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09/25/2018 08:31:26 PM · #1
Mentioned before a challenge of "what the cat dragged home" has been well documented
stories ofthis happening so go to it what does your Tiddles bring home from the hunt .
09/27/2018 10:00:06 PM · #2
My Maine Coon mix brought me a bird a few days ago which he proceeded to devour in the yard out front.. better there then in the house! It'll take some time to get the shot but this could be interesting. He also brings me an occasional frog. (corrected the name)

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09/28/2018 03:07:52 AM · #3
^^^^

This is the main reason we don't keep cats. I like cats, but I don't like what they do. Since our dog passed on about a year ago, the neighbourhood cats think they own our place. A couple of weeks ago I was in our front yard when a cat pounced on a magpie. Luckily when I yelled it ran away and the magpie got up and flew off.
09/28/2018 02:33:51 PM · #4
I would suggest changing the title from Kleptomania Cats to The Hunt which would encompass more. Kleptomania is the urge to steal whereas cats and other animals are natural born hunters so this would give the idea more breadth.
09/28/2018 03:32:26 PM · #5
Originally posted by digifotojo:

I would suggest changing the title from Kleptomania Cats to The Hunt which would encompass more. Kleptomania is the urge to steal whereas cats and other animals are natural born hunters so this would give the idea more breadth.


Sounds good to me !!
09/29/2018 04:28:05 PM · #6
Ahhh...the memories of Felix leaving us mouse heads on the door steps.
09/29/2018 06:25:26 PM · #7
Presumably it should be "Kleptomaniacal Cats"?
09/29/2018 07:06:37 PM · #8
So is this a challenge where you have to find a cat to photograph? Or just the junk cats bring home? Or both?
I might be able to do junk but I don't have access to a cat, so I'm wondering.
09/29/2018 08:06:42 PM · #9
Originally posted by nam:

So is this a challenge where you have to find a cat to photograph? Or just the junk cats bring home? Or both?
I might be able to do junk but I don't have access to a cat, so I'm wondering.


I thought either the booty alone,but if you can catch the cat in possesion of stolen property thats the bonus !!!

Message edited by tate - adding missing bracket for quote.
09/29/2018 09:44:56 PM · #10
Ah the memories! I had a cat named Panzer who hunted the neighborhood garbage cans for canteloupe rinds, which she would bring home to conveniently cache for later. She also raided the laundry hamper & would decorate the house with my dirty laundry. She could, & often did, laugh at her own jokes.
09/30/2018 02:33:04 AM · #11
Many years ago I had a Calico named Alfie who, if you didn't clean the litter box every day, would pick out the dried clumps of yesterday's turds and deposit them in a neat pile on the floor... Very fastidious cat.
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