Saturday, 11 July 2015

Caturday: Rex

Rex with his teeth sunk into Tracey’s arm

I have some seriously weird cat behaviour for you today. This is Rex, who lives near to one of my customers, Tracey. 

Apparently Rex suffers from some pretty violent mood swings. Oe minute he’s asking Tracey for a fuss, the next moment he attacks. He even goes for her legs; the first time he did this, Tracey walked all the way round to Rex’s house with him attached to her leg! 

Tracey says: “I was worried he was ill, now I know he’s just crazy. He even meows at you before and after he does it and doesn’t run away - just stands his ground and attacks again! I’ve never known a cat like him, but he’s beautiful so I can’t resist him either!”



4 comments:

  1. I had a cat like Rex for 17 years, he was appropriately named Monster :)

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    1. Aw, I bet he kept you on your toes!

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  2. Ich hatte einen ähnlichen Kater. Er hat sich nur so verhalten, wenn er voller Adrenalin war. Ich würde ihn einfach ignorieren und abwarten.
    Liebe Grüße,
    Heike
    PS: soory, dass ich deutsch schreibe - ich kann einigermaßen gut Englisch verstehen, aber kaum schreiben.

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    1. Danke für deinen Kommentar.:) Ich hatte eine schöne graue Tabbykatze (Alfie), die ein bißchen wie ein Psychopath war. Er hatte einen schönen Bauch, aber es war sehr riskant zu streicheln!

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