Messages you could write in Cats vs Fish card:
- Black cats steal hearts, not souls.
- Dogs have owners, cats have staff.
- I do very bad things and I do them well.
- All cats are black in the dark.
- I can has fish fillet?
- Cats rule!
- Fluffy lap-monster or lean, mean hunter?
- Black cats are attitudes with fur.
- I love my cat and that is that.
- Admit nothing… they’ll blame the dog.
- As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.
- OK, so here’s the deal.
- Cats vs fish forever!
- I feel like starting trouble.
- Like a boss.
- If only cats grew into kittens.
- The cat could very well be man’s best friend but would never stoop to admitting it.
- A cat is more intelligent than people believe, and can be taught any crime. ~ Mark Twain
- Before you look upstairs .. remember I love you.
- In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.
- Lesbians eat what??
“We are Siamese if you please. We are Siamese if you don’t please.” Those lines, sung by two haughty Siamese cats in Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, express the Siamese personality perfectly. Siamese cats are talkative and opinionated. They tell you exactly what they think and expect you to pay attention and act on their advice.
Do Cats Really Eat Fish?
Popular cartoons portray cats as curious, devious-minded felines that enjoy pawing inside a fish bowl to score a quick fish dinner. If you catch your cat being attentive to pet fish, it’s because those little swimming things in that big glass tank are attracting your cat’s attention. The fishes’ constant swimming in circles and glimmering bodies make them irresistible playthings for your cat. But make no mistake, some cats do and will eat fish. It begins with interest, then entertainment, but it may end with the fish being a snack!
Cats are often fascinated by fish and enjoy watching them, and that’s fine. They should not be any closer than within two feet of the tank. That distance will keep the cat from pawing at the tank and stressing the fish.
Give the fish hiding places where they can retreat both from cats and aggressive tankmates. Different types of plants, real or artificial, can keep fish safely hidden from prying feline eyes.