Nothin' to see here
*keep your eye on the little grey guy second from the right. We have ourselves a little go-getter right there I think.
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I had, until last year, four lilac point siamese: Grandmother, two kids, granddaughter. I've had lots of cats in my life, and until I had siamese I thought I knew cats, and 'Cat' (the language). I'd never been hurt by a cat. But these guys set me straight in a hurry. First, they have faces like greys. Second, they are waaaaay too smart. I had to put baby locks on all my cupboards. They triangulated on my dog and tried to take him out. They are NOISY and opinionated about everything. One of them, the male (I kid you not!) could play hearts by touching the right card to lay down. (Hey! You believe David saw something strange in S. America? I SAW this with my own eyes.) They have a language of their own that is much more complex than most cats. Once in awhile they would throw out a 'word' I didn't know and I would say to my wife, "I thought I knew Cat." And if you mess with them, you will die. Ouch! They were named Epicenter, Iridium, Hurricane, and Ricochet--for a very good reason.cats rule!
I once had a pregnant chocolate point with long hair, probably a himalayan if somebody can figure it out, and she would take a small superball up the stairs and drop it down, and chase it, then catch it and start over at the top again. She also loved to play catch, and would bring the superball back to me so I could toss it again.I had, until last year, four lilac point siamese: ..... a hassle of siamese.
Sadly, there is only one left. I sure miss 'em. The house is so much quieter now.
Not really. no. Dogs are more social and way better at doing social things. Since they hunt animals which are bigger than they are, they hunt in packs. Cats are loners and usually hunt alone, but they are far more dexterous with their paws. If you look around the net you'll see that most animal behaviorists will say dogs are more intelligent--or they won't go there at all, saying that to compare cats and dogs is meaningless because they are so different.is it an established fact (as mush as possible anyway) that cats are smarter than dogs? They sure seem that way.