Well, Mr P and I have reached agreement about Minnie, who joined our household from Cats Protection earlier this year.
It started with sponge stealing, those yellow/green ones used for washing up. I would go to wash up, no sponge, get a new one out.
Then I started finding the sponges on the bed , in the sitting room, the hall, plus the occasional dish cloth, and on one occasion, a rubber glove. Mr P protested innocence!
So, we worked out that it was Minnie, and decided that perhaps she might have been a scullery maid in a previous life and
She also has an odd approach to hunting, appearing once with something that looked like a mouse tail dangling from her mouth. It turned out to be an earthworm!
So today she came in through the kitchen window, making "that noise" (that I'm sure all cat owners know) that means "I am a hunter, and have brought my prey to you"
As I didn't want any mice/voles/shrews running riot, I chased her into the hall.
She was the proud possessor of a piece of cellophane although, by the look of it, it had put up quite a fight!
I honestly think that she is either incapable of not interested in hunting, for which I'm pleased, but if only she would apply such reticence to her windy pops!
She's manipulative - 5-year-old GD
Is it discrimination? - obesity
She invited herself - daughter