Skip to comments.Cat Stole My Pants - funny CCTV [video] of cat stealing items
Posted on 06/18/2012 10:22:21 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
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Now that is a cat burglar.
Must be a Democrat.
Smart cat you have there.
Ant theories as to why cats do this?
LOL!I wonder if he takes orders? Hey, bring me back a pair of warm mittens, it’s cold outside.
In another video, someone speculated that he might be confusing them with prey. I think he just likes his toys.
and then there’s Dusty the Klepto Cat - looks like he takes orders.
Kits these days...
Now I’m gonna have ‘Chatanooga Choo-Choo’ in my head.
Thanks a heap!
I’ve often thought that a well fed cat that brings back dead prey to your house is trying to contribute to the communal food supply when he or she can. Perhaps this cat figures that the food supply seems to be ample, so he will bring back stuff (clothes) his humans seem to prize.
lock that cat indoors at night. Problem solved. These people don’t want the cat to stop or they would do just that.
Ive often thought that a well fed cat that brings back dead prey to your house is trying to contribute to the communal food supply when he or she can. Perhaps this cat figures that the food supply seems to be ample, so he will bring back stuff (clothes) his humans seem to prize.
That’s what I was thinking..seems logical
I wonder what the inside of the house looks like with all the extra stuff LOLOL
It’s not just cats...
Here is the video of his stash:
Moggies gone clepto...seems to be a Brit commodity. Remember the "Gardening Glove Snatching Cat"? :)
LT....I hope you haven’t missed this precious video. :)
Our 12 year old female was quite the hunter in her day but doesn’t bother much anymore, until this spring. Our 2 barn kittens have grown and become great hunters. The other day I heard Sadie (the older one) talking with her mouth full. She was walking up from the barn very proudly with a chipmunk in her mouth, announcing all the way that she had a prize. When she got up by the house she dropped it and it took off like a bullet, she didn’t even hurt it. I told Sadie not to worry she was not going to be replaced.
What a cute story.
Cats are just the cutest. I love them.
We have a big black tom who is a barn cat.
Excellent ratter. He doesn’t eat his catches, but he always puts them in the same prominent place so we’re sure to see them.
Our 2 barn cats are siblings a male and a female. They are both fixed and have their shots. Fluffy is the female and is mostly black with mottled in brown and orange, and she’s a shorthair. The other is a long haired orange make, fat and bushy. Since we got them close to Halloween our daughter named him Pumpkin but I call hin Pumpkin the Hut. They both keep our goat company. Pumpkin loves to sit on her back.
Now THAT is cute.
Love the way he cooly strolls into that store, snatches the loot and runs out. LOL
Buddy the tabby came screaming into the bedroom the other morning with a baby mouse in his mouth. Didn’t hurt it. He then left and came back a few minutes later with another one. I searched all over the place looking for a mouse nest. Nothing. I still have no idea where he got those meeces.
We also had a cat many years ago who hunted killed and ate everything except for a baby chipmunk it brought back, eyes still not opened. Our daughter raised it on goats milk and then hamster food. It was really tame and would run up and down her and sit on her shoulder. She named him Little Peanut. Ah memories!
How cute! Have any pics of the cat and goat?
Goats are so cute.
actually I did manage to snap one the other day with Pumpkin on her back. It’s not crystal clear , they all get up when they see me coming. I’ll get it up on photobucket and post it.
Looking forward to seeing it!
I had to look that one up.
I wasn’t playin’ to the teeny-bopper crowd.
That's thank you in kitteh language.
Would have missed it. Wonder who leaves their clothes outside; mine always stay in the house, or on my body if I'm out and about.
A previous cat for whom I served was on the front porch one afternoon making a terrible, growling racket. I went outside to check on him, and he was laying on something and growling. He stood up, looked where he had been lying, and a little baby bunny rolled over and started hopping away.
The cat grabbed him, put him back where he had been, then sat down on him. Growled for a while, stood up, took a look. The bunny tried to hop away again.
This went of for a while (with me laughing). The cat tried several different things ... laying on his stomach, rolling over on the bunny, pushing on him with his front paws, sitting on him ... all with the same result.
I don’t know if he was playing with the bunny or if he really just didn’t know how to kill the little thing. I had compassion on it, grabbed the cat, pinned him up inside the house, and returned the bunny (who seemed to be just fine) to the woods next door.
Boy was the cat mad. I slept pretty lightly for a few nights, just in case.
Better keep an eye on eBay.
Our older one who is now gone and brought home the baby chipmunk would sit on her prey and even would practice in the house sitting on her toys, like she was hatching them. It was a hoot.
LOL! My dad told me that joke 30 years ago and it’s still funny.
Oh, yeah! I remember him!
rabidralph’s Dad. Great guy! He told me that joke.
He speaks highly of you, still.
So cute! That’s just adorable.
Kitty found a nice warm, soft place. LOL
Thanks for posting!
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