The Lizard Dilemma


Chris used to be a great lizard catcher. For throwback Thursday here is a fun little video from 2014. Well, maybe not fun for the lizard.

Bad Cat Chris

The other day Chris was outside and caught another lizard. That is bad enough but he has this irresistible urge to bring his catch into the house and doesn’t know what to do with it when he can’t get in.

I’m not sure why he has to bring it inside. At first I thought it was instinctual but then I realized that lions don’t kill a gazelle and then drag it back to the den to eat it. Maybe he just wants to show it off to Puck and Frankie.

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22 thoughts on “The Lizard Dilemma

  1. onespoiledcat

    Teddy loves to chase them but has yet to want to bring one inside from the garage (which is where he “hunts” for bugs and other assorted critters). I’m happy about that part! I bet Chris just wants to show the others that he’s the mighty hunter.

    Hugs, Pam

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  2. lois

    We keep our garage propped open so the two outdoor cats can come and go freely. Every so often, they bring a lizard into the garage to ‘play.’ It pains me to see that and I try to save the lizard by taking them outside to the garden. Darn, if the cats don’t find them and bring them back inside…

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  3. The Hinoeuma

    We get the blue tailed lizards around here. Ollie has never had the opportunity to chase one. In his case, he is quite adept at catching water bugs, stink bugs and the occasional roach. He has fun with ants, too. I think this house sits on a giant ant hill.

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