how does cats

anonymous asked:

What if Jason found a half dead kitten on the street and nursed it back to health?

Jason and a kitten, yessss!!!!! (im on mobile sorry for everything.)

He finds the kitten in an alley while he’s getting some dinner because he’s too tired to cook. He crouches down to look at the tiny, scruffy kitten on the dirty ground, lying on their sides, meowing softly.


Jason stops. Of course he stops. The kitten is thin and obviously hasn’t eaten anything filling in a while and Jason should leave the kitten or find an animal shelter but the kitten purrs and Jason isn’t strong enough to leave them to die.


He gets some towels when he arrives at home so the kitten will be warm and comfortable. Jason goes online and reads some sites how to nurse back a kitten to health because he knows jack shit about how to take care of an animal. He buys everything the kitten might need because his money might go to worse places than this.


It takes weeks before the kitten can walk around more than ten minutes.


Things that definitely happens after Fangs (yes, that’s her name) is up and healthy:


Fangs finding Jason’s chest the most comfortable place to sleep and Jason doesn’t move so he doesn’t wake her up. Damn his good heart.

Fangs snuggling to Jason’s neck when he’s laying down and then walking over him and Jason phones rings and Fangs steps on his face and yes, cat hair in his mouth. Nice.

Fangs hissing when there are strangers in Jason’s apartment. So like the first time Duke comes over, Fangs hisses at him from the table and–

“Wow, dude, why is she looking at me like she wants to kill me?”

“Huh, yeah that sounds pretty serious. Don’t worry I will protect you.”

“Har-har-har. Why do you even have a cat?”

“She blackmailed me to take care of her. She’s dangerous.”

“You’re a dork, oh my god.”


Ok, but Jay waking up from a nightmare and Fangs just snuggling closer and licks his face and “yes okay thank you cat but that’s not comfortable at all.”

Jason trying to let her go after she recovers and he opens his window and everything but she just stays on his bed and meows. “Yeah, I wouldn’t leave either.”

Cat's body language when speaking about Kara

We all know Cat doesn’t often act upon emotions or express her feelings, so it’s quite easy to isolate and analyze the moments where she does.

We had some scenes where Cat was speaking of the two persons she loves the most, her sons. In all of them, Calista goes with the same acting choice, looking up and around while expressing her deeper feelings and her vulnerability.

So we can say this how Cat acts when she is letting her guard down and speaking fondly about the people she really cares about.

And then, this is Cat every time she was emotional and/or very positive about Kara…

So it’s canon, expressed in Calista’s acting (and Calista is not a freshman actress) that Cat cares about Kara as much as she cares about her sons.
Kara is family to Cat.

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“How does your cat keep finding me? It’s such a huge town.”

“I can’t have people knowing I can raise the dead.”

“You’re not someone I can risk losing.”

“Try to understand that everything I’ve done up until now was done with you in mind.”

“You’ve got to be mistaking me for someone else.”

“Honestly, does that even sound like something I’m capable of doing?”

anonymous asked:

I have a question based on the one about Australia's declawing policies- what about pet owners who may be immunocompromised, like Chemo patients? How does the law apply to them if their cat's claws put them in real medical danger?

It is still not in the best interest of the cat to have the last bone in all its toes amputated.

People at risk of cat scratches can consider use of softpaws, or temporary rehoming of the cat. We took care of my boyfriend’s father’s cat while he was in and out of hospital for chemotherapy, and returned him when he felt well enough to handle him. Let’s be honest, folks going through chemo need a bit of a helping hand anyway, taking care of the cat for a year wasn’t the hardest thing we had to do.

In any case, how often does a cat actually scratch their owner? Not all that often if it’s a nice cat, and usually by accident. If a cat intends to scratch a human but can’t, you’re not going to prevent injury, you’re going to get bitten instead.

And from a medical standpoint, that’s much, much worse.