Now and again when Rufus is in the front lounge he does an eerie bark, a sort of cross between a bark and a howl, I know it’s Rufus and I know why. Our neighbour’s cat often sits on the wall outside the front window.
Can you see that Pesky cat Buster
I’ve owned cats and dogs and although dogs are my
favourite I really admire the cleverness of cats. I love the way they can
always find a warm, dry, comfortable place to sleep, my little cat could
recognise the sound of my car and would come bounding down the side path
meowing to greet me when I arrived home from work, but most of all I admire the
way they know how to get one over on a dog! Many years ago I had a Doberman but that little cat was the
boss and boy did she tease him. I had an armchair in the corner of my dining
room, she would wind him up to chase her and then run behind the chair. Poor
Max, he fell for it every time, he would charge after her and get wedged
between the chair and the wall!
Need a sit down now.
It's not me, I stopped barking ages ago.
So the cat just sits on the wall, I'm sure she can hear our dogs barking and she knows they can't get to her, it drives them mad, more so Rufus, I think Buster is used to it now!