When a cat comes into your house and you say, “Hello, I have a rabbit, and he looks like me!” she’ll respond with a wide-eyed, “Awwwwww, my fur!”
You may even get her to bite your arm or scratch your head!
But how do you get the cat to take the rabbit into her mouth?
A cat will lick its fur, but it will do so slowly and in a controlled way.
In fact, it’s not that big of a deal, because cats have an incredibly fast tongue, and they can suck in tiny bits of food while they’re licking.
It’s the same principle that allows humans to swallow whole grains.
The trick, of course, is that the cat is chewing on a rabbit’s back, which makes her feel a bit more at ease, too.
The rabbit is now in her mouth, and your cat is trying to lick it.
But she can’t.
You have to work her way up to her front paws and suck it into her throat, then push it back down with her mouth.
If she swallows the whole thing, she’ll have to eat the whole rabbit, which will take some time.
And while she’s chewing on the rabbit, you’re still trying to get the rabbit to bite you.
To accomplish this, you’ll need to gently hold the rabbit in a series of controlled bites with the front paws, and then you can give her more bites with your mouth.
That’s when you’ll find she’s doing the right thing.
But, don’t panic.
Cats aren’t as aggressive as rabbits.
They don’t jump up and attack, they just lick the floor with their tongues and swallow them, and when they finish, they release their tongues.
They just sit there, and you’ll see them staring at you in shock or even yawning.
This is a good sign that you’ve got the right person for the job.
And when the cat finally swallows your rabbit, it’ll be so pleased with you that it’ll give you a big, loving hug.