December 10, 2008

She's A Southpaw...

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For you viewing enjoyment, our little Southpaw Puff showing the proper feather fighting method while perched on a cat tree. She leads with her left, bats with her right and gives it the toothy death. Remember, if you are a young kitten, this technique has taken Puff over ten years to achieve. Practice makes perfect!

35 comments:

Rascal said...

Excellent technique!

Catzee said...

Tee hee hee!

Tracey and Huffle said...

Mum says she is not sure if I am right or left pawed and I ain't telling! I think she should get me one of those big feather to find out.

Huffle Mawson

Evie/VampyVictor said...

OH Miss Puff you got game!! You go girl! It was getting me all excited watching it...
Momma on the other hand was " OMG it's not a beautiful peacock fevver is it??! " wah wah wah Momma!;)

V-V

Forever Foster said...

What a big feather! That must have come from a bird the size of an elephant. Or maybe a house. But a big one, anyway!

michico*Adan said...

Wonderful skill~!!
I'm impressed!

Camie's Kitties said...

That looks like so much fun. We don't have any feathers like that. It would be fun to play with one of those.

Tavi, Cody, Camie and Miss Jade

Eric and Flynn said...

That is a very good technique Miss Puff. We will study this video again and learn from it.

Millie said...

Wowza! I am amazed she can stay on her back legs for so long. Jasmine could do that. I am impressed.

The Island Cats said...

Wow! Even us older cats learned something from Puff! What a technique she's got!

Gandalf and Grayson said...

Puff's technique is very similar to Grayson's. He always amazes Mom at how long he can stand on his hind legs, too!

Niko and Cloud said...

Excellent technique, but we are dismayed to know that means we have over 9 and a half YEARS before we can do that!

Everycat said...

That's it Puff, you kill that feather, whap, whap, bite, whap toothy death to the feather!

Puff wins! What a champ!

Whicky Wuudler

-d ma said...

excellent technique and balance. if theo tried that he'd fall on his face.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

personally i'd say she is bi-paw-u-al!

smiles, auntie bee
xoxoxoxoxoxooxxoxoxoxo

Two Sisters said...

Puff has great technique! I will have to study this very carefully.

Dana said...

Puff, you are quite the pro!! We will be studying your video to help perfect our technique!
~The Creek Cats~

jenianddean said...

Very impressive. I'm most impressed that she stayed on her perch without jumping down.
--Jasper

Daisy said...

You go, girl! Puff, you have a good technique there.

Kaze, Latte, & Chase said...

Wow Puff that is VERY good technique!!

Chase

Anonymous said...

Go Puff! Awesome technique!

Love, Tazo

Cafe Cats said...

I is going to be watching dis over and over again!

Iago

The Meezers said...

ME has to try!!! YAY!!!! that looks like FUNFUNFUN!!!

The Army of Four said...

WOWZERS, she looks dangerous!
Love the Christmas music in the background!
Play bows,
Zim

Cat with a garden said...

Grrrrrrrreat technique, Puff. We will be studying your method for sure!
Siena & Chilli

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

I hope kittens are taking notes! I know I am. I have to watch this again and again and then go to my Christmas trees...

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

I will have to practice that once we get a cat tree of our own!

Purrs Banshee

Tristan Tabby Cat Longtail said...

Usually I just hook my claws into the fev-vers and hang on. It's not as exciting as Miss Puff's video.

Sunny's Mommy said...

Puff is an excellent feather fighter :-D Ten years to get that good? I think my cats better start practicing more! They're not anywhere as good as Puff is.

DEBRA said...

Puff you're the master!

Purrs
Abby

Mickey said...

Puff,I bet you had fun in those 10 years perfecting that skill!!!!
Purrs Mickey

Cory said...

Puff 1, feather 0

Fin said...

I'm speechless... okay not exactly. I'm sorry for the loss of your friend.

Grrreta said...

That was very impressive! I would love to see the bird she caught to get that ginormous feather.

The Crew said...

Yes, it takes time to perfect the right technique for a flying feather!

Max S.