Your Kitty Is a Killer

If you didn't know it already, research shows that cats kill for jollies


That mouse carcass Kitty presents you with is just the tip of a very bloody iceberg. When researchers attached kittycams to house cats, they found a secret world of slaughter.

While only 30% of roaming house cats kill prey — two animals a week on average — they are still slaying more wildlife than previously believed, according to research from the University of Georgia.


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  1. If you didn’t know it already, research shows that cats kill for jollies

    And people don’t? Think of all the bugs you’ve killed in your lifetime. (Mute the cheering, please!) Not just with a flyswatter or a can of Raid, but crushed underfoot, or smeared in a windshield-wiper arc across your windshield. Did you purposely eat even one of them in your adult life?

  2. Aw, but that’s what makes pussy cat so cute y fun. Their carnivore behavior makes them playful y interesting. Bow-wow too.

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