The musings of Spitty the Kitty
Not wrong at all! Although I have to say, I have yet to kill anything except for a fly when I first came to live here - I snatched it out of the air with my MOUTH!
I'm with Summer - there's nuffink wrong with that ambition. Mind you, I suspect that you'd probably wanna leave the beak and feet behind, and probably most of the fevvers as well.MeganSydney, Australia
Nope. Nothing wrong with that, Spitty. We feel the exact same way!
*Ruska smiles smugly*.
Nope. Nothing wrong with that. If your human disagrees: ask her what the chicken in your food is.
Sounds like a very cat kind of ambition. Though, if those are seagulls in your dream, you might want to dream a little smaller..
Heck no it's not wrong....it's a lofty (haha) aspiration but one which most of us catables SHARE!Hugs, Teddy
Nellie tells me that the chase is exciting and they taste marvelous darling!Love Barb
dood....what de be jezuz N sam hell noe....ewe canna seer ee uz lee eggz pect uz ta honest lee answer thiz can ya....☺☺♥♥
Every kitties' dream~!Emma and Buster
Hahahaha...Trout Talkin' Tabbies comment, Spitty! Hooohahahahaha!
Not wrong at all, Spitty. Just natural instinct unless you live in Trout Towne.
Spitty, we feel the same way. It's just our nature.
I say NO; TW says yes. I'd love to kill something real.
No. I want to join you!!!
Spitty, Misty May would be happy to catch all the birds for you that you could ever want. Much to our humans' dismay, she is a mighty hunter cat. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy
Nothing wrong with catching an eating a birdie. TBT even agrees with us. But watch out for the sharp beaks. We usually leave the head and feet...
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.