By Kelli Bender
Oct 09, 2013
Hind was enjoying a morning coffee on her porch when she noticed her easily agitated cat getting especially prickly. Soon, Hind was watching the animals try to out race each other.
Hiss, spit, REEEEEOOOOOOW! CAT POWER!
Our family had a gray striped cat when I was a little girl. In our neighborhood lived a Cocker Spaniel, that constantly chased our cat. Never could she be outside, or that dog would chase her under the house every time. Except once! The cat had kittens! The dog started to chase her, and she rose her back up, stood her ground and started chasing him, and landed on his back, and rode him all the way down the street. He was ky yi yi ing and screaming all the way, because her claws all four feet dug into him. Served him right!
Big Cat! A Maine **** Cat perhaps? He'd tear that fox to ribbons, given the chance.
did you notice that's thewebsite is blocking out the word C*O*ON from MainC*O*ON, stupid PC liberals
I noticed. Too s t u p i d!
So many people have been mislead to believe that foxes kill and eat cats - when in reality, the cats are usually the aggressors and outweigh the foxes. This is situation is exactly what usually happens. Great pics! :)
Now, that's cute!
Yeah, and when some fox thinks he's gonna steal my meal, he's got something coming!!!
This cat needs sensitivity training right after completion of an anger management course---Ha Ha! Reminds me of the time when my orange tabby chased the neighbors 80 pound dog out of my garage and then off the property. Fitting action for a cat named Tiger—RIP died of old age (18 years).
Why do people put an apostrophe in front of a simple plural
Why are some people so anal that they let little things like that bother them?
Poor fox Every thing hates him 8-(