The Agonizing Demise of a Once-flying Insect

The Agonizing Demise of a Once-flying Insect

by Gail
(Boston, USA)

Here’s a sequel to the last video…too funny! The music makes it perfect as well. Thanks to YouTube…enjoy!

This hysterical link is from Youtube. It just shows so perfectly how cats never ever lose their prey instinct! Enjoy!!!


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Jan 03, 2011
I agree Michael
by: Ruth

I’ve often puzzled if insects feel pain and I suppose they do. But I don’t think insects think, their brains aren’t developed enough and they act by instinct rather than by logic.
Our world is full of natural predators and I suppose each species has another above it and they accept it because it’s how existence is.
Those insects weren’t thinking about death but all the same they were fighting for their lives.
My late dad would say ‘self preservation is built into every living being’
As you say Michael we have to draw the line somewhere because if we cried for every insect’s life snuffed out we’d never stop !
It’s a strange and sometimes cruel world.

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Jan 03, 2011
by: Michael

Yes, Ruth, I feel the same but they are insects and we have to draw the line somewhere. Although we don’t know what insects feel or think. I still liked the videos with a tinge of sympathy for the insects.

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Jan 02, 2011
by: Ruth

I’m torn between laughing at the cats enjoying exercising their hunting skills and feeling sorry for the tortured insects.
Loving cats as I do I can forgive them anything in the whole world and after all they are just following the instincts they were born with.
It’s sad that in some places now, cats lives are curtailed to finding amusement indoors when there is a whole exciting world outside that isn’t safe for them to enjoy.
What have we humans done to their natural world?????

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