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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Charlie Mike, Jul 14, 2013.
They are trained samurai sword warriors
Here’s another of My trained Warrior you can see the look in her eyes if you gaze closely
Sharp eyes ? No
Sharp ears :^D
The ears are one of their biggest weapons.
They can Ear you coming if your not careful
You've cat to be kitten me right meow!
My 10th Cat - BSM
[Because Size Matters]
Boris and his new Case.
Egyptian Cat, type Mummy
Pairing with any modern blade forbidden by High Priest !
P.S. She is a Manx !
My cat always up sad with me..this is the best atm
Fluffy really didn't like the foreign object. He generally hates everything unusual, surprising, sudden, disturbing... I sweettalked him into just letting it happen. Two flashes, it's over buddy... As a result, he has moved to the couch while Whitey occupies my reading armchair and woolen blanket. Whatever, it's time to go cooking anyway... Enjoy a great and safe weekend you all knifenuts !
Honestly, it's not. I know exactly how the cat will evade an "uncomfortable" situation. It's always away from the weird weight / foreign object. Turn the cutting edge (and tip !) opposite to that "evading path". I will even add, the reaction of cats to inanimate objects may look "hurried" to us. It's not, it's swift and calculated. They feel way more than we do. This said, don't do this at home, people. My cats are trained stuntsmen, with years of experience under their belt. And mine.
Vincent Black Shadow with a Copperlock.
It looks like your feline really enjoys knives kobold .
Can't tell if the cat is big or the knife is small.
Hes a big black cat. I didn't get a chance to see his parents but he's gotta have some good genes lol.
She's a little ninjutsu thief, trained her myself.