Zack Hill (9/10/08)

As a pet owner, I have the distinct impression that this type of behavior is more common in cats than it is in dogs. Although the evidence is only anecdotal, I’ve known several people whose cats have killed wild animals (bunnies, birds, etc.) and left the remains behind for them as “gifts.” I’ve never been the recipient of that type of largesse, but that’s only because my cats never went outside. Thankfully, my current cat is 12 years old and only chases after dust bunnies and cloth mice containing catnip.

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