My cat dragged a fairly large stuffed animal all the way upstairs from the basement, through the house and left it at the foot of the bed for me to find in the morning. Apparently she was pleased with the flavor d'jour of Fancy Feast.<quoted text>
Some people just never understand that we are not the only sentient species on the planet, just the most sentient one. Dogs, cats, horses, even squirrels and rabbits think and feel. They just don't have language as a tool for more advanced thinking But they can feel anger, remember past insults and injuries, and take opportunities for vengeance as well as building trust and feeling affection.
Yeah. Never piss off a cat.
A few days later, she must not have been as pleased with my offerings. Now I know that cats and barfing go together like apple pie and vanilla ice cream... but the way that they stage it so that you have to play tiptoe through the barf field HAS to be deliberate.
Vengeance is mine sayeth the cat!
Any one that refuses to believe that animals are capable of emotions has never lived with an animal.