Monthly Archives: March 2010
Why is it that every day when you sensibly open your yoghurt with it facing away from you it opens fine and doesn’t make a mess, but on the very rare occasions that you forget and absent-mindedly open it facing you, you are 100% GUARANTEED that it will spurt all over you and make a mess?
You are not alone in this. It is natural cat behaviour to be nosey at, peruse, sit in, tail chase, or rub noses with any box, bag or other receptacle left within paw reach.
They do this because even the most seemingly sensible and intelligent cat will think there’s something to chase. In a big cardboard box they will poke at the corners or chase their tail. In a smaller bag they will sit and await the return of the beastie that lives there. It’s an unshakeable conviction that somewhere in the vicinity of this bag is prey. And the root of this conviction? Hallucinogenics.
Wisdom teeth are the only human teeth to develop entirely after birth. They simply aren’t there when you’re a child, and next thing you know, BAM! You’ve got toothache. Read the rest of this entry »
There is! A very small firm in America sells this delicacy. However, it comes at a high price.
An attempt was made by Whiskas to breed mice specifically for cat food, much like they are bred for snake consumption. Their product line failed to take off, however, because cats wouldn’t eat the stuff. Have you noticed that whenever a cat hunts a mouse, it hardly ever eats much of the kill? It will bring the body to you for inspection and approval, but nine times out of ten you’ll be left with a small, furry corpse. Read the rest of this entry »
Over the last couple of decades, the world has seen a lot of changes. There is a plethora of advanced technology, new farming techniques, and different methods of food preparation. We’ve also seen the advent of new diseases sweeping the country and even the world. All of these changes filter down to our little doggy friends. Read the rest of this entry »
Walls are widely attributed with having ears, and being able to talk. But who ever said they had eyes?
Being a wall must be hard, if you’ll forgive the pun. Hearing things but not necessarily being able to understand them; being bumped, leaned on, and even drilled into sometimes; having your backside in a snowdrift and a burning hot radiator on your front. I’d imagine it’s enough to drive one a little potty and wouldn’t be surprised if most were suffering serious paranoia issues. Read the rest of this entry »