Wednesday, March 19, 2008

The Cat Whisperer -- Harummpf!


There's an interesting article in today's Salon.com called "The Cat Whisperer." It's about a cat named Thompson who is a biter. The female human owner actually hired a cat behaviorist to fix the problem (that sounds like something our female would have thought up). As I wrote in my letter to the editor, they should have saved their money, because problem could be summed up in one word: D-O-G. Yes, that's right, the family had a dog. I'd bite, too, if my human or his female ever got a dog, just to show who's boss. Am I right or am I right?

5 comments:

Beezer said...

I read that article.... what is wrong with those people?
I mean every kitty know its we train them to do our bidding; not the other way round.
Shhheeeessshhh .....

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

I'm with you Quasi! Thanks for visiting my blog. I'd love to introduce you and your new book on the cat blogosphere news page, and just so I have all the info, do any of the proceeds go to charity? If so, which one. I believe all us kitties will buy a copy regardless, but I just wanted to mention if any proceeds go to charity.

quasi said...

Mr. Hendrix, we're working on that with our publisher. You know how THEY are. Any insights as to how to make them give up part of their proceeds?

Tripper the Psyko Stray Cat said...

Yer rite. Dawgs suk.

Zuleme said...

It is always best to adopt two kittens together. They will teach each other not to bite. When I got Fergus he was a little wild man so we also got Silas and the two of them tussled together and learned not to hurt each other. Fergus grew up to be a still wild fellow but he didn't bite or scratch us or Silas.