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aarrrgh! my tom cat has bought me a present :( trying to pluck up the courage to move it!!!

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i have the cutest tom cat, he's little still and this morning he bought me the BIGGEST dead pigeon you ever saw, don't know how he did it, lol, it's as big as he is!!!! the other week i bought him the…
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
i have the cutest tom cat, he's little still and this morning he bought me the BIGGEST dead pigeon you ever saw, don't know how he did it, lol, it's as big as he is!!!! the other week i bought him the noisiest collar i could find but that doesn't seem to have worked :( the day before yesterday he bought two live mice in the house as well!.
unfortunately i don't have a bf/hubby at the mo and i'm trying to pluck up the courage to move the pigeon, lol!
it's right outside the back door and keeps staring at me through the conservatry door, eeep!!
when i get him neutered do you thing he'll calm down a bit on all this hunting???
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
pigeon pie
#2
it's HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#3
I have 2, 7 month old cats, and they have so far killed 4 black birds and 1 magpie.
#4
pics or it didnt happen.
#5
leecher
pics or it didnt happen.

lol , are you being serious??!!! i can barely look at it let alone stand there and take photos!!!!!!!!
banned#6
I've had squirrels, rabbits, stoats and a pheasant ...not very nice as I prefer to see animals alive . Cats will hunt, some more than others, they do slow down as they get older
#7
Hope you've remembered to say 'thankyou' :whistling:
#8
once he bought a live bird in through the cat flap, i screamed which made my daughter scream (she's nearly 13, lol, and as bad as me) my neighbour came rushing round after hearing all the noise thinking we were being murdered or something and had to catch the bird for me
lol, i'm such a wimp!!
#9
I like the "you dont have a hubby at the mo".
#10
missp27
lol , are you being serious??!!! i can barely look at it let alone stand there and take photos!!!!!!!!


i was just joking haha.
#11
splatsplatsplat
I like the "you dont have a hubby at the mo".

lol i meant bf at the mo, hehe, well technically i do have a hubby but we seperated about 3 years ago and still haven't got a divorce yet, lol
#12
missp27
once he bought a live bird in through the cat flap, i screamed which made my daughter scream (she's nearly 13, lol, and as bad as me) my neighbour came rushing round after hearing all the noise thinking we were being murdered or something and had to catch the bird for me
lol, i'm such a wimp!!


same happened here - 3 of us screaming - thought the bird was dead so i was brushing it onto dustpan - next thing it was flying round - arghhh - can laugh now :-D
#13
mine brough me a pigeon last year and took it into my bathroom. bloody thing was bleading everywhere and still alive. I was getting my little one ready for nursery and when we went to check out the sound my bathroom looked like an abattoir. My little one ran away screaming hands above his head with the blinkin towel I'd asked him to get so I could catch it!!!!
#14
leecher
i was just joking haha.


you have my sympathy lol, I have the same problem. I have had my cat attempting to drag a pigeon in the window it was huge, like you said bigger than my cat, has also brought back a dead squirell which was horrible, not to mention the numerous birds and mice.I also went on the hunt for a collar with the biggest bell, he was like santa clause!! had peace for about two weeks till he sussed how to hunt with it on, oh and by the way he was neutered throughout all these episodes so unfortunately it didnt seem to inhibit him in anyway, let me know if you come up with a solution:thumbsup:
#15
darn it, was hoping when he'd been "done" he'd calm down a bit :(
he's just over a year old now and getting old for the operation but he nearly died a couple of months ago :( so thought i'd give him a bit of time to feel better first.

its still there, staring at me....................................... :(
#16
Some cats are just good hunters and will continue to bring "gifts" for you, on the plus side it means he obviously loves you!!:)
#17
kidcat
Some cats are just good hunters and will continue to bring "gifts" for you, on the plus side it means he obviously loves you!!:)


aw bless, i think he thinks i'm his mum, when i first bought him home he wouldn't eat so i had to feed him off a teaspoon for a week!
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this brought back memories from 10 years ago when we heard a really persistent banging noise coming from the utility room. It turned out to be our cat trying to bring a seagull through the cat flap. The seagull was enormous and was never going to fit through the cat flap, but young Harley kept trying. Fortunately, seagull must have been playing dead, as when we went to get rid of it after putting the cat inside, it had dissappeared.
#19
I opened my back door the other day to find my cat sat there with a frog/toad sat next to him, I couldn't stop laughing, my cat kept prodding it with it's paw, as if to say, look, I bought you something, see? the frog/toad thing just squeaked everytime... lol Had to grab the cat in and wait for his friend to bog off.
#20
nikkib123
Never mind all this chatting, have you done the deed yet???


umm no..... was kinda hoping that someother animal would take it away, hehe, i know that's not going to happen :/ am considering phoning my dad and asking him to come over and move it for me!
#21
when i get him neutered do you thing he'll calm down a bit on all this hunting???

Whatever else he loses it won't be his hunting instinct, I'm afraid.
#22
the jingly collars are a waste of time apparantly as a cat learns to move even more stealthily so it doesnt ring :thumbsup:
#23
bluedave
this brought back memories from 10 years ago when we heard a really persistent banging noise coming from the utility room. It turned out to be our cat trying to bring a seagull through the cat flap. The seagull was enormous and was never going to fit through the cat flap, but young Harley kept trying. Fortunately, seagull must have been playing dead, as when we went to get rid of it after putting the cat inside, it had dissappeared.


:O
omg that sounds awful!! i'm glad i wasn't there, i hate seagulls at the best of times!!! last year i was at the beach eating a sandwich and one swooped down and stole it out of my hands :x
#24
goldmax
I've had squirrels, rabbits, stoats and a pheasant ...not very nice as I prefer to see animals alive . Cats will hunt, some more than others, they do slow down as they get older



squirrels?? your cat must be mental! I once saw a squirrel hospitalise a fully grown alsatian-they are extremely vicious when they want to be. respect to your cat.
#25
My cat's been done but pigeons. frogs, mice in abundamce........yuk!!!!

It means they love you apparently lol
#26
starsparkle2311
Just read the thread, A SEAGULL?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Absolute class!!!!! That is excellent, good old Harley(nice name btw):)

Have some rep 'cos that made me laugh, and since I'm in such a jolly mood this Monday morning missp you can consider yourself repped too, for starting this thread:-D

thankies :)
don't suppose you wanna pop over and move the massive pigeon??!!!!
#27
starsparkle2311
lol, no thanks, just use a dustpan and brush, lop it over next doors fence:p


it wouldn't fit into a dust pan, is ENORMOUS!!!!
#28
my cat before he turned into a vicious pigeon killer
http://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v333/177/55/800495057/n800495057_3897974_2473.jpg
#29
missp27;6226869
it wouldn't fit into a dust pan, is ENORMOUS!!!!


phone the RSPCA, say you've got an injured seagull in your garden and when they arrive, tell them they were too late to save it :whistling:
simples!!!
#30
missp27
my cat before he turned into a vicious pigeon killer
http://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v333/177/55/800495057/n800495057_3897974_2473.jpg


floppy disks?? what year is it where you are?:whistling:
#31
One of my 4yr olds brings home half-dead frogs, and the other brings home anythng she can carry. Bill oddie would fall of his perch if he saw our dustbin every week.
#32
barky
floppy disks?? what year is it where you are?:whistling:

lol that was taken near the old computer my dad gave my for my youngest to play on, lolol
rest assured my front room is very high tech! :D
#33
Just get a shovel, close yer eyes and flick it into the neighbours garden.
#34
starsparkle2311
lol, no thanks, just use a dustpan and brush, lop it over next doors fence:p


Ha, I suggested along the same lines. :thumbsup:
#35
nikkib123
Maybe the cat is a time travelling cat and he has gone back to the 80's!


no in the 80's floppy discs were alot bigger and were actually floppy, lol,
#36
A few months ago I was getting ready for work and had put my clothes on the rack in the bathroom while I had a shower. Washed dried and about to get dressed when I saw a rat inside my top. It ran out when I picked my top up and went behind the radiator. Left it to my OH and went to work. He shot it at point blank range with an air rifle. Saw one of our cats with a rat next morning - so think it was him. Had been wondering till then if we had an unnoticed infestation!
#37
missp27
my cat before he turned into a vicious pigeon killer
http://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v333/177/55/800495057/n800495057_3897974_2473.jpg


Oooh, almost identical to one of my cats, Lizzie. She's a really small cat (well, kitten as she's still just under a year) and the other one, George, is slightly over a year and a massive black and white cat with a Hitler tash. They were both done at 3 months, George has never brought anything home, whereas Lizzie has brought me loads of butterflies, a decapitated shrew, a live shrew, the very dead remains of what looked like a greenfinch and a frog. I think we've got a pair of little killers on our hands ;-)
#38
Charlie&Lola
Oooh, almost identical to one of my cats, Lizzie. She's a really small cat (well, kitten as she's still just under a year) and the other one, George, is slightly over a year and a massive black and white cat with a Hitler tash. They were both done at 3 months, George has never brought anything home, whereas Lizzie has brought me loads of butterflies, a decapitated shrew, a live shrew, the very dead remains of what looked like a greenfinch and a frog. I think we've got a pair of little killers on our hands ;-)


hehe, he's just over a year now and still quite little, bless him, taking him to be neutered very soon, would have done it ages ago but he was really poorly and i wanted to give him some time to recooperate :)
i have an older cat she's a vicious killer too, but she's never bought anything inside the house, just left mice outside the front door, which i much prefer, lol
#39
Why is your cat buying you stuff, where is it shopping and where is it getting its money from?
#40
<<<<<<<< this little princess has a thing about dragonflies, they obviously wind her up so she chases, catches, shows them to daddy, then crunches them (they make a popping sound when bitten!)

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