Indoor Hunters

United States
January 8, 2007 12:05am CST
We have 2 cats who do not go outside of the house. Neither have their front claws. They, however, love to sit at the front window watching the birds at the bird feeder and cackling. He will sit on the floor with his front feet on the window sill and watch everything the birds do. Both cats sneak up on the birds in the feeder, they think they are hunting. It is too funny! Does anyone else have cats doing this?
5 responses
@OhMyDayz (157)
8 Jan 07
I have 2 cats who I think have completely lost their hunting ability. They never go outside, all the do is sit indoors all day sleeping and eating. They are even scared of the pet hamster! However, they get their odd moments when they start meowing at pigeons and will just sit there and watch them until the fly away.
• United States
8 Jan 07
Cats are too funny. Dad actually doesn't want them going outside. I have managed to put them on a harness and tie them out. It is too funny - they slink around hardly getting their tummys off the ground. It is quite commicle. I guess the funniest part is trying to catch them to put the harness on! LOL
@akotalagato (1335)
• Philippines
8 Jan 07
my grandmother used to have lots of cats and it is indeed very amusing to watch their antics. they claw at each other when they play and they love to chase things around.
@mari61960 (4895)
• United States
8 Jan 07
My indoor cats have a few favorite hunting spots. They sit on the bookshelf and window sitll where I have window feeders for the birds. They sit on the back of the couch looking out at the birdfeeders on the tree. And in the bedroom they hide by the bottom of the glass door to the deck waiting for one of the outside cats to pass by.... Oh they keep themselves busy that's for sure .
• Canada
8 Jan 07
Mom's cat does this, and our DOG used to do that.
@estherlou (5017)
• United States
8 Jan 07
I call that cat tv! LOL Sometimes they like to watch, but need the security of the indoors they are used to.