Cats- Are the Majority of them Drama Queens?

@Jshean20 (14373)
Canada
June 4, 2007 4:52pm CST
I've made my decision, the majority of cats really are drama queens! The other night I was walking my dog (he was on a leesh),when he saw a kitty dart up a tree out of fright. The very next night, my dog was outside doing his business and right there across the street was this cat just standing there staring at him (as if to say "haha, try to get me now mutt"). Do you think that most kitties are drama queens? Do you have any stories to back up your opinion?
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• United States
5 Jun 07
I know that my Goldie is a drama queen. My boys can tend to be, but not like my girl. She makes a big deal out of anything. If one of my boys invades her personal space, she will snap.
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• Philippines
5 Jun 07
heres a fact: animals sometimes dont like other animals from their kind. cats are not dramma queens, its already in their nature that they seem snobbish, lazy, minding their own business, arrogant, coz they are independent. dogs mostly are dependent on masters like us. cats are independent since B.C.. just look at thier realtives, the lion, tiger, leopard and other big wild cats, they all have the same attitude. who's smarter if you ask? i say the cat. a cat that is born within a family will grow up knowing that he belongs in a family, but a cat that is adopted, thats a different story. i love cats and i love bringing home stray cats because there different with home bred cats. cats choose their master, even in adoption. if the cat you adopted likes you she will be loyal and will not always leave the house and will always be sweet to you. if the cat doesnt like you, well in a short time he will be gone. the dog really doesnt mind who ever adopts him, yes he will stay loyal but not smart enough on how to manipulate our world and way of life like cats do. ^_^ cats are not dramma queens, their just smart. ^_^
@meljessxena (2317)
• Australia
5 Jun 07
i think a lot of them are drama queens as well, a few years back (basically the same as your story) and the cat just went up tree. and my dog didnt even want to know the cat. but some are cute how they act
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@elisa812 (3033)
• United States
5 Jun 07
Haha yeah, I think a lot of cats really are drama queens! Maybe not all of them, but it seems like a lot of them are! Our cat seems to be that way. She always thinks she has to have her way. lol If anyone tries to pick her up or get too close to her, she freaks out, but then if you just sit there and leave her alone, then she flips out instead cause you're not paying enough attention to her! lol She can't seem to make up her mind. She'll come up and headbutt people and meow and everything else to get more attention, but then if you try to hold her and give her the attention she wants, then she meows and runs away!
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• United States
5 Jun 07
My cat isn't like that. she's pretty lazy. I've had her for about a year, she's fun to play with, will sleep anywhere she wants and is pretty smart (with things that amaze me and no one else finds interesting). I do think she has a little fiest in her though. Once a stray cat was on our porch and out of my room in the back of the apartment she ran and was attaching the door. The stray cat was standing there looking at her like she was crazy and eventually left.
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@tess1960 (2386)
• United States
5 Jun 07
Nah, cats aren't drama queens, they are mystical and territorial and quite frankly, Princes and Princesses. They are beautiful and elegant and they know it. And the dogs, well, as you said your dog was on a leash. A commoner to Royalty, or perhaps, the cat is just baffled as to why the dog would allow him/herself to be collared and chained like that.
@slickcut (8141)
• United States
4 Jun 07
I do believe they are.My cat is 3 years old and rotten.He has a chair that he has taken over as his,well i had company the other evening and my friend made my cat get out of the chair so she could sit down,now he has plenty of places to sit,and places i have for him to lay,but he wanted that chair.She pushed at him gently to get him up,and he pushed back,so i told him to get up and let my friend sit down,all the while walking over to his chair,I made him get up and she sit down.He looked at her and started mewing and gave her dirty looks,he was mad.When he could not make her get up he threw himself on the floor,and actually had a little fit.I finally had to make him leave the room.hes very gentle and would never scratch but he was so angry..He brings me his bowl if he has no water ,and goes by his feeder and moans if it is empty.He is a mess that cat.
@roadrat (274)
• United States
4 Jun 07
pandora is a 3 year old young adult calico. alpha cat of the neighborhood. patrols all parimeter fences and has reduced the mouse population to zero. few birds survive a visit below tree top level and there are not very many lap dogs left because of her. small children will cross the street to avoid her. all that and she STILL needs her food stirred, fresh water daily and god forbid if she's disturbed during her 8 hour naps...
@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
8 Jun 07
I suppose they could be since they do look that way sometimes. They are just cats and act strange sometimes. I guess that is to be expected.