My Pruitt hides under the bed every time I
come home. He won’t come out for at least
15 minutes. It’s like he hears my voice but
isn’t convinced it’s really me.
— Teresa Moore
Our cat runs to answer the intercom,
but when someone comes to the
door, he runs the other way.
— Dawn Butcher
Rocky is my antisocial watch cat. He loves
to look out the windows. I always know
when someone comes to the door because
he growls and runs upstairs. He’s terrified
— Kelly Kissick Overstreet
Does your cat hide under the bed when the doorbell rings or look at you like you’re an ax murderer when you enter the room? Tell us what your cat is afraid of.
Kobe is my “guard
on the door,
Then he runs
off. — Tammie
Plastic bags scare my
cat! When I bring
groceries home, she
hides until all the
plastic bags are gone.
— Dawn Parkin-Bradshaw
ONE WORD: vacuum
— Francis Pillman
One of my cats is afraid of cords.
The other is afraid of our freezer.
— Alex Harrell
One of ours spooks at knocks or
doorbells on TV.
— Jess Harvey
My Walle runs at every sound. He
loathes the vacuum and ceiling fan.
— Tami Wilde Tactacan
The sound of aluminum foil crinkling scares my cat.
— Deborah Fisher
We rescued a feral kitten from a
trash can five years ago. She growls
whenever she hears the FedEx truck
or if she senses thunder from far
off. She doesn’t react the same
when it’s the UPS man. Go figure!
— Jay Robinson