Who says cats are dramatic?
And cat lovers know it best of all.
Cats are masters of displaying their emotions for all the world to see. Whether angry or annoyed, a cat makes the ire known in tail swishes, ear flicks and hissy words. But for all the mad displays, felines deep in joy are a heart-melting sight to behold. The bright, shiny eyes and trills, all the rolling and purring… it’s just too much!
Oh yes, cats surely know how to act out their emotions and we cat lovers are often there to play the part of their audience. And we encourage the dramatics with our coos of worry or adoration.
Because cats are too darn cute and cat lovers can’t help falling for their dramatics!
Cats and Their Drama…We Love it!
Mocca is mad because there’s nothing good on television!
Phin is over the workweek, and his overly dramatic expression captures how we all feel on a Friday afternoon!
A fluffy tuxedo cat cries out to the sky, “Oh, the humanity!”
Miss Astrix’s emotions are not mixed! There’s no mistaking annoyance because her parents never leave the house anymore!
“Sweet Oblivion! Open your Arms”…
This most certainly appears to be a typical feline overreaction!
Yorke has moping down to an art. The reason for the mope? The dogs stole his bed and he had to settle for the couch. Poor kitty!
A dramatically angry house panther yowls, “I said no chicken, only tuna!”
And when a cat doesn’t get the tuna they desire, the dramatic tune out can be ice cold…
Naomi Elaine Glorias is a Queen…a Drama Queen!
Are things really so dire, puffy wild cat??
Little Leopard Leia has discovered her talent for drama young. She’s just too cute!
A famished cat can’t go on until the food bowl is topped off. It’s half full, but he just can’t make it until the food brims the bowl’s edge…
Sometimes cats can go a wee bit overboard with their dramatic reactions. After all, what did an innocent aloe plant ever do to a kitty!?!
A cat demands her say! And what is it she says? “Bring me food!”
That’s “Dr. Doctor Evill Marv” to you! The Dr.’s face plainly states, “I Didn’t Spend Six Years In Evil Medical School To Be Called ‘Mister,’ Thank You Very Much….”