Yeah. So my cat, who's been gone for a month now, just recently walked up to my backdoor. We let him in and he's just been eating and lounging around like he usually does like nothing's happened. The only difference now is he's lost a ton of weight (I can actually feel his bones now)
Strangely, his long fur isn't matted up or anything, like somebody's been brushing him. Oh well, he's back.
Still though, it's just crazy. Gone for a month and then just comes home. Anybody else have any crazy pet stories?
My cat has won every fight its been in with a dog. It also does not like other cats. It will let us have any pet in the house but another cat. also when she is hungry she will wait till you sit at the computer and put a claw into your leg. and she will continue to do this until you feed her.
Endermen know you're watching them, and they don't like it.
lol have you ever noticed that cats climb up trees then they can't get down. My m8's cat climbed up quite a small tree and couldn't get down. It was up there for a few hours while we kept trying to get it down. It eventually fell off lol. Its dead now anyway think it got ran over.
Queenie is a deaf cat and that drives everyone crazy... why? Because she doesn't know how LOUD she really is.
Also, just about every night and sometimes in the morning she'll go into stalking mode and race all over the house, and she'll give you this big "OH NO!!!" look if you get in her way. Then she'll run the other way.
It's very fun to follow her around the house without her knowing it, if her back is turned to you. You can startle her into screaming, then she'll give you this really skeptical look, like "What was that for? You're so stupid."
My girlfriends dads cat was stuck in a tree for 10 days about 30-35 feet over the river in his backyard. Even though 4th of July when they do fireworks really close to there it didn't come down or anything. We went over there and I shot it a few times with some wadcutter (flat) pellets from an almost CO2 completed pellet gun and it still didn't scare him down. It made him pee though.
Finally one night it was just meowing at the door, unharmed... just ate then slept. I guess he's really wild now though and runs around jumping on things more then normal. And he hates the outdoors lol.
lol yep Cats are stupid and crazy... Though mine just about never runs away. He disappear one day... And that night I went for a walk around the block, And just about home and then I see him crossing the road at full speed into the house... Its like =\ Stupid cat..
My cat likes to try to attack things outside (snow, chipmunks, leafs) even though she is an indoor cat. She also enjoys running up in down the stairs at night mewing her head off until she runs into something. I swear, I saw her walk up a wall once.
My dog's kinda funny sometimes, but what's craziest is his size. Normally, all fur, he looks fat. Not really bulging, but surely a bit overweight and very bulky. Then the one time when he got his haircut, one of my friend's actually asked us if we got a new dog. He was normal sized, and we weighed him, and he weighed a few pounds less.
Makes me wonder if without my hair I'd be less than 100 pounds :razz:
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My older cat OJ acts liek he's some sort of King around our kitten, Skunky. When she attacks him because she wants to play, he stands there all maturely, and then smites her with one push from his paw.
Lately the kitten Skunky has been finding ways to ambush OJ however, by jumping off of the couch, or waiting behind doors.
We had a cat named Elvis that used to belong to our neighbor in Texas. They moved across the interstate to a different neighborhood, and he insisted on coming back... But only on weekends. The crazy thing crossed I-10 (That's two pairs of two lanes of 80MPH traffic, plus two 60MPH access roads) back and forth several times before we finally took him in.
When we brought him with us to New York last month, we put him up with a family member and he escaped, as we suspected he would. Current speculation suggests he's on his way back to Texas.
Well I wouldnt consider this MY pet story but it is VERY funny in my oppinion. One of my best friends has a 5 year old brother. Now my friends brother is the most annoying kid in the world. Once he was mad and flushed my friends fish down the toilet (WHILE THE FISH WAS STILL ALIVE) my friend was verry sad (and angry) so we ignored his brother. But the weird thing is that in the morning he found his fish in the toilet. it seemed it got stuck or swam back up or something.
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Something like that happened with my turtle, Sasuke! We accidentally left his tank outside and he disappeared for a week, then the next morning, when I went to check on my remaining turtle, Yami, Sasuke was there.
I used to have 2 cats, and when my sister got a dog the fat old cat scratched the dog and the small quick one ran up the curtain, exactally the opposite of what we thought would happen.
Heh, ah yes, I remember that well.
Socks was an old, fat cat who never did anything but eat, sleep, and whine to go in and out. She was missing a lot of teeth, and she had a thyroid problem so she drooled a lot. One of her ears had a small chunk missing from when another cat attacked her. And she never walked, she waddled. Despite this, she was the sweetest thing ever. I miss her..
Anyways, our other cat, Midnight, was and still is, to be quite frank, a raging b****. Extremely adorable, but if you try to pick her up or pet her, odds are she'll bite/scratch you.
When I got my dog and they first met eachother...it wasn't a very nice first meeting.
Bouncer (my dog) chased after the cats. Midnight ran for the curtains, but Socks, the sweet, peaceful, fat old cat with poor eyesight didn't run. Instead, she went straight for Bouncer's eyes.
Bouncer got a large cut right next to her eye; If Socks had aimed a little to the left, she'd be missing an eye.
Another time, we had to take Socks to the vet. The vet took an x-ray of her, and found that there was a staple in her stomache. Apparently, she'd eaten it off the floor. :/ A staple. Smart kitty.
Once, I dropped a little bit of meat that had been cooking on the floor for her to eat (I know, I know, I'm not supposed to feed the animals or they'll beg). It was hot, but Socks waddled over and picked it up. I guess it burned her mouth. Immediately, she dropped it and ran from the room. Never before had she moved so fast. After that, she always batted food on the floor around for a few minutes before she'd try to eat it.
When we first brought Midnight home (she was a kitten!), we put her on the ground to introduce her to Socks. Immediately, Midnight arched her back and started walking sideways towards Socks. That's what cats often do before fighting another cat.
A kitten trying to fight a cat three times her size. Believe me, it was funny. ^_^
Another thing about Socks, she'd always sleep on someone's pillow during the night. She'd slowly push your head until the pillow was all hers. If you didn't move your head, she'd sit on your face.
Heh, fond memories...I miss my kitty...