Le bruit ne fait pas de bien, et le bien ne fait pas de bruit

Someone escaped out at The Front when we went to the cheese shop the other day, and this is what greeted us when we got home (see below). You can even make out Cat Daddy’s “Shut up!” 3 seconds in.

This must be what our neighbours hear and see every single time the little sod breaks out. We feel terrible for them all but for That Neighbour, in particular, and it’s not remotely surprising that the poor man can’t stand the infernal racket and is forced to leave his house and escort the miscreant back home.

Good folk of TW8, we are truly sorry. Please don’t hate us. (It’s Louis Catorze’s fault. Hate him instead.)

16 thoughts on “Le bruit ne fait pas de bien, et le bien ne fait pas de bruit

      1. I’ve had two black cats. Both were snarky and loud. Maybe it’s a trait that comes with the color gene. One of mine was lovable and sweet (and a yeller). The other only tolerated people on her own terms (and I have the scars to prove it).

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  1. Maybe he’s hard of hearing? I found a black kitten years ago who screamed like that. She would jump if she suddenly realized anyone was behind her and would only come to us if she saw us, never upon calling her. Vet confirmed she was deaf. Toughest little cat I ever had though! 😂

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    1. I don’t think he is. Cat Daddy whispers little things to him during Boys’ Club (although he’d never admit this to anyone) and Catorze loves it. I think he just screams for the fun of it. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    1. I wouldn’t call it “lovely” but yes to everything else! It also tricks people into thinking he’s upset or unwell, and we have to explain that it’s just his normal voice. 😳


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