William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Monday, 15, September, 2008

Forensic Facts–Do Cats Eat Dead People

Filed under: Cat Blogging,Forensics — williamthecoroner @ 16:27

Someone found my blog with that search term. Cats eat cat food. Usually dry, sometimes wet, sometimes they grab my burger when I’m not paying enough attention to things. As a rule, cats don’t eat dead people, unless, of course, they’re locked in the house with dead people and can’t get out. Dogs are more apt to eat dead people, and they have a higher tolerance for stinky, rotting, meat than cats or people.

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6 Comments »

  1. Then explain to me why all three of mine give me the stank eyeball and lick their chops all the time!

    Comment by CrankyProf — Monday, 15, September, 2008 @ 17:08 | Reply

  2. The cat woke me up from the afternoon nap by licking my ear. Maybe she was checking to see if I was dead.

    Comment by Somerled — Monday, 15, September, 2008 @ 22:23 | Reply

  3. Check your email for a photo of an interesting cat food I spotted in the Orient.

    Comment by Brigid — Tuesday, 16, September, 2008 @ 20:15 | Reply

  4. …Clearly the search string of a “dog person.”

    Comment by Overeducated Twit — Tuesday, 16, September, 2008 @ 21:57 | Reply

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