Thursday, January 15, 2015

Rhetorical Question for Kitties . . .

though it may stymie their Humans.

29 comments:

  1. Of course! Why on earth do you ask the obvious ?

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  2. 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?

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  3. Approach at your own risk. Could be hazardous to your health.
    Are we even a little bit close, Spitster?

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  4. 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?

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  5. BOL funny Angel Prancer Pie's comment. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  6. It means.... "my ears are down and out of the way, commence kissing my silky head!" Did I get it right???

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  7. is there a kitty who can translate the feline language into doglish?
    easy Rider

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  8. OH not! *I* know what those earsicles mean! LOOK OUT, something or someone!!

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  9. Yep, looks like airplane ears, Spitty! Who are you mad at?

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  10. A serious case of Crankypants.......!!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  11. Any kitty worth their whiskers knows exactly what that means.
    Humans --fergetaboutit!!!

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  12. Tee Hee! Spitty yous is the funniest!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  13. Of COURSE we know what those ears are saying, Spitty. You're a very good communicator, dude!

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  14. We can, but our human is so dense with reading kitty body language.

    Emma and Buster

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  15. Ah, Ears of Annoyance. Yep, our humans know it well. We've made sure of that!

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  16. dood....

    R answer iz:

    and...heerz two a pancake batfish week oh end ♥♥♥ !!

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  17. Keep away or blood will be spilled!

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  18. I never warn the peeps with the ear signals.

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  19. I think you are grumpy, please visit us for a chance to win a stuffed grumpy.

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  20. At least she probably doesn't play with them like my mom would.

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  21. Of course ! No more word needed ! Purrs

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  22. Umm... Yes? Purrs from Deb and the Zee/Zoey kitties!

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Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.