I can't have cats around me because they try to steal my energy.
I like cats. I used to have a lot of cats, but I don't anymore, now I just have a dog. It does take a certain temperament to have a cat, as they do have certain personalities.
You don't see sick animals in the wild. You don't see lame animals in the wild, and its all because of the predator: the lion, the tiger, the leopard, all the cats.
It has become my mission to stop the insanity of wild cats as pets.
Every unwanted animal ends up on my farm: alpacas and horses and dogs and cats and chickens and ducks and parrots and fish and guinea pigs.
There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.
Many cats are the death of the mouse.
Cats are connoisseurs of comfort.
I have felt cats rubbing their faces against mine and touching my cheek with claws carefully sheathed. These things, to me, are expressions of love.
A lot of cats are not that social.
Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.
I don't think I'm ever really going to run the risk of disappearing into a Marvel franchise. I just don't know how I would fit into a catsuit.
Cats will outsmart dogs every time.
I used to have two brown-coloured cats, who were brother and sister, called Bonzo and Bonzetta.
I grew up in a home where animals were ever-present and often dominated our lives. There were always horses, dogs, and cats, as well as a revolving infirmary of injured wildlife being nursed by my sister the aspiring vet.
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