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I have one of those cats -- for the longest time I thought it was my daughter. I didn't know a cat could snore that loudly!
Yes I would because I can right now.
Indeed.Although this puss does looks a little offended at your suggestion - apologies may be in order? I suspect that I am in fact the ONLY non-snoring member of this household on either two- or four-legs!
Oh yes! Our hound does it too!
OUR cat just rrrrrraaaaaaaooooowwwwsssssss loudly which I find more annoying. She is louder than the baby.your cat is CUTE.
Yes, I would believe it. My old Bunster snores a bit now. While I'm in my sewing room, he comes out of his bachelor pad and snoozes by me. Even his ears take a nap! That's when he will snore a bit. He is so old, he knows he's hot lunch. So he only sleeps really well when I'm in the room to keep away, you know; lions and tigers and bears. And little boys. Oh My!My sister's Very Old Cat now yowls something fierce. It made the hairs rise up on the back of me neck first time I heard her! I frantically called my sister (and thereby spilled the beans that I was raiding her refrig!) and yelped "I think Zappa is dying! Listen to THIS!" and thrust the phone by the yowling kitty. Nope. Seems cats do this when they get really old. And she's part Siamese. I am not a kitty person. Allergic, etc. I want something that adores me and comes when called! Like husbands and little boys. And the rabbit.
Now that is an offended face.Did you wake him from his nap?
what a face!!!
Yep, both mine are pretty loud snorers, although they rarely stop chasing each other around the place. At least by cat standards.Actually, if I didn't know better I'd say that was a picture of my cat. Yours has a slightly wider face (male, I guess?) But other than that, a dead ringer :)
What a cutie cat!
Just love the expression. Tabby cats are the best.
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