The Strangeness of Cats

The Strangeness of Cats

20 Comments CherryPie on Dec 18th 2017

20 Responses to “The Strangeness of Cats”

  1. Andrew says:

    They are great climbers; just not such great descenders. Although we always found if left long enough they always found a way down, even from atop the highest tree and usually in the middle of the night so we never knew if it was done with care or by falling and using the famous cat resilience to a fall. None of ours ever broke any bones, nor needed the fire brigade to help.

    • CherryPie says:

      At first I wasn’t sure if he/she was a alive. The cat was completely still it was only when I bird fluttered past that I saw a slight movement. That really isn’t a tree for climbing the branches are so flimsy and I was wondering how it was going to get back down and had visions of having to call the RSPCA.

      It stayed there for quite some time and whilst I wasn’t watching managed go get back down of the tree. I know it didn’t fall, I would have heard it.

  2. James Higham says:

    Uncannily like eccentric humans.

  3. Ayush says:

    that is what we think, CP. perhaps he/she was going “wheeeeeeeeee…………..!!!” while aiming for that large pot straight down! :)

  4. Excellent shot! Daft moggy…

  5. Chrysalis says:

    Was it grinning, Cherie? ;)

    “Curiouser and curiouser,” cried Alice :)

    Perhaps it wanted to dispense its wisdom and insights into our Wonderland World to you, just like the Cheshire Cat ;)

    “But I don’t want to go among mad people,’ Alice remarked.

    `Oh, you can’t help that,’ said the Cheshire Cat: ‘We’re all mad here.” :)

  6. Only in Cheshire!
    Oops I mean Shropshire. ;)

  7. J_on_tour says:

    We have two cats and they like to sit up high to watch the world …and birds !! in the tree behind the back garden. Not sure how this one would escape from there.

  8. The Yum List says:

    Sure has an interesting ‘nest’. :-)

  9. Alan says:

    A fine decoration for the tree :)