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Dogs that catch mice...

It doesn't matter to me if a cat catches a mouse. I've caught them in the past and I've caught them today. I caught a mouse this morning, in fact. But that's not the point of this entry.

The point of this entry is that a guy with a cat caught a mouse this morning. No big deal, right? He didn't hurt the mouse, so the cat will only make it better.

Apparently, that's not how it works. This cat didn't only not make it better, it actually made the situation worse.

And it was an elderly cat. It was my dad's cat. My dad rsed that cat since it was an eight week old kitten. In my opinion, that cat had gotten old, and when I saw the thing that was left in my father's backyard this morning, I honestly don't think it was possible for that cat to catch anything anymore. But he did it anyway. He caught the mouse and he tore its head off. And I'm just like, WTF is wrong with you, cat?!?!

You got a taste of this mouse. You did it right. Why did you kill it? Did you like this mouse? Did you even know it was there? No. So just leave it alone, will you? The next time you're in the neighborhood of a mouse, you might try catching it and leave it alone. You might like mice.

For you that haven't ever been able to catch a mouse in your whole life, if you have your sights set on it, you can grab the front of the mouse, pin it to the ground, and then put its head between your hands. Then lift the head with your two hands. Then, lift it up a bit until it's no longer attached to the mouse.

You just left the mouse in the middle of the yard, so let's do something positive with it, like maybe eat it. If you want to cook it, you need to find a grill. You can also leave it out in the sun for a few days if you want to, to get it cooked. There's a good chance it's gone in a few days.

You're a good cat. Goodbye, mouse!

You've been doing a great job catching mice so far. You can do much better. Let's learn how to catch mice with a better technique. This might take some practice, and you might not get it right away, but it'll pay off.

You already know how to catch mice with your paws. You can use your paws agn for this too, if you'd like. For some reason, most of the people I teach use their paws for catching mice. So here's what you need to know.

1) Get the mouse's body near to you.

This is the same thing you do when you catch a cat or a dog, except it's the mouse. It needs to be near to you when you grab it. You can also just hold it up in the r.

2) Hold the mouse with your paws, and bring it in and over your head.

This is important! You need to be holding it in front of you with your paws. Otherwise, if you just grab it, it might get away. You don't want that. The mouse won't like that.

3) You need to bring it in right at your mouth and over your head.

When you do this, it'll be easy. You'll be able to tell when you've got it.

4) Put your paws on the mouse's back and bring your head down.

It doesn't matter if it gets away, it's fine. You just need to pull the mouse down towards you as hard as you can. It will struggle, but it's okay. You're a professional.

5) Give it one good bite.

Don't worry, this isn't like trying to open a suitcase. You just need to make a quick snap. That'll do it. It'll be too late for the mouse to do anything.

6) Paws on the mouse's back and head over your shoulder.

The mouse is now dead, even though you don't feel anything.

7) Gently set the mouse aside on its back.

8) Put some tissue around it, and put it back into its little cage.

This is what professional pet-handlers do.

"This is our pet-handling room. I'm the assistant handler."

"This is our handler, he's the boss of the operation. He calls all the shots."

"What do you want?"

"I just want you to give me the job. I'm the best."

"We like you, we think you're qualified."

"I'm the best handler in the business."

"Here's how you do it. Grab it like this, give it a nice bite like this. You'll feel it, then you'll be able to tell that it's dead. You don't need a manual."

"I'm the best."

"We like you, we think you're qualified."

9) Take the dead mouse away.

This is what professional pet-handlers do.

"This is our pet-handling room. I'm the assistant handler."

"This is our handler, he's the boss of the operation. He calls all the shots."

"What do you want?"

"I just want you to give me the job. I'm the best."

"We like you, we think you're qualified."

"I'm the best handler in the business."

"Here's how you do it. Grab it like this, give it a nice bite like this. You'll feel it, then you'll be able to tell that it's dead. You don't need a manual."

"I'm the best."

"We like you, we think you're qualified."

10) Put your pet in the box.

Do NOT


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