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September 29, 2014

Blondie and Moo Cat: mother and daughter

Filed under: Backwords from Ace — Ace Backwords @ 10:26 pm
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Moo Cat was from Blondie’s first litter in 2009.  After the first year, any kind of mother-daughter relationship kind of dissipated.  They treat each other just like any two cats.  I wonder if they even remember they’re related to each other . . .   Brother and sister cats will also have sex together with no concern over legal ramifications.  I’ve seen it.  I guess blood isn’t thicker than water when it comes to cats.

 

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Moo Cat.

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Typical hyper-cautious veering-on-the-paranoid Blondie the feral cat. Step 1. Look this way.

 
 
 

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Step 2. Looks that way.

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Blondie, annoyed and alarmed that I’m pointing this strange object, this camera, in her face.

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Step 3. Chows down.

 

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The ever-stealthy Blondie the feral cat. . . .I usually don’t feed my cats milk. I’ve heard conflicting reports over whether cow’s milk is good for cats. But mostly because, as a homeless guy, it’s hard for me to store milk without a refrigerator. But when I do feed my cats milk, they act like they’re stoned after they lap up a big plate of it. They laze around in slow motions, purring like crazy, like their grooving to a really cool drug nod.. . .. I guess milk is pretty basic, considering it’s what they started out life eating.

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Magical mystical Moo Cat. She’s such a goon. Ha ha.

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King of the beasts.

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Moo Cat. That’s her “Its Moo Cat’s world we just live in it” look.

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Feral human.

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What me worry?

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You’d think after 6 years of seeing Moo Cat hanging with me, and me not eating Moo Cat, that Blondie would finally realize once and for all that I’m not a threat. But NOOO! Blondie keeps her distance.

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Blondie the feral cat. Blondie decides to back away and keep her distance until she can ascertain with 100% certainty that my cellphone camera doesn’t pose a threat to her existence. .. . Or maybe she’s thinking: “Damn paparrazi!”

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Breakfast. Life is good.

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Junior joins the action.

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This might sound weird. But what always strikes me is how similar we are to the other animals. Two eyes, two ears, a nose, a mouth, a stomach, an asshole. . . It’s obvious we’re all variations of the same basic theme.

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    Comment by sex — October 6, 2014 @ 9:31 am | Reply

  2. We have the same body plans as cats and many other creatures. We have the same genes. Common ancestors.

    Comment by Head for the hills — November 1, 2014 @ 10:09 am | Reply

    • I’ve also read that the emotional range of cats is very similar to that of humans.

      Comment by Ace Backwords — October 11, 2015 @ 9:52 pm | Reply


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