My boy, Walter Mitty, will still do that occasionally, but the two girls are older and more sedate. They all did it when they came to me from shelters and discovered all the Fancy Feast they could eat. Now they're fussy about flavors. Still, after 10 or 15 years of fine dining, they sing for their supper daily, and present me with cat toys in trade for extra snacks. - Dave
Maybe they should sell the movie rights and buy the poor mog a proper bowl, rather than that manky polystyrene tray. Nom.
Sounds more like 'get your hands off me when I'm trying to eat, you ****' to me. My cat came running to the PC to see what all the noise was about and has been zooming about the house ever since, so who knows what the true message was...
Umm, Tom, guy, I hate to bust your bubble, but your (really, REALLY fine!) cat is NOT saying "NOM". Your (really pi**ed-off) cat is saying something close to, "F^@$ with me while I eat and you'll draw back a nub, bub!" *A word to the wise, or, a bird in the hand is worth two in Crawford, TX) ;)
Hahahahaha, that is way too cute.
my KaliCat makes this angry NOM, NOM, NOM sound when she is hunting fleas in her fur. (and I tease her more by making the sound back at her, and she replies to it).Mala Karim, Queensland, Australia.
Hilarious! Your cat woke my cat up with his 'nom noms'. They must speak the same language.
Chris and jmuhj: just to make clear, this isn't my cat, much as I wish it was. I couldn't do that American accent if I tried, and I tend not to feed my cats their kibble out of polystyrene chip shop trays. That said, Bootsy did go a bit bonkers when she heard this, and Shipley used to growl at toast in a slightly similar manner.
oh my that is hilarious. Squeaky stopped eating (!!! he actually STOPPED EATING) to check it out.
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