38 thoughts on “Why Are Cats So Judgmental?”

  1. If you value reproductive freedom as you claim, then you are not a responsible pet owner as they would have gotten the animals neutered or spayed.

    Or, you may be talking about personal preferences. I think most States have laws against such activities.

  2. Yup…..

    Now the rainman gave me two cures
    Then he said, “Jump right in”
    The one was Texas medicine
    The other was just railroad gin
    An’ like a fool I mixed them
    An’ it strangled up my mind
    An’ now people just get uglier
    An’ I have no sense of time
    Oh, Mama, can this really be the end
    To be stuck inside of Mobile
    With the Memphis blues again

    Read more: http://www.bobdylan.com/us/songs/stuck-inside-mobile-memphis-blues-again#ixzz2COqvwNr3

  3. Swarthmore mom
    1, November 16, 2012 at 8:53 am
    Not mine, they value reproductive freedom.
    so do mine!
    they also understand that left only to the hypocrasies of political cavaliers that there would be no kittens in the world….or no safe, healthy Cats!

  4. SM: “Not mine, they value reproductive freedom.”

    As Charlie Sheen might say, “Win!”

  5. Woosty, My daughter and I have been joking about the dogs preferences during the campaign. 🙂

  6. mine are way too Independant to lower themselves to anything so crass as politics 😉

  7. no self respecting Cat would be a Republican…may as well be a dog….

  8. nonsense.

    only rats think Cats are judgemental, cats are observant, not judgemental.

    Cats eat rats.

    rats think cats want to be boss when nothing could be further from the truth.

    Cats have a reputation for eating rats but in fact Cats know they aren’t tasty and taste similiar to possum.

  9. I have had cats at various times and was grateful that they allowed me to stay in their home as long I kept the food and water fresh and the litterbox clean.

  10. Are you surprised that any self-aware superior feline being would be aghast at the foibles of the lowly humans who they allow to coexist in their world? You, sir, have not realized who really rules the world.

  11. The caption could read: “The first and the last experience of dismay, at which point all young cats thereafter become jaded, disinterested. It is the end of ideals and aspirations, for which there can be no return to the shelter of naïveté”

  12. Aghast? Sometimes. Indifference and disdain seem to be the more common feline reactions in my experience. Throw in a dash of curiosity until they have figured out which of those other options to go with.

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