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A Way That A Domestic Cat Says Thank You — 5 Comments

  1. Michael, I agree with you! I believe cats DO understand love and furriendship. Mine all think that I’m *Mom Cat*. I get the head butts, the meowing and chirping>>>they downright carry on conversations with me! I truly believe they *love* me — and with cats, as in all anipals (humans could learn a thing or two here), they love you UNCONDITIONALLY!!!!!! and FOREVER!!!! There is just absolutely no greater feeling in the world than coming home to unconditional love! No matter what kind of *night* (I work nights — a poker dealer in a casino)I’ve had, when I walk through the door, EVERYTHING melts away when I see my kitties and feel their love and appreciation for *Mom Cat*. . .

    Here is a nice pic for you. . . ♥♥♥

  2. Well, our Scottish Fold, Baskin, was particularly obvious when he said, “Thank you”. He would want out, I would open the door, before he went through the door he would look up at me, meow, and proceed through the door. When he wanted back in, I would open the door, he would walk through, stop, look up at me, meow, and go on about his business. None of our other cats cared to anthropomorphize their possible gratitude for us simple humans as it was beneath their dignity or purvue…

    • That does sound like a genuine ‘thank you’. Nice one, Cass. Maybe domestic cats are learning from us humans. I hope they only learn the good things.

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