When a cat feels threatened, she gets away from the danger as quickly as she can. She doesn’t care what damage she inflicts on her way to safety, but she’s not interested in fighting for fighting’s sake. She does only as much as she needs to do in order to escape. She doesn’t deal in revenge. If she feels threatened, she simply leaves. Efficiently.

Until she needs to use them, her claws stay sheathed. She doesn’t go around threatening to maul people. She’s cuddly, she’s cozy, she likes to curl up next to a crackling fire on a cold winter’s day. She’s great company.

But don’t try to trap her in a bad situation.

– from the folks @ Cornered Cat

now, thats what cats are. we roam freely and we are the best.

that why he loves cats. no nonsense, simply efficient. no ethics nothing, just pure power.

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