3.06.2007

Mr. Panda Bear



I know what you're thinking....relative to Vishus Deer? What about Cat Eating Coyotes? Ginormous...that's for sure! I have been watching Mr. Panda Bear for about a week now and I wanted to give you my full report before I scared anycat with this photograph. I have taken the dangers onto myself so please, any kittens, do not try this at home!

Stats:

Size: About 3 Lap Ladies Wide
Height: About as High as the Lap Lady when she's sitting down.
Color: Black & White
Fur: Soft but it doesn't smell right- smells like plastic
Paws: HUGE!! But really good to tackle and bunny kick
Weight: Can't be sure but I think he weighs about as much as Latte, Chase, & I put together.


Habitat:

I have observed Mr. Panda Bear only in the Cat Room on the big cat bed. He doesn't move much, he always sits in the corner but you can push him over so he face plants onto the bed. I have not observed him eating anything but due to his size he must eat when no one is watching. I think he eats Dust Bunnies! He hasn't used our litter box and I was scared he might try to fit in the little hole! Luckily there are no "remnants" of his meals.

Findings:

Since he doesn't move much I hypothesized that perhaps he was dead. I tested him by jumping all over him and biting and kicking his various parts. While he didn't respond- he also did not bleed so I think he isn't alive. He appears to be filled with this white fluffy material that is really fun to play in! It looks like that snow stuff but comes out in puffs! Therefore I deem Mr. Panda Bear completely cat safe! I further find that he is safe to climb and attack due to his calm nature.

UPDATE: Many cats have raised the possibility that Mr. Panda Bear may "wake up" in the Spring. I'll keep an eye on him as the weather gets warmer!

18 comments:

Dragonheart said...

Great investigative technique Kaze! And terrific report. You certainly put a lot of time and effort into it! You were also very brave to look into this for us.

The Meezer Gang said...

Kaze, be careful!!!!!!!...what is this "panda bear" is just dormant for the wintery months. I've heard that bears come alive when it gets warm...keep a watchful eye on that bugger!!!

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Great job investigating Kaze. I think that the meezer gang my be right, continue to be vigilent in case the bear becomes more active in the warmer weather.
I must say, it looks like a great place to nap....

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Da Meezers and Hendrix may be rite! Watch out dat he duzent get more aktif when da spring reely comes. Until den, he duz look like he'd be nice to nap on.

Tara said...

Whew, I'm so glad he is safe! I was getting pretty scared there, he is SOO big. But he might be fun to jump on!
Tara

The Meezers said...

good job Kaze, but you should run your tests again in the spring like ofurrs saided. Just to make shur.

Gemini said...

Yes, Kaze be careful. He is big!

Junior said...

Oh my gosh Kaze!!! There is something similar to this in my home! Only it has no black on it! Should I do intensive investigating like you did?

Daisy said...

Kaze, you are very brave to undertake this scientific study all alone. Just be very careful of him, in case he comes alive at NIGHT when you are asleep.

Forty Paws said...

Wow! That's a great investigative repurt!! We ist impressed!

Pulleze giv Dorfie positive thoughts today cuz he's gittin more toofies yanked.

Luf, Us

One of us said...

Thank you for the informative report. May we suggests that if he does wake up in the spring you run incase he remembers you from his dreams. ~Merlin, SHadow, Ko Ko

Kimo & Sabi said...

Be VERY careful - he is the purrfect spy to hide a "nanny-cam" in! Maybe you are being watched right now!

said...

This is an incredible discovery and reportage on your part.
If it reallly eats dustbunnies.. I might consider getting one of those... well, if it is not dangerous.
You might knock it over and sit on it's stomach... you know, when it is unawares...

Sultanfus and Guy said...

Excellant report. We will be sure to check our house for any strange Bears lurking in dark corners.

Beau Beau & Angie said...

Ohhhh yeah. Be furry careful when the weather gets warmer. Watch out fur him to start drooling for sweet kitty.

Catzee said...

That am furry big? Does it wrestle???

Jake and Bathsheba said...

You're very thorough with your scientific reporting, Kaze. We're very impressed with one so young as you. Did you go to college?

Stay on guard.

~J&B

Skeeter & LC said...

No, not scary. Way too friendly-lookin!

We think Panda would be welcome here.