Friday, April 8, 2016

The Cat’s Perspective: How to be Stealthy and Get Away with Anything

Hello, and happy Friday! This is Abbey, Natasha, and Connor. All three of us got together and reviewed the skills that we need to practice every day to become stealthier. 

Every cat, even those who live indoors all the time like us, need to know how to be stealthy. After all, the stealthier we are, the more we can get away with around the house without the humans knowing a thing.



Know how to go into hiding.

Natasha



Watch your back.

Natasha




Keep an eye on the outside.

Abbey



But stay aware of your surroundings.

Abbey



Keep your claws sharp. You never know when you’ll need them.

Connor



Watch training videos.

Connor



Learn how to appear asleep.

Natasha



And above all, be able to look innocent.

Abbey




What important skills did we miss?

19 comments:

  1. Oh, Abbey. I love you!

    I don't think you missed a thing -- except Don't Get Caught!

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  2. We think that's the complete list. The very last one is the MOST impawtant in our opinion.

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  3. Aww- I think you captured them all. Cutie furbabies, and obviously not spoiled a whit. :)

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  4. HAHA! What fun. That pretty much summarizes it :)

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  5. Umm...the hiding pic shows a need to practice a little bit more, methinks...lol! Cute post!

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  6. I think you covered just about all of the important stealth skills out there. You three sure are great teachers, not to mention downright adorable. Purrs!

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  7. too sweet, think you got ´em all....hiding could pssibly use a bit more practise LOL

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  8. The ability to look cute--it's important, because if you DO get caught, you won't get in trouble.

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  9. hehehe...good skills for humans as well!!! have a happy weekend!!!

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  10. MOL MOL MOL watch training videos!!! Too funny. I learned how today that freezing in place is impawtant
    Every morning Dad turns off the security alarm by the front door. Mom is upstairs doing litter box duty. Mom comes down goes out the back door to the trash can. I'm usually eating my canned food at this time. So this morning, dad forgot to turn off the alarm. If you go out the back door with the alarm is on, it sounds like a fog horn on steroids. It scares the beejeepers out of you and the ADT people call to see if a burglar is in your house. Well I was in mid bit when it went off, you might have heard it at your house. I decided my best defense was to freeze in place.
    Yep true story...mom had to wait for the ADT people to call and she had to give all kids of info to prove she was her and not a burgular
    hugs madi your bfff

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  11. I think you did a "supurrior" job of covering them ALL!!! catchatwithcarenandcody

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  12. Such cuties- you have all your skills down perfectly.

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  13. I don't think you missed a thing! I better show this to my indoor kitties so they can brush up on their stealthy skills.

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  14. Oh, yeah, that ability to look innocent is SO important! We also throw in a "cute look", which is great ammo.
    Question, though. In that photo about going into hiding ... was there anycat in that picture? I couldn't see anyone.
    What a great post!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  15. That is a very good list and I don't think you missed anything out.

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  16. Don't get caught...but if you do...make sure you blame the other cats!

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  17. Great job! You pretty much covered all the impawtent parts of being stealthy!

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  18. How adorable. This post was just so fun. There is never a dull moment when a cat is in the house. More then one just adds to the fun.

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