National Animal Interest Alliance

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Meezer Rule Wednesday

The sound made by kittens playing thundering herd of ellyphants or thundering herd of rhinoceri (we call it THOR) is inversely proportional to the size of the kittens.

6 comments:

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Indeed. How else could such a petite cat as myself make all that noise running around?

Gandalf and Grayson said...

We have a theory that it is all the kitten energy trying to escape!

Mr. Echo said...

Its a reel skill to make thundering herds of elefant noises when yoo live on a grownd flore with no basemint. But me and Tenny do our best.

Mo said...

I'm so glad I don't have downstairs neighbors!
Little Isis and Pete sound like a herd of mustangs!
The people above us have a mommy cat with a six month old kitten, and I think they turn into ellyfonts at night!
luv,
Not The Mama and The Purries from Purrchance To Dream

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

It's true...unles da kitty is trying to be sneeky!

ChrisJ said...

My cat is a wee bit 'heavy', so whenever possible I make him run throughout the house. He'll come running for dinner or to be brushed or if I chase him, (he loves that! I think he is part dog).But being on the heavy side he thunders along and we call him 'the galloping major'.