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plungesponge plungesponge 26-30, M 13 Answers Dec 30, 2012 in Health

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Your cat is expressing a great deal of affection for you. Those mauled birds are gifts.

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I'd probably recommend my cat plead insanity,and watch him get 7 yrs,but be out in 3 or 4,for good behaviour.

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just think of them as presents....lol

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Well, I would first wonder "how the hell is my indoor cat getting these?" But otherwise, yes, it is just natural selection.

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Its a love offering.

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Oh no, those are presents he/she has brought home to his family. Very good hunter your kitty is.

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Yes, most cats hunt to some degree and bringing what they catch to their owners is a sign of affection. They see themselves as providing for, or taking care of you.

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i might

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Yes. It's in their nature. Mine did that with mice when she was younger.

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Truth be told, some people have attached cameras to those little killers and for all the animals cats hunt, they may bring us 15% of it. It is part of their nature.

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Ya, kitty is paying rent. Praise the cat. They're proud of themselves.

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