Ah, the circle of life

Only look at this blog, whatjeffkilled.com if you want to see the guts of small (or sometimes large-ish) rodents. Jeff is a cat. You've been warned. And if you want to know "why? why? why?", you can check out the particularly humorous Q&A here. One thing that I find interesting is the idea that animals have behaved like this forever, it's how they survive; but people have an issue with it when it's documented on the internet. Yeah, that cat could be eating cat food right now, but how do you reason with a cat, and why would you want to?

I find it fascinating for some of the same reasons that I just bought the complete series of Planet Earth; nature is often mysterious, stunning and really jarring visually. And by nature, I mean one bad-ass house cat and any furry or scaled creature that dares to cross it's path.

(tip: Darren)

Comments (6)

  1. Andy says:

    I wonder if it’s wrong of me to really like that site 🙂

    I think I need to send that link to all my vegan, leather shoe (what happened to the rest of the cow) wearing, poser, hippie acquaintances.

    Tool said it best: "Life feeds on life, feeds on life, feeds on life. This is necessary".

  2. HeatherLeigh says:

    Andy- you hunt right? 🙂

  3. LiamR says:

    I just got the NetFlix email telling me the first two discs of The Blue Planet shipped; Planet Earth is listed as "Long Wait."  I’ve seen parts of these shows while at the gym, and was engrossed (i.e., good work-outs;).  I’m sure it will help spur me into signing up for the scuba-lessons I’ve been talking about for awhile now.

    I was born/raised in South Africa, and I love these sorts of shows, up-close-and-personal with wild-life, especially in Africa.  After MBA-graduation, I went on a walking-safari with my brother and his wife, where we spent 4days in the bush with two guides.  I loved it and miss it a lot!

    And no, I don’t hunt (except for a new job;).



  4. HeatherLeigh says:

    Liam – that sounds like it was an amazing advernture. I haven’t opened the wrapper on the DVDs yet but I’ll have to let you all know when I do. The only clips I have seen were on Oprah.

  5. Kaisa says:

    A cat I had used to bring home gifts of food. Seeing this site, I’m very happy he didn’t do it too often. (But he used to leave it in the hallway between our bedroom and the bathroom.)

    People who are squemish about cats killing food should watch more animal programs, I guess. How do they think cats coped before Whiskas was invented?

  6. The Center of life is in the of creation.

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