Have you ever wondered what’s the purpose of having a pet cat? All they do is eat, sleep, run around, and repeat. One may think that’s all they ever do for their entire lives. Or entire nine lives. Maybe that is true… to some extent.
What most of us don’t know, fortunately, is that they are also our bug repellant! Some people have never experienced what it’s like to be scared of all the terrifying bugs that surround us and it shows. Lucky for us, our cats are there to protect us from the creepy crawlers or freaky flyers. For those of us who are unaware, y’all really need to see kitties in action. Once they set their marks, there is no going back. They will make sure they get that bug to surrender or they won’t rest. And we are thankful for that!
Still, having trouble believing us? Well, then it’s a good thing that we have examples from people who have witnessed cats in their real form. Scroll down and check out their real-life stories!
1. Put those spiders away!
We don’t wanna see them in our house.
2. Ahh yes, akakakaks, the most ancient way of alerting people.
3. Gotta assist wherever we can
4. I have done my job over the year. Now we retire.
Their service was greatly appreciated. Let them rest now!
5. Real heroes don’t wear capes.
6. Well, there are gentler ways to handle bug situations
7. Mommy, I broke it again!
This reminds me of a time when my cat broke a lizard in half. Poor thing was fighting for its life and all my cat could do is just keep hitting it with her paw and making the lizard more injured than before. Merciless behavior. But at least I was saved.
8. The best team – A man and his cat.
9. What a sight!
10. I would just run away and never come back
There should be a place for all the insects to go to so that they may never bother a hooman being. Some of us can’t handle them at all! Keep scrolling for more of the bug stories! This is definitely not the end.
11. Torture them.
12. Don’t interrupt the play time!
13. That’s a little too much information to process
14. umm.. what?
15. Here you go, hooman. A gift.
While we are incredibly thankful to our kitties for having helped us through this situation, disposing of them is something they really need to learn. No, cat, we don’t want it in our beds, foods, etc. Please feel free to just swing it out of the window. We don’t want them near us!
Have you ever experienced something similar? Is your cat also a hunter like the ones in the story? Let us know in the comments section below.