“I brought dinner home!”


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13 Responses to “I brought dinner home!”

  1. Unclezip says:

    That looks like a vole. Good kitty.

  2. Corey says:

    I had a momma cat when i was little that would stack dead mice on the front porch. She would spend all night killing mice then leave the bodies for us to clean up

  3. Tom W. says:

    My cat Stretch is an indoor/outdoor adopted mutt damn cat. She’ll take the hell off every morning, bum around the house, kill the shit out of birds and lizards, but her prize she does as this cat is nice/rats. The Coup De Grace, worthy of being brought inside as a trophy with its head knawed half off, and blood droplets across the tile. A proud feline moment!!!!
    Damn cats!

  4. AC says:

    Our neighbor’s cat used to leave dead lizards and gophers at our front door. I think she wanted to be our cat – presumably these were bribes.

  5. Glenn B says:

    Back when I lived in El Centro, CA, I had a cat that I found on the street and brought home. Left a window open for him at all times, just enough for him to get in and out. He used to come in at night or in the wee hours and drop whatever prey he had hunted down onto my chest as I slept. Left me some rodents, a baby sparrow (or similar bird), a couple of cicadas, a lizard or three and whatever. I got to thinking that one night it was going to drop a sidewinder or a scorpion on me; that was shortly before I let him out and closed the window for the night.

  6. Wraith says:

    When cats do that, they’re saying “You suck at hunting. Let me show you how it’s done.” :)

  7. truthzzzz says:

    My mellowest cat that I ever knew of, and others pointed it out first, would bring me gifts, often as I slept. She always had to be able to get outside. The screens destroyed getting there attested to that. She would leave them outside if I had closed up. Two weeks before she lost the use of her hind legs for a couple of weeks and only partially regained use, she brought a large rat that she had killed and jumped up on the bed with it waking me. She usually left the rats outside. She passed three years later at 16. She was a great ratter and a great cat.

  8. Dumbplumber says:

    We have a male cat, that came to us about a year ago. He is the ‘outside’ cat, as our female cat hates him and lives inside. I was questioning the wifey about why we needed this cat and about then he comes around the corner with a digger squirrel in his mouth. End of conversation, as he now sleeps nights in my shop, to avoid the foxes. Good Kitty

  9. Angel says:

    My kitty growing up, Rocky, was a feline ventriloquist. He’d sit outside the front door and meow to come in. He mastered meowing around whatever was in his mouth, so you had to check before you let him in. Mom didn’t check once and opened the door, Rocky trotted in with a still live sparrow in his mouth which he promptly released and began hunting down in the living room. Mom was screaming at him as he knocked over all of her tchotchkes, and I was trying to catch him and put him outside. As soon as he caught it again, he trotted back to the door to be let out. We figure he was just trying to show off his skills.

  10. Sarthurk says:

    Like many here, I had a cat when I was a kid, that would leave chipmunk tails, rabbit ears, and rabbits feet, lined up on the back porch. She eventually wiped out the chipmunk population at our home.

  11. pdwalker says:

    Cat’s are incredibly efficient hunters.

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