HIYA!! SAVANNAH HERE!!!
I am compelled to share this post from The Blog of Otis. Last night I watched what I consider to be a betrayal to all cats world wide…on TV …ABC World News with Diane Sawyer.
Click HERE to view the video of the news cast.
This is a news show we have watched and trusted for many many years. Yet last night, I, as a cat, felt betrayed. I always thought one of their weekend news anchors, Mr Dan Harris, was an advocate for cats. He always talks about us, shows us and even did a commercial for either ASPCA or HSUS (can’t recall which) showing one of us “dancing” around his pad while he was at work..not really…it was just for show.
But, ABC used him, and he let them, break the “news” about the “cold blooded killers” living in homes around the world…CATS!!
Yes, Mr Dan Harris is shown talking to someone about “should I be worried I am living with 3 cold blooded killers in my home”…meaning his 3 loving furramily members, cats. I follow Mr Dan Harris on Twitter…I “unfollowed” him today.
I agree with everything Leader Otis says…about our nature, and how we can best continue to be “the peep’s best furriends”…when our Guardians protect us, AND give us the ability to live our true nature.
I don’t reblog much…but this I felt a need to share. Thank you for coming around to read…
Paw pats, Savannah
The release of the results of a recent study on what kills wildlife has been stirring controversy among the masses. According to the study, outdoor kitties kill a staggering number of wild birds and mammals. Why the study didn’t also mention that we kill huge numbers of reptiles, amphibians, insects and “other” is beyond Me. I certainly went after everything that moved when I was wandering in the world without walls. Most other outdoor cats do the same.
The only thing that surprises Me about this study is that anyone would be surprised to discover that we cats kill a ton of animals! We’re cats! Our killer instinct is the very thing that brought us, and kept us, close enough to humans for the domestication process to begin. You see, you all liked to grow and store grain. That grain attracted lots of rodents. We like to kill…
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