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Anyone watching The Secret Life of The Cat, BBC2 tonight?

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MrsBertMacklin Thu 13-Jun-13 17:50:15

I'm looking forward to going 'aaaaw' at cats for an hour, with the defence that it's a nature documentary. And learning something, hopefully.

diddl Sun 16-Jun-13 09:21:15

I also thought that it was really disappointing.

Had to snurk at the cat who moved out from the house with 4 young kids & a dog!!

Sad about the no attachment.

Love to try that on ours as she loves my husband!

Well, we do know what ours does at night.

When I get off the sofa at nine to take the dog out-she settles down in the middle & there's no getting back on for me when I return!

Then at about 3am she gets off the sofa, gets on to our bed & snuggles as close to husband as she can.

Jestrin Sat 15-Jun-13 20:37:24

My two have followed me to Sainsburys. Either they wanted to choose this weeks flavour of Gourmet Perle or it's secure attachment for sure!

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:36:27

Darkest, yr tabby sounds v fun.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:35:41

First one = first programme. Sorry, have had a beer or two.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:34:51

I agree, Sparkling, that environment was weird. Also the 'stranger' was wiggling cat toys around. Lack of a control ....

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:32:47

Onion used to come to the shops with me. To say there is no secure attachment conflicts with the first one, which said that cat behaviour is evolving to "be the pets we want them to be" because it is in their interest.

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Jun-13 22:31:41

That experiment was a bit odd. it would have been better done at home surely?

Darkesteyes Fri 14-Jun-13 22:29:46

You havent met DH and our tabby.
Follows him to the loo
Sulks when he goes out.

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Jun-13 22:28:32

Oh no. No secure attachment. sad

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:24:06

Yes obi is gorgeous!

Darkesteyes Fri 14-Jun-13 22:23:03

Obi What a beauty.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:20:27

We had one of those, solved by getting a chip sensitive cat flap.

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Jun-13 22:19:20

Oh lovely a spraying stray just what you need. angry

Darkesteyes Fri 14-Jun-13 22:15:13

OMG A hermaphrodite cat.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:14:38

Lovely houses.....

Darkesteyes Fri 14-Jun-13 22:13:03

My cat has a thing for eating moths even though they make her sick.

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Jun-13 22:12:41

She is being interrogated about a stray cat.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:11:51

Forget cat scientist, I wanna be a pet detective.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:09:18

Spooky eyes!

Darkesteyes Fri 14-Jun-13 22:08:32

Here comes the Clint Eastwood of cats. The Cat With No Name

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Jun-13 22:07:40

Hahaha forget cat poo in the garden. now cat sick too.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 22:02:35

I bet he/she does, Sparkling. I think they are all interesting!

My lovely cat Onion died in January, I miss him so much, and am enjoying getting a fix from these shows.

On a positive note, we are planning to get another one in September, after our summer holiday.

Ooh, it's starting!

Sparklingbrook Fri 14-Jun-13 21:58:24

Oh yes Catmint me too. Although my cat doesn't do anything particularly interesting

Darkesteyes Fri 14-Jun-13 21:53:56

Signing in for Little Cat Diaries. Getting ready for cuteness overload.

Catmint Fri 14-Jun-13 21:36:37

The description of little cat diaries says it is about the cats who stood out. I would be secretly peeved if my cat wasn't one of the standout ones! smile

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