We have two new videos today. The first is our old friend Maru, whom we haven’t seen for a while. He seems to have plumped up a bit, but is still trying to fit into too-small containers. Here he’s having a Zen moment in a mixing bowl:
I haven’t been keeping up with Simon’s Cat, either, so this clip is a month old. We’ll catch up soon. In this video, “Field trip,” the cat fails miserably at being a predator:
Bored Panda has a short piece, with lots of photographs, about a survey that involved tracking cats using GPS devices affixed to their collars. The survey, carried out by the Central Tablelands LLS at Lithgow in central-west New South Wales, showed that some cats, to their owners’ surprise, go 3.5 km away from home. Were they looking for food? For mates? Who knows? Nor can I find the original survey.
These are some of the movements recorded, and it looks as if the photos involve more than one cat.
This one went far away into the woods:
Mostly close to home, with a few forays:
A local roamer:
A long trip:
It’s clear, though, where all these cats live: