What cats think of quotes

 Tonight I’m pleased to bring you two cats and their views on some famous and not so famous quotes. I found this quite interesting and I hope you will too!


Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer, The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles. – Hamlet

Cat 1: You’ll need a sling if you step on my tail at night again, or maybe a full body cast! I’ll show you a sea of troubles!
Cat 2: Slings and arrows? What about my claws and whiplike tail? You still worried about slings and arrows? Though I don’t like water, seas are full of water, right?

I came, I saw, I conquered. – Julius Caesar 

Cat 1: and I slept through the whole thing!
Cat 2: I only conquer mice and cat food, though come to think about it, I think I now claim a all laps and beds in my dominion.


Is he alone who has courage on his right hand and faith on his left hand? -Charles Lindbergh 

Cat 1: I’m got a mouse in my right paw and a moth in my left, does that count?
Cat 2: I’ve got claws on both paws, they never fight alone, wanna see?


They that govern the most make the least noise. – John Selden 

Cat 1: I sleep most of the day and I’m quiet while I do, guess I govern this house!
Cat 2: I don’t know, I find a few meows here and there gets a lot done.


I can imagine no society which does not embody some method of arbitration. – Herbert Read

Cat 1: Welcome to my society, my meow is law.
Cat 2: I can’t imagine a society where you don’t sleep 20 hours a day or more.


The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. -Lao Tzu

Cat 1: A thousand miles? A single step? Couldn’t you just take a plane and skip the walking so I can sleep?

Cat 2: Sure, but did you know that the journey of a thousand naps starts with a single yawn?


That’s all I was able to get from those cats tonight, these quotes tired them out. If you enjoyed reading these retorts of quotes from cats, let me know in the comments.

Thanks for reading!

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