@JacketOff, people use miaowing as well :P
@Depressed Cashier, absoultely not
@Depressed Cashier, only satanists.
@Savage Sloth, apparently it was actually Miaow first and only recently did meow become popular. I’m in my 20s and only learned this like a few months ago.
The kajit has mind control powers
@Bad Boi Jesus, ...if you has coin.
I read this 4 times
@DownvoterGuy, ok, neat
My grandparents had a cat that actually would ring the doorbell. The button was above a ledge that the cat could walk onto and it learned that when it leaned against this button, the door woukd open. It drove my grandparents crazy for years.
I would so do that
People will do more to go out of their way for shîtty felines than they would for their fellow man.
@Berntley, because cats are innocent fur babies and people fvcking suck.
@GunLovingMerican, They sure do if they would do more for an animal than they would for a human.
@Berntley, people can take care of themselves. Animals are alittle more helpess. if you saw a dude yelling infront of a house to let him in, would you walkup and ring the bell for him?
@GunLovingMerican, No, I’d probably ask what happened. See if he needed a boost in the window or something. Or a phone to call a locksmith. And animals aren’t even close to as helpless as people are. We just tell ourselves they are to rationalize OUR dependence on THEM. That cat wanting inside wasn’t helpless. It wasn’t desperate. It was waiting for its “owners” to obey its commands. A man standing outside his home might be crazy, but he also may have locked himself out and is late for a job interview, or stepped out to grab the paper, and his toddler closed and locked the door. Did that guy make a mistake? Shortsighted? Yeah. Does he suck? Well, I think that’s gonna take more than a first glance assumption.
@Berntley, dude lol. What if he lies to you and you decide to boost him through a window where he kidnaps and or murders his children because his wife wants a divorce? And yeah id say most animals are helpless in an environment like the city. when you see a stray cat on the street is it usually healthy and well fed? Without human interaction id say no, it wouldnt be.
@GunLovingMerican, it’s not the best example, nor is it the most likely. But what about offering a ride to someone who CLEARLY is having car trouble, or offering to help someone when it’s clear that they’re trying to get their bills paid. Maybe not shelling out the dough yourself, because we’re all in some kind of need, but even just being well versed on local Resources, knowing what you can about your community and how to help. Because people need it FAR more than the animals that we think we’ve domesticated. We haven’t conditioned them to rely on us. We’ve conditioned them to use us. Dogs will forage, cats will hunt, even if they’re well taken care of.
"It was only i rounded the corner"
This kinda needs the other post from imgur to make sense
Fck me too sarah