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Dealing With Bells

Tiger and SamI recently heard of another engineering feat that could be of advantage to cats everywhere.

As you know, some humans persist in dividing their affections amongst several species, including the Chosen Race (cats, of course), dogs, and birds.

In the case of birds, humans seem to be squeamish about possible consequences of letting the cat among the budgies, as it were, and often hang bells around the cat's neck to warn the budgie of an impending visit from the cat.

One cat I heard of recently has found a solution to this old problem: whenever he approaches the bird, he swings his neck and throws the bell into his mouth, thereby surpressing its sound and enabling him an undetected approach to the bird!

   


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