20Feb2010 Panda the cat Categories: Haiku A cat named Panda Cute, but don’t let that fool you — He killed a squirrel! Panda the cat! Related 18 comments on “Panda the cat” he did?? he does look a lil mean:p Reply yes – sad as it is, you must admit it is pretty impressive to hunt a squirrel – they are rarely caught! Reply Instincts prevail in cats, but it is amazing that he caught a squirrel! He looks like a very confident kitty. Though in cats that can border on arrogance ~ the world revolves around them. I miss my Jazz. Reply Yeh also they kind of lack in the loyalty department, if you can’t provide it would simply go to someone who can 😐 Which is why you will never see a homeless guy with a cat.. but a dog would sit it out with you. Not the smartest but at least the most loyal 😉 I still love cats though, even though a dog looks up to man and a cat looks down – they know they are wanted and loved! Reply man’s best friend, the dog looks up to his master’s face the king cat looks down Reply haha that’s a fine haiku there dani – you need to put that up on your blog. Reply hmmm….catching a squirrel isn’t that easy, he must be too smart 🙂 kidding, Good sets added here, Talib 🙂 wishes, devika Reply Acha, on reading the discussion I am reminded of the old cat and dog theology, The dog believes, “You pet me, You feed me, You shelter me, and You love me. You must be God.” Whereas the cat’s intrinsic belief, “you pet Me, you feed Me, you shelter Me, and you love Me. I must be God.” This could be extended the two viewpoints in religion 🙂 wishes, devika Reply That’s also very true, thanks for sharing devika Reply I admire their sense of pride, despite how they are treated:)!Big up for ur cat,our cat at home digs up worms!:p I hope he grows up to be a better hunter:p hehe Reply zainab – this cat I took in from the streets and looked after when I was in egypt – used to hunt houseflies in the apartment, he was pretty good though! Reply hehe our used to do that aswell;)How good he was at it can be questioned:p when I was in Cairo the cats there seemed so skinny compared to the ones here..good u adopted one;) Reply hmm yeh Egyptian cats are slim – just like the ones you see in Ancient Egyptian art/statues. But some did seem well-looked after, in Alexandria, near busy streets with restaurants etc I saw some really huge ones – I have a haiku on this one, I’ve yet to post about one I saw at a park there – just ran up to me out of nowhere and it was huge lol Reply huge cats are cute, just like fat babies;) I wish I had gone to Alexandria aswell!(not because of the cat, but other reasons!:p) Reply Yeh I second that. Alexandria is my faveourite city in Egypt, way better than Cairo in my opinion, if you go on the alexandria tag on my blog there should be a couple I have posted on alex. Reply Cairo was so crowded, but fun it’s own way…I was in Sharm-al-Sheikh short time ago…small place and I hated it! I mean,so extremely touristy that u felt like hiding just to avoid all the hassle…luckily we lived outside the city, so spend most of the time wandering by the beach:p Reply Yeh I found sharm too touristy aswell, hurghada is also touristy – but not as bad. Luxor is great for historical sites… the most I could stay in Cairo is 3 days before the pollution and overpopulation gets to you! The best weather I experienced was in Alex (though not in winter!) Reply u seem to have done ur travelling around Egypt:) What I found kind of sweet in Cairo was seeing people on picnic in the roundabouts that had green spots;)never seen that anywhere else!:p Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.