So, you see him as kinda being like the cp 6 irish guy who drags his coat behind him hoping someone will step on it so he can get into a fight?My vote goes to a CP 6. The cat's facial expression and stride imply that it is fully aware of the danger surrounding it, and inviting it's haters to hate.
Very much so. This cat, much like the surly-dispositioned Irishman you mention, is not blatantly picking a fight, but trying to entice others into picking one with him. He wants to start a fracas, but wants others to step up to the plate to challenge him.So, you see him as kinda being like the cp 6 irish guy who drags his coat behind him hoping someone will step on it so he can get into a fight?
"One tradition at a fair was for a man to drag his coat on the ground behind him and throw down the challenge, "Who'll tread on the tail of my coat?", or to ask a crowd, "Who'll say black is the white of my eye?" "
Obedience training for police dogs. They line them up, drop a cat in front of the dogs, and expect them not to react. This usually goes well for the cats. Usually.Either way I want to know why the dogs are not attacking. Are humans around making the dogs stay? If so does the cat know this? The cat could very just be an ass.