This is the same cat who thinks he's a dog.

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Here follows a perfect example of why you should never ask me about my cats (oh, and for the record, "Pimp" is a nickname, not a status):

Pimp: how is the little beasties?
Me: The dog is still nearly dead.
Me: The one cat still licks the fur off her butt.
Me: And the other cat is turning into a dolphin.
Pimp: that sounds weird...
Pimp: does he swim a lot or what?
Me: No. You know that trick the trainers do where they put their hand out in the air and the dolphin jumps up to hit it with his nose?
Me: My cat did that tonight.
Me: Completely unprompted.
Me: I put my finger out to indicate "One hour 'til feeding time, silly."
Me: And he jumped up to hit it with his nose.

Thursday's Child

Thursday's Child

Do you have any humans who do that for you?

I could swear that some of the kids I was a councilor for this summer did almost the exact same thing. Since when does a locked elbow, wrist cocked at 90 degrees, with all 5 phalanges extended mean "Let's see how much we can crowd up, and then, let's see if we can jump high enough to hit it with our noses"?

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

Thursday's Child - Wanna be my first trainee? Jump, dolphin, jump!

Anonymous

Nice trick. I once had a cat that liked to perch on my shoulder. Did that make him my Parrot?

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

Anonymous - Absolutely!! Hahaha, wow, I'm jealous now. It's more piratey to have a parrot cat than to have a dolphin cat.

Fuse!

Fuse!

Sorry about the Anon post, but yeah, Onyx was cool. A little mean, though. :/