The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
After watching all these I feel like giving the tasty Whiskas canapes a try myself..."with sauce"... mmmm.... Russians do a better class of brainwashing :)
I'll try it if it turns me into a cat. They're such better beings than humans.
Haha Don't forget to use cat litter afterwardsIt's pretty amazing to see cats lie this eh
"They're such better beings than humans"Not sure the birds would agree with you there Claude
What birds human there are no (burp) birds here
I will file this under stupid human tricks. Cats can train humans to be useful attendants. To cats humans are cheap labor and a source of food. They likely consider us quaint annoyances necessary for a life of sloth lived between naps and tossing hairballs at the most in opportune times.I don't know why but I don't like animal acts.
I am wary of the myself. Usually if they fit in with the animal's behaviour then fine.In this case I am impressed There's no way that cruelty could have been used in the training
I'm sure they were very well paid. Probably with food delicacies.When I lived on Baffin Island, I could get anything from Cat Zorro when I gave him (easily available) Arctic char. When we returned down South, and his regular, humdrum diet, he just slept, and napped. And napped, and slept.
Ah he was well recompensed for his work!I bet he didn't go out in winter!
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