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Nancepantsbotwin Nancepantsbotwin 4 years
My cat tries talking and if that doesn't grab my attention he starts with the jumping, head butting, running insanity. He gets noticed real quick then. http://notebookchallenge.blogspot.com/
meowalycat meowalycat 4 years
Picking up on the nonverbal communication is key with a cat.
rossy rossy 4 years
I'd have to disagree about cats NOT being able to "speak" to us. They meow, growl, purr, squeak (mine did that EVERY time she saw a bird) & mumble [when dreaming]. WE just can't understand them! ;-) - That first picture reminds me of my best friend, Sunny, gone from me 7 years now. And not a day goes by when I don't miss her; wish I could have a shelter cat to love... But the only place I could afford to live (an apartment) DOESN'T allow pets. BUMMER!
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