A cat and his mouse

Never come between a cat and his mouse.

Bo: Mum found this pink mousie in her box of old cat toys. It’s mine now.

Cat mouse1

Kobi: That’s right, because you can’t have MY mouse!

Cat mouse2

Quotes of the Day

Cat: a pygmy lion who loves mice, hates dogs, and patronizes human beings. (Oliver Herford)

If a farmer fills his barn with grain, he gets mice. If he leaves it empty, he gets actors. (Walter Scott)

When the cat mourns for the mouse do not take her seriously. (Japanese proverb)

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The proof of the cat is in the mouse

Every cat has its day. A cat in the hand is worth two in the bush. Give the cat his due.

These are the proverbs that would exist if cats wrote them.

When the cat’s away, the mice will play. Too bad for our mice that the cats are always around.

Kobi and his mouse-1

Resting after a long day’s work.

Kobi and his mouse-2

Quotes of the Day

The cat is nature’s Beauty. (French proverb)

It is better to feed one cat than many mice. (Norwegian proverb)

After dark all cats are leopards. (Native American proverb)

The mind of a cat

Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of cats?

catmind1

Perhaps the Shadow knows?

catmind2

Quotes of the Day

A kitten is chiefly remarkable for rushing about like mad at nothing whatever, and generally stopping before it gets there. (Agnes Repplier)

If you would know what a cat is thinking about, you must hold its paw in your hand for a long time. (Jules Champfleury)

If cats had wings there would be no ducks in the lake. (Indian Proverb)

The mousies

When I wake up, well, I know I’m gonna be I’m gonna be the man who wakes up next to you.

Boba

The mousies are all mine. When I’m not sleeping, that is.

Kobi

The mousies…. dead and alive – the ones I could find, at least!

Mousies

Quotes of the Day

The first line of this post is from The Proclaimers’ “I’m Gonna Be (500 miles).”

The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese. (Willie Nelson)

When the mouse laughs at the cat, there’s a hole nearby. (Nigerian Proverb)