That would be our oldest cat. One day the neighbour’s dog got out and came into our yard scaring the younger cats. When he got to Snickers she hauled off and belted him in the nose sending him howling out of the yard. She’s old but she doesn’t take any s—t.
We all know what that CAT was doing in the garden! CATS!!!!
Go for it, moggie! He’s had his way too long!
Is that Cat related to a big squirrel …….
Sorry, Fred, but I’m team cat on this one, LOL!
What a cat-@ss-trophy for Fred! :)
Fred, meet “Catzilla”. Catzilla, this is Fred.
Once while we were walking our dogs, a large cat started stalking my wife’s toy poodles. Then, Boss – a 95-lb greyhound, locked on the cat. Took the cat a few heartbeats to notice, then it levitated over a fence.
In college, a fellow student brought his pet raccoon with him. The neighborhood was ruled by a large semi-feral tom. I was present when they met. Cat: “Another newbie that must be taught.” Coon: “Oh no, we have to go through this again.” Cat arches back and hisses. Coon arches back, erects all fur, doubling size, shows teeth and hisses. Cat leaves and is never again seen within six feet of the farthest reach of the coon’s leash.
We had a large tuxedo cat when we first got our pup. First time he saw it, he tried to chase it. It chased him all the way in through the doggie door! He was terrified of that cat for years. Finally when he was about three he figured out he was bigger than the cat…he weighs 65 lbs…and the fun was over.
He must have run into my tomcat Sam. Sam is known to the rodent world as “Son of”, and has almost no fear of dogs. Over the years he has taught several dogs to respect him with his organic switchblades.
I have a 15 month old mixed breed dog that has decided it is his job to clear our property of interlopers. Squirrels, cats, rats and Unicorns (if any – the Unicorn is the mascot for our local high school about 2 blocks away) all get driven away every time we open the back door and he goes out at full speed, growling and uttering primeval threats in the lowest tonal range possible. Occasionally I will escort him out on leash to keep from waking the neighbors at 2 a.m., and interestingly, there are never any interlopers at that time of the night, though he would be vocalizing if not on leash. I can only describe him as a conscientious employee, very dedicated to his work, and conscientious in the way he applies himself to his duties.