Periodically I'll check my Instagram account to check out the latest... cat videos. That is the default. Instagram must know something about me.
Someone posted a video clip about "cat facts", things we probably didn't know about cat behaviour. (We will never know; we'll understand, but never know.)
* Cats developed meows in order to communicate with us humans.
Cats noticed we never stop talking.
Practical creatures, they are.
... also known at chat chat. French-speakers will get the joke.
Chat chat. LoL.
I have developed a slightly alternative theory: "Cats developed meows in order to [annoy the f*#k out of] us humans."
Our two regularly enjoy communicating, vigorously, whenever they presume there is a chance of food coming their way. Gavrielle enjoys (again, loudly) performing passages from famous operas, IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT (Der Ring des Nibelungen is a favourite, if I'm not mistaken). They also like to vocalize extensively before using the litter box. We're not sure if this is a criticism of the state of said sanitary area, or, perhaps the feline equivalent of 'singing in the shower?' Marella has a habit of picking out one of our many cat toys, dropping it near us, and *hollering* until we come and throw it. Occasionally, she actually fetches it, and we play. This behaviour also often occurs in the middle of the night: when we (were) sleeping.
I'll accept that theory. lol
Did you know that "chat" is the masculine form, while "chatte" is the feminine?
"Monsieur! Me chatte, Josée, would lack a cafè latte!"
"Right away, garçon!"
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