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I found this video while doing scientific research on Subdeacon Joe’s thread “New Game”. I laughed so hard at some of these clips I nearly choked on my bagel.

My question is, why cucumbers?

 

 

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It looks like a rat.  (Don’t tell Allie how I know this.)

 

a cat’s perception is geared to survival and mastering its universe (its environment).  When something happens to disturb that knowledge, the response needs to be “escape”

 

 

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I’ve tried to scare our cat with a cucumber or zucchini many times and it ignores it. Just the other night after watching this again I rigged a piece of monofilament fishing line to a cucumber and hid it near her food dish and as she was eating her expensive cat food I pulled it out right in front of her bowl and she ignored it.

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We had a cat we named Hobbes. He was confident that he was Master of the Universe.  I found a doorstop in the form of a crouching black and white cat. When Hobbes saw it he freaked out.

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I had two cats, Siamese sister and brother for 20+ years, they weren't afraid of anything!!:o

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:lol:

 

I wonder if they perceive it as a snake? I've seen cats react that way to snakes and lizards. 

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I saw that on Youtube. There is a LOT of hilarious stuff there. 

I would like to reccomend to everyone to check out a show called "Just For Laughs-Gags". Canadian, been on for nearly 20 years. No dialogue, just practical jokes. It's where I go when I need a laugh or to lighten my mood. Check it out.

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Because through the eyes of a cat, cucumbers look like this:

 

 

Image result for cucumber monster

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Howdy,

I wonder if a cat would react to a sausage of about the same size?

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19 hours ago, Chili Ron said:

Howdy,

I wonder if a cat would react to a sausage of about the same size?

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CR

 

 

Image result for cat with big eyes

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I wonder if cats would react the same to other vegetables or is it just cucumbers?

 

I don’t plan on finding out. My cats are finicky enough I don’t need to start testing them with vegetables. Heck, they might like them and then I will have to provide a fresh salad bar every evening. :lol: One cat in that video was eating the cucumber. That would probably be my cat Stubbie. She’s an odd cat.

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15 minutes ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

I wonder if cats would react the same to other vegetables or is it just cucumbers?

 

I don’t plan on finding out. My cats are finicky enough I don’t need to start testing them with vegetables. Heck, they might like them and then I will have to provide a fresh salad bar every evening. :lol: One cat in that video was eating the cucumber. That would probably be my cat Stubbie. She’s an odd cat.

A friend of mine had a cat that loved peas. He would steal them and stass em under the couch.

He liked pencils too. :D

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