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What does It mean when a cat brings an animal or what looks like an animal to me?

my cat once brought a rubber lizard that was torn apart by her and delivered to my balcony

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There are 2 schools of thought on this 1) she loves you and is bringing you "gifts" of "food"
2) Stupid humans too inept to hunt for themselves... here! ... IMO if they bring you critters that are still alive it is def #2, they often bring injured but still alive animals to their kittens to "play" with as it is practice for future hunting.. she's trying to teach you to hunt if she does that ;)

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As deana said before me, she either really likes you enough to share her food, or thinks that you are a dumb, incapable, stupid human that does not know how to. Cats are interesting, don't you think?

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She considers you as part of her and her "group" so she feeds you

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She brought you a little gift...

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She wants you to praise her for her hunting skills. Say thank you and keep her inside for her protection. There are many toys that will satisfy the hunting desire. If you play with her interactively, you, too, can enjoy the thrill if the chase and the excitement of the capture safely in the house and no little creature loses its life or gives your beloved pet a disease!

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