of stretching.
  • Cats always: Keep mice on the run.
  • Cats always: Know whether people like or dislike them. They do not always care enough to do anything about it. - Winifred Carriere
  • Cats always: Let us indulge our desires to really spoil someone.
  • Cats always: Lick each others privates when the hoomans have guests over.
  • Cats always: Lick their private when the hoomans have guests over.
  • Cats always: Lift our spirits.
  • Cats always: Lighten our hearts.
  • Cats always: Make a dreary day bright.
  • Cats always: Make a window sill more beautiful.
  • Cats always: Make even an old worn couch look beautiful.
  • Cats always: Make our homes warmer.
  • Cats always: Make us more aware of birds.
  • Cats always: Make us smile.
  • Cats always: Open our hearts.
  • Cats always: Prefer Mice Krispies for breakfast.
  • Cats always: Raise our spirits.
  • Cats always: Remind us that life is mysterious.
  • Cats always: Share with us the all-is-well experience of purring.
  • Cats always: Show us how to lick our wounds and go on.
  • Cats always: Soothe us with their purring.
  • Cats always: Teach us how to land on our feet.
  • Cats always: Turn common household objects like bottle caps into toys.
  • Cats always: Want to mate when the hoomans have guests over.
  • Cats always: Warm our laps.
  • Cats always: have to be the center of attention.
  • Cats and kittens should be acquired in pairs whenever possible as cat families interact best in pairs.
  • Cats and teenagers can lie on the living-room sofa for hours on end without moving, barely breathing.
  • Cats and teenagers do not improve anyone's furniture.
  • Cats and teenagers yawn in exactly the same manner, communicating that ultimate hooman ecstasy - a sense of complete and utter boredom.
  • Cats are NOT clean. Would you bathe in spit?
  • Cats are always more sarcastic than dogs.
  • Cats are an alarm clock and are obligated to wake the hoomans.
  • Cats are around to remind us why we need opposable thumbs.
  • Cats are born cute. Most newborn babies look like they could star in a horror flick.
  • Cats are companions. Dogs are slaves.
  • Cats are easier to train than kids.
  • Cats are easier to train than most children.
  • Cats are easy to buy for.
  • Cats are easy to understand... if you're a woman.
  • Cats are excellent at domesticating people...
  • Cats are generally more active during the evening hours.
  • Cats are good company for singles.
  • Cats are good lapwarmers for modemers.
  • Cats are independent, by which I mean smart. - D. Barry
  • Cats are just little bundles of purr.
  • Cats are known for their fastidious cleanliness.
  • Cats are more active during the evening hours.
  • Cats are more aggressive when they are not neutered or spayed.
  • Cats are mysterious kind of folk - there is more passing in their minds than we are aware of. - Sir Walter Scott
  • Cats are natural contortionists. Their forelegs turn in almost any direction and both halves of their body can move in opposing directions.
  • Cats are natural paper shreaders.
  • Cats are purrfect.
  • Cats are purrrrfect.
  • Cats are quite capable of being on their own for the day. You don't need to hire a babysitter to watch them when you're out.
  • Cats are ready to go to new homes at about 12 weeks old, or when they are ready to leave their mother.
  • Cats are repelled by citrus scents, and a citrus-scented product may also help stop unwanted furniture destruction with clawing, etc.
  • Cats are required to shred the newspaper to save Mom from it.
  • Cats are room-mates. Dogs are kids.
  • Cats are smarter than dogs. You can't get eight cats to pull a sled through snow. - Jeff Valdez
  • Cats are smarter than dogs. You can't get eight cats to pull a sled through snow.
  • Cats are so marvelously true to themselves.
  • Cats are subject to gum disease and to dental caries. They should have their teeth cleaned by the vet or the cat dentist once a year.
  • Cats are superfecund; that is, a female may mate with more than one male when she is in heat.
  • Cats are the higher purpose of the universe.
  • Cats are the soul of honesty - they hide not their dislikes.
  • Cats are transparent. Cats should sit in front of the TV screen.
  • Cats are unusually dependent on a constant supply of the amino acid arginine.
  • Cats aren't clean, they're just covered with cat spit.
  • Cats aren't the only species - they just act like it.
  • Cats aren't threatened by a woman with short hair, or a man with long hair.
  • Cats aren't threatened if you earn more than they do.
  • Cats bathe themselves daily. Dogs roll in other animals' feces, then expect you to pet them.
  • Cats breathe at a rate of 20 - 30 breaths per minute.
  • Cats can be spayed or neutered so you never have to worry about them getting pregnant.
  • Cats can be surgically sterilized (spayed or castrated) as early as 7 weeks to limit unwanted reproduction.
  • Cats can catch snowflakes through a closed window if they try hard enough.
  • Cats can eat tuna that has not been mixed with Miracle Whip.
  • Cats can get tapeworms from eating fleas. These worms live inside the cat forever, or until they are removed with medication.
  • Cats can get tapeworms from eating mice. If your cat catches a mouse it is best to take the prize away from it.
  • Cats can jump 5 times their height.
  • Cats can keep themselves clean. You don't need to give them a bath every single day.
  • Cats can see up to 120 feet away. Their peripheral vision is about 285 degrees.
  • Cats categorically refuse to perform.
  • Cats come back to full alertness from the sleep state faster than any other creature.
  • Cats come in many varieties...and every one is divine.
  • Cats concert / cats in chorus / cats melody - Making harsh noises or cries.
  • Cats control the mouse population; dogs control the food left on the counter population.
  • Cats cradle - A string game played by children
  • Cats do not care whether you shave your legs.
  • Cats do not have problems expressing affection in public.
  • Cats do not like beer. Really.
  • Cats do not read at the table, or cut out the coupons before you've read that page.
  • Cats do not think that they are little people. They think that we are big cats. This influences their behavior in many ways.
  • Cats do the most amazing things.
  • Cats don't brag about whom they have slept with.
  • Cats don't care about the interest rate.
  • Cats don't care about the price of eggs in China.
  • Cats don't care about the return on investment.
  • Cats don't care if those jeans make you look fat.
  • Cats don't care if you don't wash the dishes tonight.
  • Cats don't care if you wear the same t-shirt and shorts for days on end.
  • Cats don't care if you're a few pounds overweight.
  • Cats don't care if you're gay or straight.
  • Cats don't care that you are a few pounds overweight.
  • Cats don't care what religion you are.
  • Cats don't care whether you cook or not. ..... As long as you feed THEM. LOL.
  • Cats don't care whether you're a conservative or a liberal.
  • Cats don't complain. They are the masters of cool.
  • Cats don't correct your stories.
  • Cats don't criticize your friends.
  • Cats don't cry at the top of their lungs to manipulate you. You won't need to have a soundproof booth in order to keep your sanity.
  • Cats don't feel threatened by your intelligence.
  • Cats don't have problems expressing affection in public.
  • Cats don't keep harping you with stupid questions. They won't keep asking you why? at the most inconvenient times.
  • Cats don't kill their prey with their claws, the claws are used to hold onto the prey and the teeth are used actually to kill the prey.
  • Cats don't make a practice of killing their own species.
  • Cats don't make up stories about how big the fish was.
  • Cats don't mind if you do all the driving.
  • Cats don't need any excuses...
  • Cats don't need round-the-clock attention. They are the low-maintenance members of the family.
  • Cats don't need therapy to undo their bad socialization.
  • Cats don't need to go to school. No tuition fees, no PTA meetings, no phone calls from the school principal about getting in trouble, etc.
  • Cats don't need to wear the latest designer fashions.
  • Cats don't require milk formulas. Your grocery bill won't give you a headache.
  • Cats don't see detail very well. To them, their person may appear hazy when standing in front of them.
  • Cats don't sleep in their own pee and poo. My cats won't even step in their litter box if you forget to clean it regularly.
  • Cats don't step on the imaginary brake.
  • Cats don't sweat. (except sphynx) Have you ever been in the same room as children who've been out playing in the sun? Ugh.
  • Cats don't talk incessantly. Children just never know when you need them to shut up.
  • Cats don't weigh down your purse with their stuff.
  • Cats don't whine. Thankfully. Whining is just so annoying.
  • Cats eat grass to aid their digestion and to help them get rid of any fur in their stomachs.
  • Cats eye - Precious or semi-precious gems that have a changing luster; also road markers which reflect car lights.
  • Cats eyes come in three shapes: round, slanted and almond.
  • Cats fight to protect your property from feral Cat; dogs fight because they can.
  • Cats fondness for high spaces can dangerously test the reflex to right themselves when they fall.
  • Cats foot - To live under the cats foot is to allow someone to control you.
  • Cats fur expands to fill all available drives.
  • Cats greet you when coming home with a cheerful meow and a quick brush against the legs; dogs pounce on you and knock you over.
  • Cats groom themselves by licking their fur, employing papillae and saliva.
  • Cats have 290 bones in their bodies, and 517 muscles.
  • Cats have 30 teeth (12 incisors, 10 premolars, 4 canines, and 4 molars), while dogs have 42.
  • Cats have 30 vertebrae (hoomans have 33 vertebrae during early development; 26 after the sacral and coccygeal regions fuse)
  • Cats have 32 muscles that control the outer ear (compared to hooman's 6 muscles each).
  • Cats have AB blood groups just like people.
  • Cats have a fondness for catnip, which is sensed by their olfactory systems.
  • Cats have a full inner-eyelid, or nictitating membrane. This inner-eyelid serves to help protect the eyes from dryness and damage.
  • Cats have a special scent organ located in the roof of their mouth, called the Jacobson's organ.
  • Cats have a third eyelid at the inner corner of the eye. It is pale pink in color, and mostly visible if ill or has something in the eye.
  • Cats have been domesticated for half as long as dogs have been.
  • Cats have existed longer than hoomans.
  • Cats have five toes on each front paw, but only four toes on each back paw.
  • Cats have nine lives. Teenagers carry on as if they did.
  • Cats have not forgotten they were once worshipped.
  • Cats have nothing on dragons for inquisitiveness.
  • Cats have purrrrsonality. =^..^=
  • Cats have the largest eyes in proportion to their body size of all mammals.
  • Cats have the sense to eat only what's good for them; dogs will try anything, then leave the mess for you to clean up.
  • Cats have the simplest of taste: the best is satisfactory
  • Cats have their own lives; get on with yours
  • Cats have to beg for an ice cube everytime someone opens the freezer door.
  • Cats have true fur, in that they have both an undercoat and an outer coat.
  • Cats hearing is much more sensitive than hoomans and dogs.
  • Cats hearing stops at 65 khz (kilohertz); hoomans' hearing stops at 20 khz.
  • Cats knead with their paws when they're happy.
  • Cats know Mom's black suede gloves are giant tarantulas that need to be killed.
  • Cats know all the sunny places.
  • Cats know cats will get some hooman food if patient.
  • Cats know curtains are for climbing.
  • Cats know how we feel. They don't particulary care, but they know.
  • Cats know leaping into the box helps their hooman pack.
  • Cats know licking or batting the empty food dish around will make food appear.
  • Cats know looking adorable after misbehaving negates their crime.
  • Cats know mom's breasts are pillows that need fluffing.
  • Cats know the bed is a WWF wrestling ring.
  • Cats know the box of aquarium supplies in the basement is a litter box.
  • Cats know there are Martians hiding in the new drapes.
  • Cats know there is no better to punish the hooman than whizzing on something.
  • Cats lack a true collarbone. Because of this lack, cats can generally squeeze their bodies through any space they can get their heads through.
  • Cats leave footprints on our hearts and we are never the same
  • Cats leave your property alone; dogs will eat your slippers, gloves, hats and nearly anything else they decide to go after.
  • Cats like dogs are digitigrades. They walk directly on their toes with the bones of their feet making up the lower part of the visible leg.
  • Cats lived with soldiers in trenches, where they killed mice during World War I.
  • Cats look at moths and ax-murderers the same.
  • Cats lose almost as much fluid in the saliva while grooming themselves as they do through urination.
  • Cats love high places. They share this love with leopards and jaguars, who sleep in trees.
  • Cats love to hide. If yours comes up missing, be sure to check everywhere you can possibly think of.
  • Cats may reject novel flavors (a response termed neophobia) and learn quickly to avoid foods that have tasted unpleasant in the past.
  • Cats mean it when they kiss you.
  • Cats meow - Something considered to be outstanding
  • Cats miss you when you're gone.
  • Cats must act as if being tortured when being flea-powdered.
  • Cats must act like they are dying of hunger in front of Daddy.
  • Cats must activate the paw when there is food within snagging distance.
  • Cats must ask to be (fed/petted/let out) when the hoomans are making whoopee.
  • Cats must attack Mom and Daddy's feet while they're making whoopee.
  • Cats must attack another cat when their head is sticking out of the litter box.
  • Cats must attack incoming faxes and chew them so that the hoomans can't read them.
  • Cats must attack mom's ear just because she put them on a diet.
  • Cats must attack the answering machine and purr all over it.
  • Cats must attack their hooman's shoelaces when she is tying them.
  • Cats must balance their 25 pound body on their hooman's full bladder.
  • Cats must barf up hairballs on their mom's computer keyboard.
  • Cats must beg for food until they have eaten what already in their dish.
  • Cats must bite their hooman's feet when she is using the computer.
  • Cats must bite their sister's butt until she hisses.
  • Cats must blame Mom when cat falls in a tub full of water.
  • Cats must bring live snakes into the house.
  • Cats must call Mom's mother-in-law long distance at 2 a.m.
  • Cats must catch and eat lizards.
  • Cats must catch mice to give to the dog to eat.
  • Cats must charge themselves with static electricity and zap their sleeping Dad at 2 am
  • Cats must chase the hoomans while they are carrying a full laundry basket.
  • Cats must chase the other invisible cats across Dad's belly and groin.
  • Cats must chew holes in the bags of clean kitty litter and spread it on the floor.
  • Cats must chew on the antennae of the cordless phone.
  • Cats must chew the buttons off mom's bathrobe.
  • Cats must claim the cream cheese and lox bagel on the kitchen table as their own.
  • Cats must claw a hole in the sofa/box spring to make a nest.
  • Cats must climb into their Daddy's dropped boxers while he is sitting on the toilet.
  • Cats must climb on top of the fridge and knock the magnets off the front.
  • Cats must climb the wallpaper in their hooman's new house.
  • Cats must climb their hooman's leg to get tuna fish or pancakes.
  • Cats must cling to the outside of the screen door at eye level howling.
  • Cats must commence biting their hooman's toes when she exits the shower.
  • Cats must crawl into open suitcase to help Mom pack.
  • Cats must crawl into the dishwasher when it is full of clean dishes.
  • Cats must cuddle mom's dress shoes and drool in them.
  • Cats must destroy a toy the first time they play with it.
  • Cats must display their worm collection on the kitchen floor on a rainy night.
  • Cats must drag Mom's knitting around the house, unravelling it in the process.
  • Cats must drag dirty socks out of the laundry basket and bury them in the litter box.
  • Cats must drag dirty socks up from the basement in the middle of the night.
  • Cats must drag the apple peels out of the garbage to play with them.
  • Cats must drag their butt on the carpet after exiting the litter box.
  • Cats must drink the bathwater while their hooman is taking a bath.
  • Cats must drool in their sleeping hooman's ear.
  • Cats must eat all of mom's plants and then barf them up while Mom is not home.
  • Cats must eat all random things they find on the floor.
  • Cats must eat all the baby's breath out of mom's birthday bouquet.
  • Cats must eat fine Swedish tapers like they're candy canes.
  • Cats must eat mom's make up.
  • Cats must eat styrofoam meat trays and then barf up white bingies.
  • Cats must faithfully chase the cursor around the screen.
  • Cats must fall asleep on Mom's back or chest.
  • Cats must fart in front of mom's friends. Nobody ever believes it is the cat.
  • Cats must groom Daddy at 2 am.
  • Cats must groom the back of mom's neck.
  • Cats must groom their private parts in front of company.
  • Cats must groom their private parts while their hoomans are trying to eat.
  • Cats must growl and hiss at the German Shepherd next door causing him to pee.
  • Cats must gulp down their dinner at lightning speed, and then barf it up.
  • Cats must gut their Bill Clinton catnip doll on the living room rug.
  • Cats must hack up a *huge* hairball on mom's brand-new futon.
  • Cats must have fat in their diet because they can't produce it on their own.
  • Cats must have one of the freshly-baked cookies cooling on the table.
  • Cats must have urine wars with the new cat in the house on the kitchen counter.
  • Cats must head butt the control pad/joystick when the hooman is 10 seconds away from winning.
  • Cats must help Mom with the jigsaw puzzles.
  • Cats must help their sister recycle her barfed-up food.
  • Cats must hide Grandma's $35 prescription eyedrops.
  • Cats must hide in the kitchen drawers and jump out at Mom.
  • Cats must hiss and spit at the vet because it pleases their Mom greatly.
  • Cats must hold the pen in their mouth while their hooman is trying to write.
  • Cats must hook a claw into mom's nostril to wake her up on weekends.
  • Cats must ignore their new toy only to suddenly find it interesting at 3 am.
  • Cats must interfere with the broom when their hooman is sweeping the floor.
  • Cats must jump into mom's lap while she is breast-feeding the small hooman.
  • Cats must jump into the chair after their hooman gets up to do something.
  • Cats must jump into the refrigerator every time Mom opens it.
  • Cats must jump off the top of the cat tree onto the bed and/or its occupants.
  • Cats must jump on mom's lap immediately prior to the commercial breaks.
  • Cats must jump on the break key when their hooman is on the modem.
  • Cats must jump on the furniture refinishing project.
  • Cats must jump on the kitchen counter and make off with the roast chicken.
  • Cats must jump on the table to eat cantaloupe if no one gives them a piece.
  • Cats must jump on the toilet seat just as their hooman is sitting down.
  • Cats must jump onto Dad's stomach when he is taking a nap.
  • Cats must knock Mom's Cheerios off of her spoon as she brings it to her mouth.
  • Cats must knock over the kitchen garbage can to get at the chicken bones.
  • Cats must knock over the stacks of CDs.
  • Cats must knock pennies off the nightstand at 3 am in order to get Mom's attention.
  • Cats must knock the area rugs all over the hardwood floor.
  • Cats must knock the brush Mom uses on me into the garbage can just because.
  • Cats must knock the kitchen trash can over EVERY NIGHT scavenging for scraps.
  • Cats must knock the phone off the hook just to hear the neat BEEP-BEEP-BEEP noise.
  • Cats must knock their toys under the refrigerator.
  • Cats must knock things off the coffee table so they can lie down more comfortably.
  • Cats must leap from great heights on to their seated hooman's genital region.
  • Cats must leave paw prints and hair on the toilet seat.
  • Cats must lick all the glue off of all of the envelopes.
  • Cats must lick mom's eyes while she is trying to sleep.
  • Cats must lick the cheese from the grater when the hooman's back is turned.
  • Cats must lick the faucet to encourage their hooman to turn on the drinking water.
  • Cats must lick the other cats behind in front of Mom and her friends.
  • Cats must lick their hooman's armpits while she is sleeping.
  • Cats must lick then bite their mom's legs when she comes out of the shower.
  • Cats must lie directly behind their hooman when she is putting on her makeup.
  • Cats must lie down with their butt in the hooman's face.
  • Cats must lie next to their hooman's ear and purr loudly.
  • Cats must lie on clean laundry just after its been folded.
  • Cats must lie on their hooman's face in the middle of the night.
  • Cats must lie on their hooman's girlfriend's chest with their butt in her face.
  • Cats must lie under the coffee table and hiss at all of mom's guests.
  • Cats must lurk under the bed and pounce on the unsuspecting hooman's feet.
  • Cats must make puddles in the ashtray.
  • Cats must make snowflakes out of a whole roll of paper towels.
  • Cats must meow pitifully when their hoomans are having sex.
  • Cats must meow to be let out when there is a foot-plus of snow on the ground.
  • Cats must nap on the ladder steps when hooman cleans out the gutters.
  • Cats must need to use ALL the kitty litter to bury their poop.
  • Cats must not beat the dog up because he's stupid.
  • Cats must open all the presents before Christmas.
  • Cats must open the breakfast muffins box and only eat one bite out of each.
  • Cats must pee down the back of the television, causing its innards to short out.
  • Cats must pee in the hole in the carpet where the key to the gas fireplace goes.
  • Cats must pee on Mama's boyfriend's wallet when they have an argument.
  • Cats must peel and eat the raw potatoes that are in the basement.
  • Cats must perform plastic surgery with their claws upon their mom's face.
  • Cats must play Charge of the Light Brigade with the other cat in the hallway at 3 am.
  • Cats must play attack Daddy's toes when cats want to be fed in the morning.
  • Cats must play attack cat in the middle of the night when Mom moves in her sleep.
  • Cats must play find the mouse on the bed at midnight.
  • Cats must play hockey with a shampoo cap in the bathtub in the wee hours of the morning.
  • Cats must play in the toilet and get the seat wet so Mom will yell at Daddy.
  • Cats must play the game tiger attack when Mom is weeding the garden.
  • Cats must play trapeze artist on the curtain rods.
  • Cats must play with the ribbons when Mom is wrapping Christmas gifts.
  • Cats must play with their new rubber ball in the bathtub at 3 am.
  • Cats must pounce on the sheets and crawl under them when Mom is making the bed.
  • Cats must press the buttons when the hooman is on the phone.
  • Cats must pull dirty socks out of the laundry basket and leave them on their Mom's pillow.
  • Cats must pull the phone cord out of the back of the modem.
  • Cats must push the VCR off the top of the TV.
  • Cats must put their head in their hooman's mouth while he is trying to eat.
  • Cats must put their paw in Mom's mouth to get food out while she's eating it.
  • Cats must put their paw into the boiling water to snag a cooking shrimp.
  • Cats must put their tail/paws in places where they can be stepped on.
  • Cats must raid the ashtray for used pipe cleaners.
  • Cats must refuse to eat their food until it has been piled into a pyramid shape.
  • Cats must remove mom's stuffed bear from her dresser and kill it EVERY SINGLE DAY.
  • Cats must reset their hooman's alarm clock by walking on it.
  • Cats must ride on the string mop while Mom is cleaning the floor.
  • Cats must rush out from behind the couch and bury their claws in Daddy's leg.
  • Cats must shred the kitchen sponge all over the carpet.
  • Cats must shred the newspaper while someone is reading it.
  • Cats must shred the packaging on all prepackaged food so that they can do a taste test.
  • Cats must sink their claws into Mom's shoulder to get better traction for a jump.
  • Cats must sit in mom's pants/underwear when she is on the throne.
  • Cats must sit on Mom's hand and purr while she is using the computer.
  • Cats must sit on the key marked Del.
  • Cats must sit on the newspaper while Daddy reads it in the bathroom.
  • Cats must sit on top of the kitchen cabinets playing 'vulture'.
  • Cats must sit under the table and beg for scraps while clawing at Grandma Ethel's socks.
  • Cats must slam-dunk their tail into mom's first and *only* cup of coffee in the morning.
  • Cats must sleep INSIDE the back cushion of the sofa.
  • Cats must sleep in the middle of the bed. The corners are not as comfy.
  • Cats must sleep on Dad's face & lick his nose while he tries to sleep.
  • Cats must sleep on their hooman's freshly washed and waxed car.
  • Cats must sleep under the blanket on the couch so that people can sit on them.
  • Cats must slurp fish food from the surface of the aquarium.
  • Cats must slurp the hooman's iced tea, whether she's looking or not.
  • Cats must smurgle on Mom's $120 Polartec sweatshirt.
  • Cats must spray mom's brand new $400 bread maker.
  • Cats must spray the kitchen garbage can.
  • Cats must stare at the hoomans while they are making whoopee.
  • Cats must steal Mom's Cheetos and leave them all licked but not eaten on her bed.
  • Cats must steal the olives/mushrooms/cheese off the hooman's pizza.
  • Cats must steal the roast pork out of mom's fried rice bowl.
  • Cats must steal the scrub pad from the sink and drag it all over the house.
  • Cats must step in mom's *open* contact lens case.
  • Cats must step on the 'alt', 'cntl', and 'delete' keys simultaneously.
  • Cats must stick their paw into mom's mouth while she's sleeping.
  • Cats must stick their paws under the bathroom door when it is closed and snag anything.
  • Cats must stick their tail in the little hooman's lollipop.
  • Cats must stomp on the stereo remote and increase the sound level to 120 decibels.
  • Cats must suck on the afghan/sweater Mom is trying to make.
  • Cats must supervise the hooman when she/he is working at the kitchen counter.
  • Cats must supervise the painting of the guest room.
  • Cats must teach the parrot to meow in a loud and raucous manner.
  • Cats must tear into the bag of cat food just to see if it the same as what is in their dish.
  • Cats must terrorize their older and less active feline roommate. His tail is a toy.
  • Cats must toggle mom's word processor from insert to overtype mode.
  • Cats must topple the spice rack going for the catnip.
  • Cats must toss their poop out of the litter box and play hockey with it.
  • Cats must track kitty litter all over the apartment.
  • Cats must trample their paws on Daddy's keyboard when he is e-mailing.
  • Cats must trip Mom or Daddy on the way to the kitchen.
  • Cats must try to bat a sandwich or Fudgesicle out of mom's hand.
  • Cats must try to bite Mom's pen when she is writing.
  • Cats must try to climb on the hooman's lap when he/she is using the laptop computer.
  • Cats must try to dig to China from their litter box.
  • Cats must try to kill the curlicues of ribbon on the finished packages.
  • Cats must try to nibble the comb/brush when their Mom grooms them.
  • Cats must try to pick fights with cats looking in the house through a door or window.
  • Cats must try to taste the gerbils when Mom is holding one.
  • Cats must turn on the toy train at 5:00 am and watch it.
  • Cats must turn over every glass just to watch the liquid pool.
  • Cats must unroll all the toilet paper off the roll.
  • Cats must use car windshields as slides when cats have muddy feet.
  • Cats must use mom's brand NEW overstuffed sectional as a giant scratching post.
  • Cats must use mom's new leather purse as a litter box.
  • Cats must use mom's perfume bottles for bowling pins.
  • Cats must use the garage roof as a litter box.
  • Cats must use the keyboard as a springboard trying to catch the pretty flashing cursor.
  • Cats must use the ninja kitty paw strike to snag mom's dinner entree for their self.
  • Cats must use their female hooman's chest as a springboard.
  • Cats must use their litter box in full view of all mom's dinner guests.
  • Cats must wake Mom up in the morning by dropping a coffee maker on her head.
  • Cats must wake their hooman up at 3 am for breakfast.
  • Cats must walk in on a dinner party and commence licking their butt.
  • Cats must whine (with their mouth full) if they get dry food instead of canned.
  • Cats must wrestle Mom to the floor for chocolate.
  • Cats must yowl during Dad's bagpipe records.
  • Cats need 1/6th the amount of light that hoomans do to see. Their night vision is amazing.
  • Cats need to be petted *every* time the cat eats.
  • Cats need to check Daddy's aim in the bathroom.
  • Cats need to climb into EVERY box in the household.
  • Cats need to have their teeth cleaned by their homans or a vet.
  • Cats need to hiss at every visitor to make them feel at home.
  • Cats need to kill the kibble by batting it around the kitchen.
  • Cats need to sample the contents of every pot on the stove.
  • Cats need to wake Mom up at 3:00 am by chewing on her head.
  • Cats never: Cause you auto insurance to go up.
  • Cats never: Leave cut whiskers in the sink.
  • Cats never: Leave the toilet seat up.
  • Cats never: Leave the top off the toothepaste.
  • Cats never: Want to go to the mall.
  • Cats never: Want you to buy them a car.
  • Cats never: Worry about the bills.
  • Cats night vision is superior to hoomans although their vision in daylight is inferior.
  • Cats no less liquid than their shadows, offer no angles to wind, they slip diminished, neat, through loopholes less than themselves.
  • Cats normally come when they are called. hmmmmmmmm ....
  • Cats obsess about you as much as you obsess about them.
  • Cats often chase things that their person can't see.
  • Cats open their eyes after five days and begin to develop their eyesight and hearing at approximately 2 weeks.
  • Cats pajamas - Something considered to be outstanding
  • Cats paw - To be labeled a cats paw means someone has taken advantage of you and you weren't smart enough to catch on.
  • Cats perspire through their paws.
  • Cats play quietly. You don't have to remind them every single minute to keep the noise down.
  • Cats pose a danger to pregnant women and immunosuppressed inividuals, since their feces can transmit toxoplasmosis.
  • Cats purr at the same frequency as an idling diesel engine, about 26 cycles per second.
  • Cats rarely get sick. You won't have so many absences from work each year.
  • Cats respond better to women than to men, probably due to the fact that women's voices have a higher pitch.
  • Cats respond most readily to names that end in an ee sound.
  • Cats rid the house of pesky insects and mice. Now if only they could get rid of pesky children.
  • Cats rule and dogs drool. - Sassy
  • Cats see six times better in the dark and at night than hoomans.
  • Cats seem to go on the principle that it never does any harm to ask for what you want. - Joseph Wood Krutch
  • Cats seem to go on the principle that it never does any harm to ask for what you want.
  • Cats seldom interfere with other people's rights.
  • Cats select food based on its temperature, smell and texture, disliking chilled foods and responding strongly to foods rich in amino acids.
  • Cats should not be fed tuna exclusively, as it lacks taurine, an essential nutrient required for good feline health.
  • Cats should not drink Martinis.
  • Cats sit on your lap when you're sad or feeling sick. Dogs still expect to be taken out and fed regularly even if you're on your deathbed.
  • Cats sleep all day so you can have peace and quiet. Ahh... relaxation when you're home from work sounds like heaven.
  • Cats spend 30% of their waking hours grooming themselves.
  • Cats step with both left legs, then both right legs when they walk or run.
  • Cats take between 20-40 breaths per minute.
  • Cats teach us tolerance....and how to see through walls.
  • Cats understand if some of their friends cannot come inside.
  • Cats urine glows under a black light.
  • Cats use a variety of vocalizations including meowing, purring, trilling, hissing, growling, squeaking, chirping, clicking, and grunting.
  • Cats usually have 12 whiskers on each side of it's nose.
  • Cats walk on their toes.
  • Cats watch their diet; dogs will eat you out of house and home.
  • Cats were domesticated early in hooman history, with ancient Cyprus appearing to be the earliest known location of this process.
  • Cats whisker - before diodes were invented, people made a kind of diode by touching a long thin wire against a germanium crystal.
  • Cats whiskers - Something considered to be outstanding
  • Cats will also engage in play fighting, with each other and with hoomans.
  • Cats will watch Mom change the litter box and then deliberately go poop in the corner.
  • Cats with long, lean bodies are more likely to be outgoing, and more protective and vocal than those with a stocky build.
  • Cats with oriental body types tend to be thinner and more active.
  • Cats won't ask you for money.
  • Cats won't ask you if they can go see a concert of that rock band you're sure are cannibals.
  • Cats won't complain if you don't make the bed or do the dusting.
  • Cats won't drink beer and pass out on the bathroom floor.
  • Cats won't smoke, drink or do drugs under peer pressure. Well, catnip doesn't count.
  • Cats won't take permanent possession of the TV remote control.
  • Cats, especially older cats, do get cancer. Many times this disease can be treated successfully.
  • Cats, like butterflies, need no excuse. - Robert A. Heinlein
  • Cats, like butterflies, need no excuse. -- Heinlein
  • Cats. Earth's most purrrrfect lifeform.
  • Cats: God's way of telling you your furniture is too nice
  • Cats: Good for dusting high places.
  • Cats: Great for earmuffs, tiny throw rugs, and slippers.
  • Catscan - a hi-tech device for examining cats.
  • Catskill Mountains: The land of dead mice.
  • Catty remarks - Comments made by a woman, usually about another woman
  • Catwalk - A narrow walkway
  • Choose your cat toys carefully. Choose light toys (for tossing), soft toys (for teeth/claws) and toys big enough they can't be swallowed.
  • Choosy cats prefer Microsoft mice, 10 to 1
  • Civilization is defined by the presence of cats.
  • Clowder is the ancient term for clutter.
  • Clowder of cats - a group of cats
  • Commercial scratching posts typically are covered in carpeting or upholstery.
  • Computer and TV screens exist to backlight a cats lovely tail.
  • Conceited as a barber's cat - very conceited
  • Continually stepping on mom's bladder at 4 am is the best way to get attention.
  • Contrary to popular belief, people are not allergic to cat fur, dander, saliva, or urine - they are allergic to the sebum.
  • Contrary to popular belief, the cat is a social animal. A pet cat will respond and answer to speech and seems to enjoy hooman companionship.
  • Cool cat - Someone who keeps up with the latest trends.
  • Copycat - A person who copies others
  • Couldn't cuss a cat without getting fur in your mouth - referring to tight, cramped spaces
  • Curiosity killed the cat - Be cautious when investigating situations.
  • Daddy's privates and a cats springy cat toy are interchangeable.
  • Dead cat bounce - An automatic recovery in a financial market.
  • Dead cat on the line - Something suspicious or 'fishy' is going on
  • Death to fleas that prey upon the lifeblood of my cats.
  • Declawing a cat is the same as cutting a hooman's fingers off at the knuckle.
  • DeliCATe: A dainty kitten who likes kosher.
  • Demolition Derby is a cat-oriented pastime.
  • Did someone say TUNA?
  • Did someone say fish? I haven't been fed all day.
  • Did you hear about the cat who drank 5 bowls of water? He set a new lap record.
  • Did you hear about the cat who swallowed a ball of wool? She had mittens.
  • Different kittens in a litter may have different fathers.
  • Do Cheshire cats drink evaporated milk?
  • Do not meddle in the affairs of cats, for they are subtle and will pee on your computer
  • Does a radioactive cat have 18 halflives?
  • Dog my cats - An expression of astonishment, similar to Well, what do you know.
  • Dogma? I prefer Catma, they cost less to feed.
  • Dogs and cats living together, real wrath of God type stuff.
  • Dogs answer when called - Cats let the machine get it.
  • Dogs answer when called - Cats take a message and get back to you.
  • Dogs believe they are hooman. Cats believe they are God
  • Dogs come when called .... Cats have answering machines
  • Dogs come when called .... Cats have unlisted numbers.
  • Dogs come when they're called. Cats take a message and get back to you. - Mary Bly
  • Dogs see God in their owner. Cats see God in a mirror.
  • Dogs think they're hooman. Cats know they are.
  • Dogs will bring you your slippers. Cats will drop a dead mouse in your slippers.
  • Dogs will come when you call them. And they'll be happy. Cats will have someone take a message and get back to you.
  • Dogs will escape all but the sturdiest enclosures and only return when the police have caught them.
  • Dogs will give you unconditional love until the day they die. Cats will make you pay for every mistake you've ever made since you got them.
  • Dogs will play fetch with you all day long. The only thing Cats will play with all day long are small rodents or bugs.
  • Dogs will tilt their heads and try to understand every word you say. Cats will ignore you and take a nap.
  • Dogs will wake you up if the house is on fire. Cats will quietly sneak out the back door.
  • Domestic cats are known to strike prey by pouncing from such a perch as a tree branch, as does a leopard.
  • Domestic cats purr both when inhaling and when exhaling.
  • Don't ask me .... the cats in charge around here.
  • Don't ask. - Cat
  • Don't pick a kitten or a cat up by the scruff of its neck; only mother Cats can do this safely, and only with their kittens.
  • Don't put your cat on an all-vegetarian diet. Cats need protein to survive.
  • Don't rely on feeding dry food as a dental care program - cats need to have their teeth cleaned by a vet.
  • Door: Something a cat wants to be on the other side of.
  • Due to a mutation in an early cat ancestor, one of two genes necessary to taste sweetness may have been lost by the cat family.
  • Due to possible complications caused by ingesting a string, string play is sometimes replaced with a laser pointer's dot.
  • During a fall from a high place, a cat can reflexively twist its body and right itself using its acute sense of balance and flexibility.
  • During her productive life, one female cat could have more than 100 kittens.
  • Dust kitten - A clump of dust/lint (similar to dust bunny)
  • Each year Americans spend four billion dollars on cat food. That's one billion dollars more than they spend on baby food.
  • Easy as teaching cats to march.
  • Egyptians shaved their eyebrows as a sign of mourning when they lost a beloved cat.
  • Enough to make a cat laugh - Something that is ridiculously silly.
  • Essential oils are toxic to cats and there have been cases of serious illnesses caused by tea tree oil-based flea treatments and shampoos.
  • Ethylene glycol, often used as an automotive antifreeze, is particularly appealing to cats, and as little as a teaspoonful can be fatal.
  • Even if you tell jokes as well as Jay Leno, neither your cat nor your teen will ever crack a smile.
  • Every dog has his day, but the nights belong to us cats.
  • Everybody wants to be a cat.
  • Everything I need to know, I learned from my cat.
  • Expect to spend an average of $80 per year on vet bills, for the lifetime of each cat you own.
  • Famous feral cat colonies are found in Rome around the Colosseum and Forum Romanum, with cats being fed and vetted by volunteers.
  • Fat cat - A wealthy and privileged person
  • Felicity: A town inhabited by happy cats.
  • Feline: Of or belonging to the family Felidae, which includes the lions, tigers, jaguars, wild and domesticated cats.
  • Feline: Resembling or suggestive of a cat, as in suppleness, slyness, or stealthiness.
  • Female cats are polyestrous, which means they may have many heat periods over the course of a year.
  • Female cats are seasonally polyestrous, which means they may have many periods of heat over the course of a year.
  • Female cats can have two to three litters per year, so may produce up to 150 kittens in their breeding span of around ten years.
  • Female felines are superfecund, which means that each of the kittens in her litter can have a different father.
  • Feral cats are wild cats that are unfamiliar with humans and roam freely in urban or rural areas.
  • Feral cats may live alone, but most are found in large groups called feral colonies, which occupy a specific territory.
  • Fight like Kilkenny cats - To fight until both parties are destroyed
  • Fight like cats and dogs - To quarrel viciously.
  • For man to truly understand rejection, he must first be ignored by a cat . .....
  • Freyja - the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility in Norse mythology - is depicted as riding a chariot drawn by cats.
  • Furball - a game cats like to play on the floor
  • Garfield prefers Mice Krispies for breakfast.
  • German folklore believed that if a black cat jumped on the bed of a sick person it meant death was near.
  • Get all the catnip you can.
  • Give your cat fresh water at least once a day
  • Glamour puss - A glamorous lady
  • Go away, cat. You make me smile too much.
  • God bless us cat lovers.
  • God made the cat in order that humankind might have the pleasure of caressing the tiger. - Fernand Mery
  • God said Let there be cats.
  • Grinning like a cheshire cat - Displaying a silly grin
  • Hairballs can be prevented with certain cat foods and remedies that ease elimination of the hair.
  • Having kittens/had kittens/has kittens - A state of rage, similar expression to having a fit, going ballistic, losing your temper
  • He disappeared, like the cat in that Russian story.- Chekov
  • He lives in the halflights in secret places free and alone this mysterious little great being whom his mistress calls My cat Margaret Benson
  • He's a cat of many mistakes; a man of faux pas....
  • He's a few cats short of a litter.
  • Heaven will not ever Heaven be, unless my cats are there to welcome me.
  • Height gives the cat a better observation point, allowing it to survey its territory and become aware of any activities.
  • Hellcat - A bad-tempered woman
  • Hep cat - Someone who keeps up with the latest trends.
  • Her function is to sit and be admired. - Georgina Strickland Gates
  • High as the hair on a cats back - Very expensive
  • Hmmmm ... Lovely, a new sofa to sharpen my nails on ......
  • Hmmmmm ... When will dogs learn who is the house favorite ...
  • Hmmmmm .... Why cant dogs serve me the same as those hoomans do ....
  • Hmmmmmm .... I'm hungry ... where is that hooman servant of mine ....
  • Home of the Superconducting Kitty Collider.
  • Honest as the cat when the meat's out of reach - Will not steal if he's likely to be caught.
  • Hooman (n): Useful domestic animal popular with cats.
  • Hoomans and cats have a similar range of hearing at low frequencies, but cats can hear much higher-pitched sounds.
  • Hoomans exist so cats will have someone to pet them.
  • Hoomans need fresh, wiggling gecko tails deposited on or in the bed at 3 am.
  • Hoomans: Creatures subservient to cats.
  • Hotter than a six peckered alley cat - A person of loose morals
  • How come our cat runs the house but pays no bills?
  • How did a cat take first prize at the bird show? He just jumped up to the cage, reached in, and took it.
  • How do cats eat spaghetti? The same as everyone else - they put it in their mouths.
  • How do cats end a fight? They hiss and make up.
  • How do you know if your cat has eaten a duckling? She's got that down in the mouth look.
  • How do you know that cats are sensitive creatures? They never cry over spilt milk.
  • How do you know when your cat has been using your computer? When your mouse has teeth marks on it.
  • How do you spell cat backwards? C-A-T-B-A-C-K-W-A-R-D-S.
  • How do you spell mousetrap in just three letters? C-A-T.
  • How do you stop a ten-pound parrot from talking too much? Buy a twenty-pound cat.
  • How does a cat count? One, mew, three.
  • How does a cat sing scales? Do-ri-me-ow.
  • How does the cat get its own way? With friendly purrsuasion.
  • How is a cat laying down like a coin? Because he has his head on one side and his tail on the other.
  • How is cat food sold? Usually purr can.
  • How long does it take a dog to read a novel? .... FOREVER ... they can't read MOL.
  • How many cats can you put into an empty box? Only one. After that, the box isn't empty.
  • How we behave toward cats here below determines our status in heaven. - Robert A. Heinlein
  • I am Cat of Borg. We will assimilate your shiny things.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A Walking ego with fur.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A companion in grace, beauty, mystery, and curiousity.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A four footed allergen.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A furry alarm clock.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A furry keyboard cover.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A hair relocation expert.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A nice animal, frequently mistaken for a meatloaf.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A small furry beast resembling a meatloaf.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A small, four-legged, fur-bearing extortionist.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A treat-seeking missile.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - A wildlife control expert impersonator.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - An animal that proves eating and sleeping is not ALL bad
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - An attitude in fur.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - An un-programmable animal.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - Can opener radar.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - Ethereal music wreathed in mystery.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - Living poetry.
  • I am NOT a cat. I am - Murphy's way of saying Nice Furniture.
  • I am in total control, but don't tell my cat.
  • I can't use Windows. My cat ate my mouse.
  • I could have more fun in cat litter.
  • I don't do mornings. - Garfield the cat
  • I fed some lemon to my cat and now I have a sour puss.
  • I got rid of my husband. The cat was allergic.
  • I have a watch cat. Just break in and she'll watch.
  • I have my cats permission to use the computer.
  • I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior. - Hippolyte Taine
  • I interfaced my cat to my radio. I just got hiss.
  • I love cats because I love my home and after a while they become its visible soul. - Jean Cocteau
  • I smell a rat - Thinking there is something hidden or concealed
  • I think one of the hoomies has got that swine flu ... I heard him in there grunting and snorting awile ago ...
  • I understand cats, men are the mystery.
  • I was a cat in my other lives.
  • I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat. - Edgar Allan Poe
  • I would gladly change places with any of my cats - George Ney
  • I'm busier than a cat in a Litter Box...
  • I'm claiming all of this as mine. -- The Cat
  • I'm the boss. ... My cat said so..
  • I've a cat in my lap and I can't get up.
  • Ice that would not support a cat, similar to the phrase skating on thin ice.
  • If a cat begins to fall, his inner ear canal (which controls balance) will help him right himself and land on his feet.
  • If a cat can jump five feet high, then why can't it jump through a three foot window? Because the window is closed.
  • If a cat is a flabby tabby, then what is a very small cat? An itty bitty kitty.
  • If a cat is frightened, put your hand over its eyes and forehead, or let him bury his head in your armpit to help calm him.
  • If a cat is frightened, the hair stands up fairly evenly all over the body.
  • If a cats tail is arched and bristled: The cat may attack if further provoked.
  • If a cats tail is curved gently downward, then curved up again at the tip: The cat is relaxed and comfortable.
  • If a cats tail is erect with the whole length or tip quivering gently: The cat is showing affection.
  • If a cats tail is erect, but the tip is tilted over, either forward or back: The cat is very interested and feeling friendly.
  • If a cats tail is fully erect and the tip is vertical: The cat is offering a friendly, cheerful greeting.
  • If a cats tail is fully lowered, perhaps tucked between hind legs: The cat is showing defeat or submissiveness (toward another cat).
  • If a cats tail is lowered and fluffed out: The cat is afraid.
  • If a cats tail is raised and fluffed out (the Big Tail): The cat is probably happily chasing around.
  • If a cats tail is slightly raised and softly curved: The cat is beginning to get interested in something.
  • If a cats tail is still, but the tip is twitching intensely: The cat is very annoyed.
  • If a cats tail is still, but the tip is twitching occasionally: The cat is slightly irritated or pensive.
  • If a cats tail is straight up and fully bristled: The cat is showing aggression (toward another cat).
  • If a cats tail is swishing vigorously from side to side: The cat is angry.
  • If a female cat and her tail is held to one side, and she is crouched or with her rump in the air: This female cat is ready to mate.
  • If a kitten has strayed from the litter or is hungry a tiny squeak from the kitten alerts the mother to the kittens needs.
  • If a male cat is both orange and black it is (besides being extremely rare) sterile.
  • If a strange scent or stranger appears nearby a kitten will give a defensive hiss which also alerts their mother of a possible threat.
  • If cats and dogs can live together, why can't men and women?
  • If cats do get pregnant, you can sell their kids.
  • If evolution is true then cats should not even need can openers.
  • If evolution were a fact then cats would use can openers.
  • If guests arrive for Christmas, cats must disappear for the next week.
  • If lights run on electricity and cars run on gas, what do cats run on? Their paws.
  • If string is ingested, it can become caught in the cat's stomach or intestines, causing illness, or in extreme cases, death.
  • If the resident cat is bathed regularly the allergic people tolerate it better.
  • If there are ten cats on a boat and one jumps off, how many cats are left on the boat? None. They were copy cats.
  • If you can't feel your cats ribs, she's too heavy.
  • If you underestimate protocol, you've never had a cat.
  • If you want the best seat in the house, move the cat.
  • If you would know a man, observe how he treats a cat.
  • If you would know a man, observe how your cat treats him.
  • If you yell at a cat, you're the one who is making a fool of yourself.
  • If your cat finishes eating your ice cream, which was left without supervision - the your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat from time to time talks to you and touches you with his/her paw or nose - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat has his/her own language you have never heard before, and constantly poses for photos - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat insists to sleep under the blankets with you on chilly nights - then your cat is a sphynx.
  • If your cat is running like a monkey over the furniture and sits on your shoulder like a parrot - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat lays on laptops, computers, radio receivers or tvs, heat registers, fax machine, or printer - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat likes snuggling with all other pets like dogs - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat likes unusual cat dishes such as grapes, watermelons, cucumbers etc. - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat looks like an alien from a movie and his eyes are sparkling with the same unbelievable light - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your cat loves rubbing his head against your stubbly 5 o'clock shadow (men only) - then your cat is a sphynx.
  • If your cat misses one meal, a trip to the vet may be necessary.
  • If your cat pushes his face against your head, it is a sign of acceptance and affection.
  • If your cat refuses your tap water, it may be sensing (with it's superior sense of smell) the chlorine or other minerals in your water.
  • If your cat snores or rolls over on his back to expose his belly, it means he trusts you.
  • If your cat's ears are like a bat's, and his paws are just like childrens hands - then your cat is a Sphynx.
  • If your friends/family come over to visit and say oh my god, is that a cat or dog? or ooooh thats soooo ugly - then your cats a sphynx.
  • In 1952, a Texas Tabby named Dusty set the record by having more than 420 kittens before having her last litter at age 18.
  • In 1987, cats overtook dogs as the number one pet in America (about 50 million cats resided in 24 million homes in 1986).
  • In China it is thought the presence of a black cat foretold of poverty.
  • In Finland it was thought that black cats were thought to carry the souls of the dead to the other world.
  • In India it is thought that a reincarnated soul may be liberated by throwing a black cat into a fire.
  • In Siam, the cat was so revered that one rode in a chariot at the head of a parade celebrating the new king.
  • In a cats eye, all things belong to cats. - English Proverb
  • In a lifetime, the average cat sheds 14.95 lbs. of fur.
  • In an average year, American cat owners spend $2.15 billion on cat food and $295 million on kitty litter.
  • In an average year, cat owners in the United States spend over $2 billion on cat food.
  • In households in the UK and USA, there are more cats kept as pets than dogs. At least 35% of households with cats have 2 or more cats.
  • In multi-cat households, cats of the opposite sex usually get along better.
  • In the USA cats inflict about 400,000 bites per year, with 90% of these bites coming from provoked animals.
  • In the beginning, God created man, but seeing him so feeble, He gave him the cat. - Warren Eckstein
  • In the middle of a world that had always been a bit mad, the cat walks with confidence. - Rosanne Amberson
  • In what kind of weather is a vet the busiest? When it's raining cats and dogs.
  • In which month do cats meow the least? February - it's the shortest month.
  • Indoor cats should be provided with a scratching post so that they are less likely to use carpet or furniture which they can easily ruin.
  • Indoor cats will often retain their hunting instinct and deliver small household items to their owners, such as watches, pens, pencils, etc.
  • Interestingly, someone who is allergic to one cat may not be allergic to another cat.
  • Is it bad luck if a black cat follows you? That depends on whether you're a man or a mouse.
  • It costs $7000 to care for one household cat over its lifetime. This covers only the necessities; the pampered pet cost more.
  • It has been proven that male cats shed much greater amounts of allergen than females.
  • It has been scientifically proven that stroking a cat can lower one's blood pressure.
  • It has been suggested that cats may be particularly sensitive to environmental pollutants.
  • It is strongly recommended that kittens are allowed to remain with mother for 10 weeks to permit natural training to take place.
  • It may take as long as 2 weeks for a kitten to be able to hear well.
  • It took my cat a month to fully train me.
  • It was discovered in 1987 that taurine deficiency can cause feline dilated cardiomyopathy.
  • It works better if you plug it in -- unless it's the cat.
  • It's 11:00pm...do you know what your cats are shredding?
  • It's a cat book. You sniff the lines. * Cat
  • It's all about the CATtitude.
  • It's always darkest before you step on the cat.
  • It's ok if a cat rubs up against your best friend.
  • It's raining cats and dogs - It's raining very hard
  • It's the cats house; I just pay the rent.
  • Just as no two hoomans have the same fingerprints, it's a fact that no two feline nose prints are alike.
  • Keep anti-freeze away from all animals - it's sweet and enticing, but deadly poison.
  • Kittens are born with both eyes and ears closed and blue at first. They change color over a period of months to the final eye color.
  • Kittens are weaned at between six and seven weeks, and cats normally reach sexual maturity at 5-10 months (females)
  • Kittens begin dreaming at just over one week old.
  • Kittens begin to walk at around 20 days old.
  • Kittens believe that all nature is occupied with their diversion. - F.A. Paradis de Moncrif
  • Kittens eyes usually open between 7 and 10 days, but sometimes it happens in as little as 2 days.
  • Kittens have baby teeth, which are replaced by permanent teeth around the age of 7 months.
  • Kittens tend to have a preference for a particular teat, they will stay with their choice until they are weaned
  • Know which plants are poisonous to your Cat, and which ones are safe.
  • Leash training a cat is usually the most successful with cats whose owners start training them at an early age.
  • Light petting is always enough to satisfy a cat.
  • Like a cat on a hot tin roof - Someone with frayed nerves; jumpy
  • Like a cat on hot bricks - Someone with frayed nerves; jumpy
  • Like cats and dogs - Usually, quarreling viciously (as in fighting like cats and dogs)
  • Like herding cats - An effort that will likely be futile or at least very, very difficult to accomplish.
  • Like hoomans, kittens have baby teeth, which are replaced with their adult teeth from around 6 months of age.
  • Like some other domesticated animals, cats have either a mutualistic or commensal relationship with hoomans.
  • Longhaired cats are more prone to hairballs than shorthaired cats.
  • Look what the cat dragged in - A slightly derogatory comment on someone's arrival
  • Looking like the cat that swallowed a canary - Displaying a self-satisfied grin
  • Make the fur fly - Start a fight
  • Making friends with a cat is a lot tougher than hitting it off with a hooman, or just about any other species outside the reptile world.
  • Male cats used to be called rams or boars, until 1760.
  • Managing senior programmers is like herding cats.
  • Managing software engineers is like herding cats.
  • Many Cats love having their forehead gently stroked.
  • Many cat bites will become infected, sometimes with serious consequences such as cat-scratch fever (disease), or, more rarely, rabies.
  • Many cats also enjoy grooming hoomans or other cats.
  • Many cats cannot properly digest cow's milk. Milk and milk products give them diarrhea.
  • Many cats cannot resist a dangling piece of string, or a piece of rope drawn randomly and enticingly across the floor.
  • Many cats enjoy consuming catnip, and most will often roll in it, paw at it, and occasionally chew on it.
  • Many experts report that cats will purr when feeling any intense emotion (pleasure or pain).
  • Many finicky felines demand bottled water, just like their hooman counterparts.
  • Many hooman foods are somewhat toxic to cats; chocolate can cause theobromine poisoning for instance, although few cats will eat chocolate.
  • Many hoomans find the rewards of cat companionship outweigh the discomfort and problems associated with allergens.
  • Many houseplants are at least somewhat toxic to many species, cats included, and the consumption of such plants by cats is to be avoided.
  • Mature cats with no health problems are in deep sleep 15 percent of their lives. They are in light sleep 50 percent of the time.
  • Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, Me ......... The Cat
  • Men don't like cats because cats are cooler than they are.
  • Men often scare cats just because their voices are low, a trait shared by many felines' most feared enemies.
  • Meow culpa. - Something you'll never hear from a cat.
  • Miacis, the primitive ancestor of cats, was a small, tree-living creature of the late Eocene period, some 45 to 50 million years ago.
  • Mice Krispies - The breakfast of champions.
  • Milk can actually give some cats diarrhea.
  • Mmmmmm, something smells good. It's me. * Cat
  • More cats are left handed than right handed. Approximately 40 out of 100 are left-pawed, 20 are right-pawed, and 40 are ambidextrous.
  • More than 35,000 kittens are born in the U.S. each year. Spay or neuter your cat.
  • Most Cats adore sardines.
  • Most Cats have a total of 24 whiskers, 4 rows of whiskers on each side.
  • Most breeds of cat have a noted fondness for settling in high places, or perching.
  • Most cats have no eyelashes.
  • Most cats prefer their food at room temperature, and will boldly REFUSE any food that is too cold or too hot.
  • Most veterinarians suggest spaying the female at 5 months, before her first heat period.
  • Multiple males will be attracted to a female cat in heat. The males will fight over her, and the victor wins the right to mate.
  • My cat walks all over me. :* :* :* :*
  • My dog thinks he's hooman.. My cat thinks he's GOD.
  • NO. to a cat means Not while I am looking.
  • Neither teenagers nor Cats turn their heads when you call them by name.
  • Neutering a male cat will, in almost all cases, stop him from spraying (territorial marking)
  • Never ever give Tylenol to a cat.
  • Never feed your cat dog food. Cats need five times more protein than dogs do.
  • Never give your cat aspirin unless specifically prescribed by your veterinarian; it can be fatal.
  • Never trust a smiling cat.
  • Never try to out stubborn a cat.
  • Nice kittens give you time to clot between attacks.
  • No cat or teenager shares you taste in music.
  • No favor can win gratitude from a cat.
  • No matter how much cats fight, there always seems to be plenty of kittens. - Abraham Lincoln
  • No time spent with a cat on your lap can be considered waste
  • Normal body temperature for a cat is 102 degrees F.
  • Nose-touching is a common greeting usually followed by social grooming, which is solicited by one of the cats raising and tilting its head.
  • Not every cat gets high from catnip. If the cat doesn't have a specific gene, it won't react (about 20% do not have the gene).
  • Nothing the cats do surprises me anymore.
  • Of all the current breeds of cats, the two that have the strongest claim of original domestic cat are the Egyptian Mau and the Abyssinian.
  • Often, eating too much catnip can cause cats to be overtly aggressive; typically making them hiss.
  • Older cats may show aggressiveness towards newly-arrived kittens, which may include biting and scratching.
  • On what should you mount a statue of your cat? A caterpillar.
  • One cat just leads to another. - Ernest Hemingway
  • One cat just leads to another.
  • One poorly understood element of cat hunting behavior is the presentation of prey to hooman owners.
  • One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.
  • Outrageous. Does your cat put YOU out at night?
  • PURRRR if you love cats.
  • Pair bonds can develop between two cats who live together, or between a cat and a person.
  • People don't own cats, cats own people.
  • People that hate cats, will come back as mice in their next life. - Faith Resnick
  • People who are allergic to cats are actually allergic to cat saliva or to cat dander.
  • People who hate cats will come back as mice in their next life.
  • People who own pets live longer, have less stress, and have fewer heart attacks.
  • Perching on heights, give cats a sense of security.
  • Pet supply stores sell bitter apple spray, which cats do not like and will generally avoid to keep them from unwanted areas.
  • Pet-proof your house by looking for items that may be dangerous to them which include cleaners antifreeze and rat poison among others.
  • Phoenician cargo ships are thought to have brought the first domesticated cats to Europe in about 900 BC.
  • Play by kittens mimic hunting and is important in helping kittens learn to stalk, capture, and kill prey.
  • Play is a way for cats to practice the skills needed for real combat and also reduce fear they associate with launching attacks.
  • Playing cat and mouse - Playing a game of strategy and stealth, or playing in a cruel or teasing way.
  • Politically Correct: The cat does not barf hairballs; he is a floor/rug redecorator.
  • Politically Correct: The cat does not break things; she helps gravity do its job.
  • Politically Correct: The cat does not fear dogs; they are merely sprint practice tools.
  • Politically Correct: The cat does not gobble; she eats with alacrity.
  • Politically Correct: The cat does not scratch; he is a furniture/rug/skin ventilator.
  • Politically Correct: The cat does not yowl; he is singing off-key.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a bed hog; he is a mattress appreciator.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a chatterbox; she is advising me on what to do next.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a dope addict; she is catnip appreciative.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a lap fungus; he is bed selective.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a pest; she is attention deprived.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a ruthless hunter; she is a wildlife control expert.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a shedding machine; she is a hair relocation stylist.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not a treat-seeking missile; she enjoys the proximity of food.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not evil; she is badness enhanced.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not fat; he is mass enhanced.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not lazy; he is motivationally challenged.
  • Politically Correct: The cat is not underfoot; she is shepherding me to the next destination, the food dish.
  • Purring does not always indicate that a cat is happy and healthy - some cats will purr loudly when they are terrified or in pain.
  • Purring does not always indicate that a cat is happy. Cats sometimes also purr loudly when they are distressed or in pain
  • Purring....the sound of a cat manufacturing cuteness.
  • Purring: automatic safety-valve for happiness overflow.
  • Purrinoia: fear that the cat is up to something.
  • PurrrrpetmeorIscratchyoureyesoutpurrrr - common feline term
  • Purrrvey: The sound made by an overwrought Jewish cat.
  • Pussyfooting around - To tread or move warily or stealthily or to refrain from committing oneself
  • Recent studies have shown that cats can see blue and green. There is disagreement as to whether they can see red.
  • Regardless of the average sociability of any given cat or of cats in general, some cats are poorly socialized.
  • Regular grooming of the cats coat with a comb or stiff brush will help prevent hairballs.
  • Remember, if you see any typos .... the dog did it.
  • Rub someone's fur the wrong way - To irritate or upset someone
  • Scaredy-cat / Fraidy cat - A person who won't act on a dare, or who is afraid to try something new.
  • Science asks How? Philosophy asks Why? Cats could care less.
  • Scratching can be reduced and even eliminated by a quick spritz from a water bottle when the cat is scratching.
  • Scratching posts made of sisal rope or corrugated cardboard are also commonly in use.
  • See any typos? The dog did it.
  • See which way the cat jumps - Wait and see what happens
  • Self, self, self, self, self. -- The Cat
  • Seven weeks is when the kittens are usually weaned and eating solids, suckling will end.
  • Siamese coat color and crossed eyes may be caused by the same gene.
  • Siamese kittens are born white because of the heat inside the mother's uterus before birth that keeps the hair from darkening on the points.
  • Singing to the cat on the other side of the front door is a good thing at 2 am.
  • Sir Isaac Newton invented the cat-flap door.
  • Sir Isaac Newton is not only credited with the laws of gravity but is also credited with inventing the cat flap. (cat door)
  • Sir Isaac Newton, discoverer of the principles of gravity, also invented the cat door.
  • Sitting in the cat bird seat - Being in an advantageous position
  • Six-toed kittens are so common in Boston and surrounding areas of Massachusetts that experts consider it an established mutation.
  • Sleeping is my third favorite thing. -- The Cat
  • So how to win a cats approval? First of all, don't try too hard. Don't run up to a cat and furiously stroke its neck or try to pick it up.
  • Some animals are secretive; some are shy. A cat is private. - Leonard Michaels
  • Some cats can be trained to walk outside with a leash and harness or collar.
  • Some cats have been documented to have a longevity of 34 years.
  • Some cats occasionally regurgitate hairballs of fur that have collected in their stomachs as a result of their grooming.
  • Some cats will growl, meow, scratch, or bite the hand holding catnip.
  • Some hoomans cope with the problem by taking prescription allergy medicine, along with bathing their cats frequently.
  • Some indoor cats, may not understand the concept of a scratching post, and as a result will ignore it.
  • Some notable people who disliked cats: Napoleon Bonaparte, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Hitler.
  • Some people own cats and actually go on to lead normal lives .....
  • Some people say that cats are sneaky, evil and cruel. True, and they have other fine qualities as well.
  • Sometimes the act of grooming another cat is initiated as an assertion of superior position in the pecking order of a group.
  • Sourpuss - Someone who is cranky
  • Spaying a female before her first or second heat will greatly reduce the threat of mammary cancer and uterine disease.
  • Spaying and nuetering cats prevents undesirable behavior, such as territory marking or spraying in males and yowling in females.
  • Stray Cats allowed inside will not be permitted to jump up on or sharpen their claws on the furniture.
  • Stray Cats are forbidden to walk on the computer keyboard on the desk when the hooman is ';lkjijn huhgtgv ffdsa trying to use it.
  • Stray Cats sleeping under the covers at the foot of the bed will not be allowed to chew on our feet.
  • Stray Cats that are already pregnant will not be allowed in closets, drawers, cupboards or spare rooms.
  • Stray Cats that are already pregnant will sleep in a specially prepared box.
  • Stray Cats that are petted, played with, picked up and cuddled will absolutely not be given a name.
  • Stray Cats that have their babies in the closet in our bedroom will not be allowed to pull our clothes from the hangers.
  • Stray Cats that have their babies on our best evening gown will have to live with that on their conscience forever.
  • Stray Cats will be neutered as soon as possible.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed inside the house except at certain times, maybe holidays.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed inside the house except on days ending in y.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed to curl up on our pillows, tickle one ear with their tail, and purr in the other ear all night.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed to sharpen their claws on the people nice enough to give them a home.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed to sleep in our bed under the covers except at the foot.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed to sleep in our bed under the covers unless we're cold.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed to sleep in our bed, except at the foot.
  • Stray Cats will not be allowed to sleep in our bed.
  • Stray Cats will not be encouraged to make this house their permanent residence and will not be petted, played with, or picked up and cuddled.
  • Stray Cats will not be fed anything except dry cat food moistened with a little milk in a spare margarine container.
  • Stray Cats will not be fed anything except dry cat food moistened with warm milk, yummy treats and leftover fish scraps.
  • Stray Cats will not be fed anything except dry cat food tossed on the ground, outside.
  • Stray Cats will not be permitted to jump up on, or sharpen claws on the really good furniture.
  • Stray Cats will not be petted, played with, or picked up and cuddled unnecessarily.
  • Stray Cats will not beat up the house Cats when they come inside the house on days ending in Y.
  • Stray Cats will not have special toys bought for them so that they will be tempted to come closer.
  • Stray Cats will not play on the desk near the computer.
  • Stray Cats will not play on the desk.
  • Stray Cats will not play with our feet when we're sitting at the desk. It makes it hard to concentrate.
  • Stray Cats will not try to make the house Cats jealous when they are eating THEIR food.
  • Stray Cats will sleep in a cardboard box lined with an old blanket in a corner of the bedroom.
  • Stray Cats will sleep in the garage.
  • Stray Cats will sleep in the house but not in the bedroom.
  • Stray Cats will sleep outside unless it's raining.
  • Stray Cats will sleep outside.
  • Stray Cats with or without a name will not be allowed inside the house at any time.
  • Stroking a cat can help to relieve stress, and the feel of a purring cat on your lap conveys a strong sense of security and comfort.
  • Studies show that the allergen in cats is related to their scent glands. Cats have scent glands on their faces / at the base of their tails.
  • Sweeten the kitty - Increase the amount
  • Tabby - A domestic cat with a striped and mottled coat
  • Taglines are like cats, you only think you own them.
  • Taglines are like cats. You just think they're yours.
  • Tail raising also indicates the cats position in the group's social hierarchy, with dominant individuals raising their tails less often.
  • Tarine deficiency can cause central retinal degeneration (CRD) in cats, as well as hair loss and tooth decay.
  • Taurine deficiency can cause macular degeneration where the cat's retina slowly degenerates, causing irreversible blindness.
  • Taurine is an essential dietary requirement for feline health, since cats cannot synthesize the compound.
  • Taurine is now a required ingredient in cat food products and should contain at least 0.1% dry food and 0.2% wet food.
  • Taurine, necessary for cats eyesite, is found naturally in seafood and meats.
  • Thank God cats don't have opposable thumbs.
  • That was a pointing device? My cat thought it was dinner.
  • That would be about as easy as teaching cats to march.
  • The ASPCA warns owners to safeguard the more dangerous perches in their homes, to avoid high-rise syndrome (falls) in cats.
  • The CATtitude rules.
  • The Cat, stealthy, solitary, secretive and intelligent - said to possess nine lives - always prepared for the unexpected.
  • The English word cat dates from before 900A.D. - comes from the Old English words: catt (male) and catte (female).
  • The Maine Coon cat is America's only natural breed of domestic feline. It is 4-5 times larger than the Singapura, the smallest breed of cat.
  • The Pilgrims were the first to introduce cats to North America.
  • The Sphynx cat Mr. Bigglesworth has become the poster cat for this breed.
  • The Sphynx cat always enjoys sitting in front of you and looking at you with a loving glance.
  • The Sphynx cat always wants to make sure that you are still with him/her ....
  • The Sphynx cat are ideal companions for families with children, singles with other pets or experienced cat owners.
  • The Sphynx cat average females weigh between 7 and 9 pounds.
  • The Sphynx cat average males weigh between 8 and 10 pounds.
  • The Sphynx cat body feels like warm Chamois leather.
  • The Sphynx cat body is highly susceptible to sunburn.
  • The Sphynx cat breed traces its origins to 1966 in Toronto, Canada when a domestic cat gave birth to a hairless kitten.
  • The Sphynx cat character from the Austin Powers movies was portrayed by two Sphynx named Ted Nude-gent and Mel Gibskin.
  • The Sphynx cat craves attention, and if there's none forthcoming, watch out.
  • The Sphynx cat dander is capable of evoking allergic reactions in people who have cat allergies.
  • The Sphynx cat do not need combs or brushes.
  • The Sphynx cat ears are like a bat's, and his paws are just like childrens hands.
  • The Sphynx cat eat more than most cats, because of the higher metabolic rate needed to maintain a higher body temperature.
  • The Sphynx cat from time to time talks to you and touches you with his/her paw or nose.
  • The Sphynx cat generally have wedge-shaped heads and sturdy, heavy bodies. Many cats of this breed develop pot bellies.
  • The Sphynx cat generally likes unusual cat dishes such as grapes, watermelons, cucumbers etc.
  • The Sphynx cat gets remarks like oh my god, is that a cat or dog? or ooooh thats soooo ugly ....
  • The Sphynx cat has a light layer of soft, fine down on its body.
  • The Sphynx cat has a pixie face, giant batty ears, potbelly and wrinkled skin nearly void of any hair.
  • The Sphynx cat has an abundance of energy and wants to be always either near you, on top of you or showing off for you.
  • The Sphynx cat has an open-eyed, intelligent face and a friendly expression.
  • The Sphynx cat has been vying for championship status by this world's largest breed registry since 2002.
  • The Sphynx cat has his/her own language you have never heard before, and constantly poses for photos.
  • The Sphynx cat has the wisdom of the ages written in their souls.
  • The Sphynx cat has usually been acclimated from kittenhood with bathing and grooming proper for the Sphynx.
  • The Sphynx cat have sturdy boning and good muscle development and should have a bit of a belly as if they just finished dinner.
  • The Sphynx cat insists on sleeping under the blankets with you on chilly nights - no not really .... more like ALL the time.
  • The Sphynx cat is ALWAYS the center of attention.
  • The Sphynx cat is a smart, high-energy breed that loves to show off for his favorite people and is social to house guests.
  • The Sphynx cat is actually covered with a very fine downy coat, but the hairless look is accentuated by the lack of whiskers or eyelashes.
  • The Sphynx cat is alert and inquisitive and loves to be the center of attention, performing silly antics for your entertainment.
  • The Sphynx cat is enchantment in its purest form.
  • The Sphynx cat is extremely affectionate, loving, sweet and sensitive, usually purring profusely.
  • The Sphynx cat is friendly and outgoing with other cats, dogs and the whole hooman race.
  • The Sphynx cat is hard to describe in mere words .... They are just EXTRAordinary.
  • The Sphynx cat is highly intelligent, very curious, playful and mischievous.
  • The Sphynx cat is medium sized and strong, with adult males being larger than adult females.
  • The Sphynx cat is nicknamed the Love Mooch for their devotion to their hoomans.
  • The Sphynx cat is not everybodys idea of love at first sight - but is guaranteed to win you over.
  • The Sphynx cat is noted for its high metabolism and need to eat a LOT of food daily but is at low risk for becoming overweight or obese.
  • The Sphynx cat is referred to as a feline alien due to its pixie face, giant batty ears, potbelly and wrinkled skin.
  • The Sphynx cat is regarded to be very robust with few health or genetic problems.
  • The Sphynx cat is smart enough to find a warm hooman, dog or cat to curl up with or they will get under your bed covers when its cold.
  • The Sphynx cat is some of the most delightful and lovable cats ever to appear in the UNIVERSE.
  • The Sphynx cat is still rather rare and most breeders (good ones anyway) have a waiting list for their kittens.
  • The Sphynx cat is very warm and soft to the touch and this little snuggler has been described as a 'suede hot water bottle'.
  • The Sphynx cat known for their extroverted behavior display a high level of energy intelligence curiosity and affection for their owners.
  • The Sphynx cat knows every trick in the book and have tried them all at least once.
  • The Sphynx cat lack of hair that would normally absorb body oils makes the Sphynx need at least weekly bathing and ear cleaning.
  • The Sphynx cat lays on laptops, computers, radio receivers or tvs, heat registers, fax machine, or printer, etc.
  • The Sphynx cat likes snuggling with all other pets like dogs.
  • The Sphynx cat look is always UNMISTAKABLE.
  • The Sphynx cat looks like an alien from a movie and his eyes sparkle with the same unbelievable light.
  • The Sphynx cat loves rubbing his head against your stubbly 5 o'clock shadow.
  • The Sphynx cat loves scrithes under the jaw.
  • The Sphynx cat loves to wear cat clothing as it helps keep them warm and cozy.
  • The Sphynx cat make great show cats because of their look at me CATtitude and they are easy for judges to handle.
  • The Sphynx cat may be hairless, but they are not hypoallergenic.
  • The Sphynx cat more than often has light hair on their nose, ears, tail and toes.
  • The Sphynx cat need cat-safe sun block and limit your Sphynx's exposure outside during sunny days.
  • The Sphynx cat needs a bath at least once per week or more often if neccessary.
  • The Sphynx cat perform silly antics for your entertainment and are sometimes downright clumsy .... on purpose it seems.
  • The Sphynx cat prefers hooman attention but enjoy the company of dogs and other cats.
  • The Sphynx cat pricing usually depends on type, applicable markings and bloodlines.
  • The Sphynx cat ranks seventh in popularity among the breeds recognized by the Cat Fanciers Association.
  • The Sphynx cat runs like a monkey over the furniture and sits on your shoulder like a parrot.
  • The Sphynx cat seems to operate on two speeds: fast and stop.
  • The Sphynx cat shivers when they get cold or chilled to generate heat to raise their body temprature.
  • The Sphynx cat skin dispenses natural oils that are usually absorbed by other cats hair.
  • The Sphynx cat theme song is show me the heat.
  • The Sphynx cat turns into a heat-seeking missile to find a toasty place, usually under the covers when its time for a nap.
  • The Sphynx cat was accepted for competition in the Championship Class by The Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) in February of 2002.
  • The Sphynx cat was originally a spontaneous mutation.
  • The Sphynx cat whiskers and eyebrows may be present, either whole or broken, or may be totally absent.
  • The Sphynx cat will finish eating your ice cream, which was left without supervision.
  • The Thanksgiving turkey, the baloney, and other deli meats belong to the cat.
  • The absence of taurine causes a cat's retina to slowly degenerate, causing eye problems and (eventually) irreversible blindness.
  • The ancient Egyptians were the first to tame the cat (in about 3000 BC), and used them to control pests.
  • The average age for an indoor cat is 15 years, while the average age for an outdoor cat is only 3 to 5 years.
  • The average cat weighs 12 pounds.
  • The average lifespan of an outdoor-only (feral and non-feral) is about 3 years; an indoor-only cat can live 16 years and longer.
  • The average lifespan of an outdoor-only cat is about 3 to 5 years while an indoor-only cat can live
  • The average litter of kittens is between 2 - 6 kittens.
  • The behaviors shown by most house Cats have a parallel in the wild.
  • The best kind of cat toy has a person on one end.
  • The black animal with white stripes is a plaything.
  • The cat appears to be the only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible.
  • The cat ate cheese and waited by mousehole with baited breath.
  • The cat cannot produce the amino acid taurine, which is neccessary for proper vision health.
  • The cat has 500 skeletal muscles (hoomans have 650).
  • The cat has too much spirit to have no heart. - Ernest Menaul
  • The cat has too much spirit to have no heart.
  • The cat is above all things, a dramatist. - Margaret Benson
  • The cat is domestic only as far as it suits its own ends.
  • The cat is highly dignified until the dog comes by ...
  • The cat is the only animal which accepts the comforts but rejects the bondage of domesticity. - Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
  • The cat is the only domesticated animal NOT mentioned in the bible.
  • The cat is, above all things, a dramatist.
  • The cat lets me live here.
  • The cat may look at a king - An insolent remark of insubordination, meaning, I am as good as you.
  • The cat seldom interferes with other people's rights.
  • The cat that ate the ball of yarn....had mittens.
  • The cat thinks she can type better than I can.
  • The cat types of body language: position of ears and tail, relaxation of whole body, kneading of paws, all are indicators of mood.
  • The cat was created when the lion sneezed.
  • The cat's clavicle, or collarbone, does not connect with other bones but is buried in the muscles of the shoulder region.
  • The cat's front paw has 5 toes and the back paws have 4. Cats born with 6 or 7 front toes and extra back toes are called polydactyl
  • The cat's front paw has 5 toes, but the back paws have 4. Some Cats are born with as many as 7 front toes and extra back toes (polydactl).
  • The cat's front paws have 5 toes & their back paws have 4.
  • The cat's most ancient ancestor probably was a weasel like animal called Miacis, which lived about 40 million or 50 million years ago.
  • The cat's out of the bag - To pass along a secret.
  • The cat's tail is used to maintain balance.
  • The cat's the only cat who knows where it's at.
  • The cat's tongue has sharp backwards-facing hooks, or papillae, which contain keratin.
  • The cats let us live here.
  • The cats saliva is a powerful cleaning agent and deodorant.
  • The claws on the cat's back feet aren't as sharp as the claws on the front because they can't retract into the toe.
  • The color of a kitten's eyes will change as it grows older.
  • The color of the points in Siamese cats is heat related. Cool areas are darker.
  • The color points of breeds such as the Siamese and Himalayan are controlled by an enzyme that is thermal in nature.
  • The common painkiller paracetamol or acetaminophen, sold under brand names such as Tylenol and Panadol, is EXTREMLY toxic to cats.
  • The domestic cat is the only species able to hold its tail vertically while walking.
  • The domestic cat seems to have greater confidence in itself than in anyone else. - Lawrence N. Johnson
  • The female cat reaches sexual maturity within 6 to 10 months; most veterinarians suggest spaying the female at 5 months.
  • The female cat will give a loud yowl as the male pulls out of her as the males penis has backward pointing spines.
  • The first breeding pair of Siamese cats arrived in England in 1884.
  • The first cat show was held in 1895 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.
  • The first formal cat show was held in England in 1871; in America, in 1895.
  • The first true cats came into existence about 12 million years ago and were the Proailurus.
  • The four cat food groups: Dry, Canned, Natural, Yours.
  • The fumes from moth balls can destroy a cat's liver cells. Use cedar in your closets instead.
  • The fumes from moth balls destroy a cat's liver cells. Use cedar in your closet instead.
  • The gene in cats that causes the orange coat color is sexed linked, and is on the X sex chromosome. This gene may display orange or black
  • The gestation period for cats is between 64-67 days, with an average length of 66 days.
  • The great open spaces where cats are cats. - Marquis
  • The heaviest cat on record weighed 46 lbs.
  • The height required to right themselves in most cats (safely) is around 90 cm (3 feet).
  • The hooman's food is meant to be shared with the cat.
  • The lack of a functioning collarbone allows the cat to fit through any opening the size of their head.
  • The largest known litter (with all surviving) was 14, that of a Persian in South Africa named Bluebell.
  • The leaves of the Easter Lily can cause permanent and life-threatening kidney damage to cats, and Philodendron are also poisonous to cats.
  • The life expectancy of cats has nearly doubled over the last fifty years.
  • The life expectancy of cats has nearly doubled since 1930 - from 8 to 16 years.
  • The liver of a cat is less effective at some forms of detoxification than those of other animals, including hoomans and dogs.
  • The male cat is known as a Tom Cat and the female cat is known as a Bitch or Queen.
  • The male cat usually reaches sexual maturity between 9 and 12 months.
  • The male cat's penis has a band of about 120-150 backwards-pointing spines, which are about 7 millimeters long.
  • The male, or Tomcat in Scotland is called a Gib cat; the female is a Doe cat.
  • The man who carries a cat by the tail learns something that can be learned in no other way. - Mark Twain
  • The mice may have the right but the cat has the claws.
  • The more Cats are spoken to, the more they will speak to you.
  • The more people I meet, the more I love my cats....
  • The most common causes of poisoning in cats are antifreeze and rodent baits.
  • The most popular names for female Cats in the U.S. are Missy, Misty, Muffin, Patches, Fluffy, Tabitha, Tigger, Pumpkin and Samantha.
  • The name SPHYNX (cat) is often MIS-spelled as SPHINX which is the ancient Egyptian cat body w/ a hooman head.
  • The normal body temperature of a cat is 102 degrees F.
  • The nose pad of a cat is ridged in a pattern that is unique, just like the fingerprint of a hooman.
  • The number of pet-owning households is expected to grow nearly 12% between 1993 and 2000, and another 5% between 2000 and 2010.
  • The numbers of feral cats are not known, but estimates of the US feral population range from 25 to 60 million.
  • The oldest cat on record was Puss, from England, who died in 1939 just one day after her 36th birthday.
  • The other cat's food is automatically preferable to their own.
  • The pillow on the bed belongs to the cat.
  • The poor cat in the rain look. It never fails.
  • The position of the quick can be easily seen through the translucent nail of a cat with light colored claws but not with dark ones.
  • The pupil size is related as much to the cat's emotions as to the degree of light.
  • The ridged pattern on a cat's nosepad is as individual as a hooman fingerprint.
  • The scalded cat fears even cold water.
  • The silks created by weavers in Baghdad were inspired by the beautiful and varied colors and markings of cat coats.
  • The size of a litter of kittens averages three to five kittens, with the first litter usually smaller than subsequent litters.
  • The smallest feline is a masterpiece. - Leonardo da Vinci
  • The tail is a particularly important social signal in cats, with a raised tail acting as a friendly greeting.
  • The temperament of a cat can vary depending on the breed and socialization.
  • The toilet is a good place from which to get a drink of water.
  • The typical male housecat will weigh between 7 and 9 pounds, slightly less for female housecats.
  • The upper two rows of a Cats whiskers can move independently of the bottom two rows.
  • The way to get on with a cat is to treat it as an equal - or even better, as the superior it knows itself to be. - Elizabeth Peters
  • There ain't room to cuss a cat here w/out gettin' fur in your mouth.
  • There are approximately 100 breeds of cat.
  • There are approximately 60,000 hairs per square inch on the back of a cat and about 120,000 per square inch on its underside.
  • There are many intelligent species in the universe. They are all owned by cats.
  • There are more than 500 million domestic Cats in the world, with 33 different breeds.
  • There are several alternatives to a complete declawing, including trimming or a less radical surgery to remove the claws.
  • There are tiny, parasitic worms that can live in a cat's stomach. These worms cause frequent vomiting.
  • There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.
  • There are two means of refuge from the misery of life - music and cats. - Albert Schweitzer
  • There are two species of wild Cats in African and Europe that still hunt. These two species both resemble the domestic tabbies.
  • There have been 3 different cats who have played Morris the Cat. - All 3 of them were rescued from shelters.
  • There is no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast.
  • There is no such thing as an ordinary cat.
  • There is no such thing as just a cat.
  • There is, incidentally, no way of talking about cats that enables one to come off as a sane person. - Dan Greenberg
  • There's more than one way to skin a cat - There is more than one way to accomplish a task.
  • There's no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast.
  • There's not enough room to swing a cat - The room is very cramped and crowded.
  • This catnip crop guarded by attack cat.
  • This tagline guarded by attack cat.
  • Though rare, cats can contract canine heart worms.
  • Thousands of years ago, cats were worshipped as gods. Cats have never forgotten this.
  • Three to four weeks old is when the kittens will start to explore their world.
  • Time spent with cats is never wasted.
  • To aid with navigation and sensation, cats have dozens of movable vibrissae (whiskers) over their body, especially their face.
  • To get one's back up - Showing anger or annoyance - The allusion is to a cat, which sets its back up when attacked by a dog or other animal.
  • To make sure your cat's collar fits properly, make sure you can slip two fingers under the collar, between the collar and your cat's neck.
  • To make your cat's scratching post more inviting, try rubbing catnip on the material that covers it.
  • To purr, cats use extra tissue in the larynx (voice box). This tiuue vibrates when they purr.
  • To start your cat collection, simply open a can of tuna.
  • To the old cat, the tender mouse.
  • To understand a cat, you must realize that he has has own gifts, his own viewpoint, even his own morality. - Lilian Jackson Braun
  • Toilet paper exists for cats to make confetti with.
  • Toilet paper exists for cats to make shredded toilet paper with.
  • Toilet paper exists so that cats can shred it into little bits.
  • Toxicity in cats ingesting relatively large amounts of onions or garlic has also been reported.
  • Train your cat to use a scratching post instead of considering declawing.
  • Try hanging an orange or lemon scented air freshener in the inner branches of your Christmas tree, if your cat is a seasonal climber.
  • Two cats are a circus, three a coup, six a revolution.
  • Typos? Blame my cat.
  • Under normal circumstances a kitten should never be taken from its mother until they are at least 8 weeks old. Preferably
  • Unlike central retinal degeneration (CRD) in cats, feline dilated cardiomyopathy is reversible with supplementation.
  • Upon withdrawal of the cats penis, the spines rake the walls of the female's vagina, which may cause ovulation.
  • Useless Invention: Cat flap for the fridge.
  • Walk like a cat on eggs - Tread very lightly
  • Way down deep, we're all motivated by the same urges. Cats have the courage to live by them. - Jim Davis
  • Weak as a kitten - Very weak, ineffective, fragile. In the early 1800s the expression was weak as a cat
  • Weekly bathing will eliminate about 90% of the cat dander present in the home environment.
  • Well .... you DO understand it's all about the CATtitude.
  • What cat purrs more than any other? Purrsians.
  • What did one cat say to another? Have you heard the mews today.
  • What did the cat do when he swallowed some cheese? He waited by the mouse hole with baited breath.
  • What did the cat say when he lost all his money? I'm poaaaw.
  • What did the freshman computer science major say when he was told that the work stations had mice? Don't you have a cat?
  • What did the mouse say when the cat bit his tail? That's the end of me.
  • What do baby cats wear? Dia-purrs.
  • What do cats like best on a hot day? Mice cream.
  • What do cats like to eat for breakfast? Mice Krispies.
  • What do cats read in the morning? Mewspapers.
  • What do cats use to make coffee? A purrcolator.
  • What do you call a God with attitude? .... A cat.
  • What do you call a cat that has just eaten a whole duck? A duck filled fatty puss.
  • What do you call a cat that likes to dig on the beach? Sandy Claws.
  • What do you call a cat that lives in an igloo? An eskimew.
  • What do you call a cat that sucks on lemons? A sour puss.
  • What do you call a cat wearing shoes? Puss in boots.
  • What do you call a hairy ruler with an attitude? .... A cat.
  • What do you call a loving cat bite? Cat nip.
  • What do you call a superior being with an attitude? ..... A cat.
  • What do you call kittens who keep getting passed from owner to owner? Chain litter.
  • What do you call royalty with an attitude? .... A cat.
  • What do you call the cat that was caught by the police? The purrpatrator.
  • What do you do with a blue Burmese? Try and cheer it up a bit.
  • What do you get if you cross a Tomcat with a Pekingese? A Peking Tom.
  • What do you get if you cross a cat with Father Christmas? Santa Claws.
  • What do you get if you cross a cat with a bottle of vinegar? A sourpuss.
  • What do you get if you cross a cat with a canary? A peeping tom.
  • What do you get if you cross a cat with a canary? Shredded tweet.
  • What do you get if you cross a cat with a gorilla? An animal that puts you out a night.
  • What do you get if you cross a cat with a parrot? A carrot.
  • What do you get if you cross a cat with a tree? A cat-a-log.
  • What do you get if you cross a chick with an alley cat? A peeping tom.
  • What do you get if you cross an elephant with a cat? A big furry creature that purrs while it sits on your lap and squashes you.
  • What do you get when you cross a cat with a radio? .... Just hisssss ....
  • What do you say to your cat when you leave the house? Have a mice day.
  • What do you use to comb a cat? A catacomb.
  • What do your husband and your cats have in common? ... None of your cats lower the toilet seat either.
  • What does a cat call a bowl of mice? A purrrrfect meal.
  • What does a cat do when it gets mad? It has a hissy fit.
  • What does a cat like to eat on a hot day? A mice cream cone.
  • What does a cat that lives near the beach have in common with Christmas? Sandy Claws.
  • What does a sour puss eat? Crab meat.
  • What drinks milk, meows, and has eight legs? An octo-puss.
  • What grade did the cat get on his test? He got a Purrrr-fect score.
  • What greater gift than the love of a cat. - Charles Dickens
  • What happened when the cat ate a ball of wool? She had mittens.
  • What happened when the cat went to the flea circus? He stole the whole show.
  • What happens when two cats want the same dish of food? They get into a phsssssst fight.
  • What has more lives than a cat? A frog - it croaks all the time.
  • What is a French cat's favorite pudding? Chocolate mouse.
  • What is a cat's favorite car? The Catillac.
  • What is a cat's favorite color? Purrrrrrrple.
  • What is a cat's favorite movie? The Sound of Mewsic.
  • What is a cat's favorite party game? Mews-ical chairs.
  • What is a cat's favorite song? Three Blind Mice
  • What is a cat's favorite subject in school? .... HISSSStory.
  • What is a cat's favorite subject in school? HISStory.
  • What is a cat's way of keeping law & order? Claw Enforcement.
  • What is a favorite cat tale? The Tortoiseshell and the Hair.
  • What is another name for a cat's home? A scratch pad.
  • What is another way to describe a cat? A heat seeking missile.
  • What is the best award a cat can earn? The Purr-litzer prize.
  • What is the cat's favorite TV show? The evening mews.
  • What is the cat's favorite magazine? Good Mousekeeping.
  • What is the difference between a cat and a comma? One has the paws before the claws and the other has the clause before the pause.
  • What is the name of the unauthorized autobiography of the cat? Hiss and Tell.
  • What is white, sugary, has whiskers and floats on the sea? A catameringue.
  • What kind of Cat purrs the best? Purrrrr-sians.
  • What kind of cat should you take into the desert? A first aid kitty.
  • What kind of cat will keep your grass short? A lawn meower.
  • What kind of cats purrs the best? Purrrrr-sians.
  • What kind of mood is kitty in? Her eyes, whiskers and ears will tell you. Learn to read the signs she gives you.
  • What looks like half a cat? The other half.
  • What newspapers do cats read? The Daily Mews.
  • What side of the cat has the most fur? The OUT-side.
  • What sport do cats play? Hairball.
  • What time is it when 12 cats chase a mouse? 12 after 1.
  • What works in a circus, walks a tightrope and has claws? An acrocat.
  • What's a cat's favorite dessert? Chocolate mouse.
  • What's happening when you hear woof... splat... meow... splat? It's raining cats and dogs.
  • What's the unluckiest kind of cat to have? A catastrophe.
  • What's worse than raining cats and dogs? Hailing taxi cabs.
  • When Mother Nature saw fit to remove the tail of the Manx, she left, in place of the tail, more cat. - Mary E. Stewart
  • When a cat drinks, its tongue - which has tiny barbs on it - scoops the liquid up backwards.
  • When a cat has a sudden or prolonged serious illness without any obvious cause, it is possible that it has been exposed to a toxin.
  • When a cat has more than 18 toes, it's called a polydactyl.
  • When a cat moves in and rubs your leg for the first time, this is the feline stamp of approval that you've passed initial inspection.
  • When a cats rubs up against you, the cat is marking you with it's scent claiming ownership.
  • When a domestic cat goes after mice, about 1 pounce in 3 results in a catch.
  • When cats encounter catnip, they may roll over it, paw at it, chew it, lick it, leap about and purr, or heavily salivate.
  • When it comes to cat potty problems, more often than not, the cat is not to blame.
  • When kittens feed they can take as long as eight hours in one feeding session.
  • When kittens start exploring at 3-4 weeks old is a time to interact with the kittens to get them used to being handled by hoomans.
  • When sharing a bed, cats need the three-quarters nearest the wall.
  • When the cat is ill, the inner-eyelid will frequently close partially, making it visible to the observer.
  • When the cat threatens or is ready to attack, the hair stands up only in a narrow band along the spine and tail.
  • When the cat's away .... The house smells better.
  • When the cat's away, the mice will play - Without supervision, people misbehave.
  • When well treated, a cat can live twenty or more years.
  • When you come home from work, your dog will be happy and lick your face. Cats will still be mad at you for leaving in the first place.
  • When you take them for a ride, dogs will sit on the seat next to you. Cats have to have their own private basket, or they won't go at all.
  • When your Cat rubs up against you, she is actually marking you as hers with her scent.
  • Where does a cat go when it loses its tail? The retail store.
  • Where is one place that your cat can sit, but you can't? Your lap.
  • Whether the risk of developing allergic diseases such as asthma is increased or decreased by cat ownership is uncertain.
  • Which is the cats' all-time favorite song? Three Blind Mice.
  • Which side of a cat has more hair? The outside, of course.
  • While caution is called for, there are no documented cases of feline eye damage from a laser pointer.
  • While many cats enjoy milk, it will give some cats diarrhea.
  • Who helped Cinderella's cat go to the ball? Her furry godmother.
  • Who knows the mind of a cat?
  • Who was the most powerful cat in China? Chairman Miaow.
  • Why are Cats better than babies? Because you only have to change a litter box once a day.
  • Why are Cats longer in the evening than they are in the morning? Because they're let out in the evening and taken in in the morning.
  • Why are Cats such good singers? Because they're very mewsical.
  • Why did a person with an unspayed female cat have to go to court? For kitty littering.
  • Why did the cat cross the road? It was the chicken's day off.
  • Why did the cat frown when she passed the hen house? Because she heard fowl language.
  • Why did the cat join the Red Cross? Because she wanted to be a first-aid kit.
  • Why did the cat put oil on the mouse? Because it squeaked.
  • Why did the cat put the letter M into the fridge? Because it turns ice into mice.
  • Why did the cat run from the tree? Because it was afraid of the bark.
  • Why did the cat sleep under the car? Because she wanted to wake up oily.
  • Why did the judge dismiss the entire jury made up of cats? Because each of them was guilty of purrjury.
  • Why did the litter of communist kittens become capitalists? Because they finally opened their eyes.
  • Why do cats chase birds? For a lark.
  • Why do people love cats? Because they are purrrrr-fect.
  • Why do tomcats fight? Because they like raising a stink.
  • Why do you always find the cat in the last place you look? Because you stop looking after you find it.
  • Why happened when the cat swallowed a coin? There was some money in the kitty.
  • Why is the cat so grouchy? Because he's in a bad mewd.
  • Why isn't there mouse flavoured cat food?
  • Why was the cat so small? Because it only drank condensed milk.
  • With a very high protein requirement few feral cats find adequate nutrition on their own in cities.
  • Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea
  • You can keep a dog; but it is the cat who keeps people, because cats find humans useful domestic animals. - George Mikes
  • You can learn about your cat's present state of mind by observing the posture of his tail.
  • You can tell a cat's mood by looking into its eyes. A frightened or excited cat will have large, round pupils.
  • You can tell a cat's mood by looking into its eyes. An angry cat will have narrow pupils.
  • You don't have to live in fear that the cat will hit you.
  • You don't have to wonder if the cat is lying to you.
  • You don't have to worry about the cat leaving the toilet seat up.
  • You don't have to worry about the toilet seat being left up by the cat.
  • You don't have to worry that your cat will do drugs or join a gang.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: People at work have stopped offering you their lint brushes bacause they realize it's hopeless anyway.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You accidentally call your spouse by your cat's name.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You accidentally put your child's dinner plate on the floor.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You and kitty have matching outfits.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You apologize when you step on a fuzzy cat toy in the dark.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You are lost for conversation with non-cat people.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask Netflix if they can include 9lives with your order.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask Netflix if they can include cat food with your order.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery guy if he can drop a few of the cats at the vet on his way back.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery guy if he has time to drop a few cats off by the groomers on his way back.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery guy if he has time to make a 9lives run for you.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery guy if he has time to make a cat litter run for you.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can add an order of 9lives on the side.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can add an order of cat litter on the side.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can add an order of cream on the side.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can add an order of tuna on the side.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can stop and pick up some of the cats from the groomers on the way.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can stop and pick up some of the cats from the vet on the way.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can stop and pickup a few bags of 9lives on the way.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You ask the Pizza delivery place if they can stop and pickup a few bags of cat litter on the way.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You believe there is no such thing as a naughty cat.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You bore the neighbors with discussions on the exact nutritional differences between 9lives and amore.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You buy 9lives by the pallet.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You buy 9lives by the truckload.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You buy DVDs of nature shows with fidh for the cats to enjoy.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You buy cat litter by the pallet.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You buy cat litter by the truckload.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You buy more than 200 pounds of 9lives per month.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You buy more than 200 pounds of cat litter per month.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You call home when you are away and leave a message on the answering machine for your cat.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You choose your friends based on how well your cats like them.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You chose your house based on it having a good location for the catbox.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You commit the spare room to hold all the cat litter boxes.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You consider cat hair in your food as extra fiber.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You decorate your Christmas tree with dangly cat toys.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You do not consider an outfit complete without some cat hair.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You get a discount on 9lives by buying it by the pallet.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You get a discount on cat litter by buying it by the pallet.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You get angry when visitors dont greet your cat hello ...
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You get your latest roll of film developed and there's not a single hooman being in the pictures.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have 2 cabinets full of hooman food and 11 full of 9lives.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have a cat litter box in every room of your apartment.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have a set of towels with his hers and kitty's on them.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have more pictures of your cat than of your children ...
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have more pictures of your cats than your kids in your wallet.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have take out a loan to be able to afford 9lives.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have take out a loan to be able to afford cat litter.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have the cat meow on the outgoing message of the answering machine.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to build an extra closet to store the 'kids' winter clothes.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to build an extra closet to store the kittie clothes.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to buy an extra large van to fit all the 'kids' in at once.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to have an extra room built onto the kitchen to store the 9lives.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to hire an architect to design and build the cat furniture.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to hire an architect to make sure the floor will support the new cat tree.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to make more than 5 trips to the vet to take all the 'kids' in for a checkup.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to rent a trailer for the mobile home to hold the 9lives for the road trips.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to take the 'kids' to the vet.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to take the empty pickup on a cat litter run for four full pallets at Sams.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to use the motor home to take all the 'kids' to the vet for a checkup.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You have to use the motor home to take the 'kids' for a ride.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You introduce your al your cats by name to the pizza delivery guy.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You meow so well, you confuse the cats.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You never go to the door unless it's to let a cat out.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You own 17 varieties of kitty-nail-clippers.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You plan your vacation around the cat show schedule.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You refer to going to the bathroom as using the litterbox.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You refer to your cat as your furry child.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You save $825.30 by buying cat litter on sale at ten cents off per bag.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You save $825.30 by buying cat litter on sale.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You save $938.43 by buying 9lives on sale at ten cents off per bag.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You save $938.43 by buying 9lives on sale.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You set a place at the dinner table for your cat.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You sleep on one edge of the bed because the cat is sleeping in the middle looking soooo cute.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You snap your fingers and pat the sofa beside you to invite your guests to sit down.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You spend more money on toys for your cats than on the kids or grandkids.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You think cat fur makes a wonderful garnish to any meal.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You turn the spare room into a playroom for the cats.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You watch lousy T.V. because your cat is sleeping on the remote.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: You would rather watch hours of boring infomercials than disturb the cat sleeping on the remote.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your arm goes to sleep because you don't want to disturb the cat.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your colleagues no longer ask how your weekend was. Instead they ask how your cats are doing.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your favorite friends have fleas.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your house feels bare if the furniture is not covered in cat hair.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your locket has pictures of the kitties.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your neighbors refer to you as the crazy one with all the cats.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your parents wind up with a four-footed, furry grandchild.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your personal motto is: You can never have enough cats.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: Your spouse says, me or the cat., and therewas no hesitation.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: you buy a DVD of fish swimming in an aquarium to entertain your cat
  • You just may be a #catnut if: you introduce your cat to your friends.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: you kiss your cat on the lips.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: you put off making the bed until the cat wakes up.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: you sleep in the same position all night because it annoys your cat when you move.
  • You just may be a #catnut if: you smile when the cat licks the butter
  • You just may be a #catnut if: your friends are selected based on how well your cats like them
  • You look like you've been in a fight with a wild cat.
  • You may have seen a cat testing the size of an opening by careful measurement with the head.
  • You must tell her she is a pretty cat, and a good cat.
  • You own a dog, but .... you can only feed a cat.
  • You will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats. - Colonial American Proverb
  • You're not a real person until you're ignored by a cat.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can be cheerful, ignoring aches and pains.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can conquer tension without medical help.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can eat the same food everyday and be grateful for it.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can face the world without lies and deceit.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can overlook when people take things out on you when, through no fault of yours, something goes wrong.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can relax without liquor.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can resist complaining and boring people with your troubles.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can sleep without the aid of drugs.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can start the day without caffeine or pep pills.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can take criticism and blame without resentment.
  • You're probably a cat - If you can understand when loved ones are too busy to give you time.
  • Your cat is probably either a righty or a lefty. Only 40% of cats are ambidextrous while another 40% are either right-pawed or left-pawed.
  • Your cat loves you and can read your moods. If you're sad or under stress, you may also notice a difference in your cat's behavior.
  • Your cat usually won't leave you for another hooman.
  • iT's HARd to tYpe wHiLE holdINf a Cat.

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