>>3194 I ain't kidding. She was play fighting with my hand a couple days ago and then chomped my finger. When I went to clean the bite, I found that I could squirt blood out of my finger. It was morbidly hilarious.
>>3195 Shid, linked wrong post. Anyway, she's getting really affectionate, in between attacking everything that moves and most things that don't. The word around is that someone has taken to periodically (ahem) dumping a bag of kittens at remote locations in the area.
This caturday some neighbourhood cat visited my two cats. For the first time my cats weren't cowering, and one of them even attempted to attack the intruder's tail, after which all three immediately fled in different directions.
didn't take any pics so have this unrelated bunny.
>A local man was savagely attacked today. Sources close to the alleged attacker claim that the victim wasnt giving itches. He was also reported sitting on the victim's foot and shouting on several occasions
No pics, but today I found the tiniest stray orange tabby kitter living out of the base of a neglected tree. That kitter has since filled its belly with canned cat food, and its progress will be heavily monitored
Misser still alive and kicking. And bitesin. Funny thing about strays, theyre much more rough than house-raised cats. One could misinterpret it as antagonism or ill temper, but thats how they play. Its actually a sign of respect, in a way; they learn to trust that you're stronger than their worst. And when all's said and done, they're sleeping peacefully with kneady paws.