All I Really Needed to Know, I Learned from a Farm Cat

A yawn and a stretch is a great way to start each day.

Eventually, if you get hungry enough, you will eat from the same dish as the common kitties.

Curling up next to a warm car engine might seem like a good idea at the time

It is good to tackle large projects but, remember that a wild turkey can still fly with a full-grown cat on its back.

Crouching down in the grass does not make you invisible.

Birds. So tasty, yet so elusive.

June beetles. Not elusive, not tasty.

Some dogs are all bark. Some dogs are all bite. Try to figure out which is which before putting your favorite steak bone on the line.

Not all four-letter-words actually have four letters. Take “n-e-u-t-e-r” for instance.

Make sure you figure out the direction the light is moving before you pick which side of the sunny spot to nap on.

Perspective matters (Not everyone appreciates the work that goes into dragging a dead rat up to their door).

Perspective matters even more when you drag a live rat up to someone’s door.

7 thoughts on “All I Really Needed to Know, I Learned from a Farm Cat

  1. Love this!! Especially the June bug, I hate June bugs myself. I have a dog that’s all bite and one that’s all bark. The puppy would probably snuggle with a cat, the Jack Russell, not so much.

    1. Thanks! It is always funny to watch the cats play with the June bugs (or dive-bomb bugs as my sister calls them) and then spit them out.

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