By hellphone_fml - 22/11/2018 03:00
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How did the kitten get at the hamster? I've managed to keep mine separate for almost two years, and that includes taking my hamster out of his cage so he can exercise while I clean it.
My sister's cats were always pawing at my other sister's mouse's cage no matter how hard we tried to keep them away. I remember the mice being in the bathroom and kicking the cats aside as I closed the door. 5 minutes later, the door was open and both cats were on the counter, paws at the top of the cage, trying to figure out how to get in. Cats are ninjas.
No, you're just a really shitty pet-owner unable to control your pets. Did you know that cats, with discipline, will actually listen to you? No? They do whatever? Then you're a shitty pet-owner
Some more detail, I had just gotten back home after being away for a while. My brother was in charge of taking car of both my hamsters and apparently while I was gone he broke one of the cages and "fixed it". I did not know that or else I wouldn't have let the kitten in my room. Normally the cats just sit and watch the hamsters run on their wheel since the cage is secure. Either the cat was able to reach into the cage through the broken spot or the hamster got out. Either way it's a terrible accident.
Your cat doesn't love you because its brain is not siphisticated enough to process such high level emotions. It brought you your hamster (which by the way you would have isolated from the cat if you were using your sophisticated brain properly) as a sign of subordination.