The musings of Spitty the Kitty
We know what those ears are saying.
Of course! Why on earth do you ask the obvious ?
Well as a human, I would interpret them to mean: "Stay away. I'm cranky. If you come any closer, I'm likely to lash out and scratch you somewhere." Is that correct?MeganSydney, Australia
Approach at your own risk. Could be hazardous to your health.Are we even a little bit close, Spitster?
Spitty, if humans can't understand ear language, then they deserve what they get! If you live with a cat, you should learn Cat, right?
BOL funny Angel Prancer Pie's comment. Have a fabulous Friday.Best wishes Molly
Yes. But the question is does yer human know?
It means.... "my ears are down and out of the way, commence kissing my silky head!" Did I get it right???
is there a kitty who can translate the feline language into doglish?easy Rider
OH not! *I* know what those earsicles mean! LOOK OUT, something or someone!!
Yep, looks like airplane ears, Spitty! Who are you mad at?
someone might lose a leg
A serious case of Crankypants.......!!Hugs, Sammy
Any kitty worth their whiskers knows exactly what that means.Humans --fergetaboutit!!!
Tee Hee! Spitty yous is the funniest!KissesNellie
Of COURSE we know what those ears are saying, Spitty. You're a very good communicator, dude!
We can, but our human is so dense with reading kitty body language.Emma and Buster
Spitty is ready to spitty!
Ah, Ears of Annoyance. Yep, our humans know it well. We've made sure of that!
dood....R answer iz:and...heerz two a pancake batfish week oh end ♥♥♥ !!
Keep away or blood will be spilled!
I never warn the peeps with the ear signals.
I think you are grumpy, please visit us for a chance to win a stuffed grumpy.
At least she probably doesn't play with them like my mom would.
Of course ! No more word needed ! Purrs
Umm... Yes? Purrs from Deb and the Zee/Zoey kitties!
Goodness, no words necessary.
Oh Dear Spitty, bad day?
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.