Nekoka gives me the “get out of bed you lazy bones and make me breakfast” stare.
It always works.
Ha! Yep – I have a very similar stare that works quite well on my Mom too……every single time. 🙂
Sammy, One Spoiled Cat
Cat telepathy works wonders.
That’s a Maggie “I want something right now” look. It always works for her, too.
Isn’t it amazing how much they can say with just a look!
Is that all he does? Count yourself lucky, my girl! I get sound- and gore-effects over here!
He has me conditioned to wake for the stare alone. Previously, he used to sit on my face. Believe me I would rather the stare.
Yip. I know that look. Apparently there’s a purr they use on us which includes the same frequency as a baby’s cry. It is most effective in one to one cat / person relationships. In that instance, the people report feeling an ‘urgent need’ to meet their cats needs…..I will not be in the least surprised when cats are revealed as being the One World Secret Government.
How right you are! I feel that “urgent need” all the time!
Huahaha it is indeed always work!!! I gave that same start just this morning 😉
We are so well trained!
Her name suits her so well!
I think so too! And wow, you have some lovely photographs on your blog! Gorgeous!
Oh these ginger boys and their ways…
Gotta love them 🙂
Unfortunately, yes, I cannot resist that look.
Um, at my house, making breakfast means the Kitty Kibble is still in the bowl in the morning. Are you hauling yourself out of bed in the morning to whip up a little Mouse Benedict?
They wish! But no, the two troublemakers split a fancy feast wet meal in the morning. No cooking involved, but thumbs are required to peel off the lid.
Yes, sometimes it would be so much easier if they did have thumbs.
I think they would still make sure we get up when they want us to!
Ha ha, love it, I wonder if I should try that one on Hubby one Sunday morning. 🙂
The male of our species (human) seems a bit more resistant to the “feed me” stare, especially when administered by a female human as opposed to a feline whatever…
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