How teh fvck

Does a cat catch a bat?! 

Answers on a postcard while i try to catch the flipping thing

Woooah. Don’t envy you.

 

One of ours has just brought in a humongous moth.  She’s been chucked outside to munch it. 

Heh!

Chucked my t shirt over it and released it 

I'm not a fan of the moth crunch either...

She’s managed to get back in and hide under the sofa. She’s got it in her mouth and I can hear its wings flittering on the floor. She’s growling like a possessive little shitbag. It’s most irritating. 

Not sure how when presumably he's using his paws to fly through mid air at the time

Should say bat seemed fine, hopefully live to suck virgin blood another day

we have bats in our loft and we have a tile hung house. They nip in under the tile gap.  The cat sits on the windowsill (quite controversial, as she could easily fall 20 foot) and puts a paw up and dabs at them as they come and go. I have only ever seen her take one. These are long ear and horseshoe bats. please don't tell the bat fella from Chichester Council or else the will drop by and taser us all.

we have bats in our loft and we have a tile hung house. They nip in under the tile gap.  The cat sits on the windowsill (quite controversial, as she could easily fall 20 foot) and puts a paw up and dabs at them as they come and go. I have only ever seen her take one. These are long ear and horseshoe bats. please don't tell the bat fella from Chichester Council or else the will drop by and taser us all.

Hargreaves, can you jump and clap your hands at the same time? I'm guessing cats are also reasonably well coordinated.

In the distant past I recall the family cat catching a spider, playing with it and then getting bored and wandering off. Our Springer then tried to eat it but spat it out in disgust. The rather overweight family Corgi then waded in and ate it. She was a most wonderful dog  - amiable with everyone and most un-Corgi like.

Sorry I digress.

All cats are bastards and should be neutered until there are none left.

Catz rule

But dealing with undead prey not so much. He's general a rat/rabbit cat, doesn't bother with birds so he's doing his bit for pest control.

Never seen a bat fly low enough to be in reach of a cat jump but its the only explanation unless he's found where they roost. They're in the trees round here, not sure what kind of bat, will google

Holy sh*t, that has churned my tummy and turned my knees to jelly