Watch Cats, A Little Different than Watch Dogs

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16 Responses to Watch Cats, A Little Different than Watch Dogs

  1. avpp2610 says:

    Reblogged this on avpp2610.

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  2. speaker7 says:

    I 100% blame my raging paranoia on my childhood cats.

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  3. I hate it when they hiss and stare at a wall.

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  4. That’s not that different from our dog, but we’re reasonably sure that she’s part cat. So maybe it’s that part.

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  5. Combine cats with small children and you have the perfect storm of staring into space creepiness.

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  6. Just don’t go to the window! I know there is something out there! Whatever you do don’t go to the window.

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  7. Try having a watch bunny! It doesn’t help that his eyes point in different directions. WHERE ARE YOU EVEN LOOKING, WATCH BUNNY??

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  8. Ha, ha! You’ve captured the essence of cats perfectly!

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  9. Yup. That really is what they do. I get especially creeped out when two of them stare at the same area of nothing. It makes me positive that there’s some sort of demon lurking.

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  10. Still more useful than my deaf dog.

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  11. My sister’s cat constantly stares at nothing in the room. It’s creepo.

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  12. Eda says:

    I got this one figured out. They’re not actually looking at anything. In fact, they’ve just had a divine thought that needs a moment of contemplation before they go back to licking themselves. And they will NEVER share that thought with you.

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