Monster of the Day #785 Updated on October 10, 2013 By Ken Begg 20 Comments Sexy Cat Stripper…Worst Case Scenario. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day 1589 (Jun 22, 2017) Monster of the Day #1588 (Jun 21, 2017) Monster of the Day #1587 (Jun 20, 2017) Monster of the Day #1586 (Jun 19, 2017) Monster of the Day #1585 (Jun 16, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net bgbear_rnh all alone in the moonlight. . . Ken_Begg She heard someone using the can opener… The Rev. Hmmmm…I don’t think I know this one. Interesting. The Rev. That ability is truly amazing. We feed our cats dry food. One day, we decided to let them have the water remnants from a can of tuna, along with a few scraps, as it seemed less wasteful than draining it down the sink. It wasn’t something we’d done all their lives or anything. After doing it twice, you now cannot open a can of anything without them scampering into the kitchen expectantly. We don’t even have an electric can opener; they can hear the sound the handheld makes as it cuts the can. I always wonder if they feel disappointment when it’s soup or something, like that one time Calvin opened a can of pineapple. “All cans sound the same.” Ericb I recently switched my cats from dry to wet food. The stuff is like kittie crack. They’re all hyper now and want to be fed all the time. Ericb I left some of the cans on the kitchen floor once and they try to open them themselves. bgbear_rnh If Pavlov had a cat, his research would have concluded a lot quicker. He probably was trying to stretch out grant money. Gamera977 You guys piqued my curiosity about ‘Kwaidan’ and the reviews on Amazon are really positive. They have a 40% sale on a load of Criterion DVDs including this one bundled with ‘Onibaba’ and ‘Kuroneko’. I’m very tempted to pick them up, any opinions? sandra As far as my cat is concerned, ‘kitty crack’ is Whiskas Temptations Dentabites. I have to keep them in the desk drawer to keep him from attacking the bag. Any time you open a tin of tuna or salmon packed in water, you should pour off the liquid and give it to the cat. They love it. Sandy Petersen I really liked this movie. Nobuo Nakagawa is a fave of mine. Ken_Begg That’s a great set! Gamera977 Thanks, Ken- with your recommendation it’s a go!!! BobTanaka Andrew Lloyd Weber suddenly realizes the casting couch idea was a serious mistake. Ken_Begg Well, mileage varies, but I liked ’em. MrTongoRad My curiosity was piqued as well, so I checked the library database for the Criterion DVD. Lucky me, they did! The Rev. I haven’t seen Kuroneko (hell, I’m not sure I’ve even heard of it), but Kwaidan has some really good stuff (as previously discussed), and Onibaba is great. The mask in that one is utterly fantastic. I would love to have a mask like that for Hallowe’en. I wish I had some money to spend; I’d pick that set up. The Rev. So what is this? I have no clue. Flangepart Every time I see a Fancy feast commercial I have to laugh. It’s just fish guts in a can, and the whole image is like ‘Oh, aren’t we precious.” Marsden Mmmmmm….. fish guts The Rev. No thanks to any of you, I know what this is now. I’ve never heard of it, but the brief synopsis I saw has definitely piqued my curiosity.