Now that we got that out of the way...and as evidence, the picture is her. And not just any domestic cat, she's a Bengal Cat. Which means she's a mere few generations removed from an actual cross with a Wild Cat. So...
Do ya think this bitch would KILL the fucking mouse? No.
There is a baseboard metal heating element behind my bed. I hear rattling around, and I hear the cat. 7:30 is revelry around here b/c as you may have heard, I'm in Kindergarten now. I'm fucking tired, half asleep and DO NOT WANT TO WAKE UP but even in my semi-conscious state, I realize there is likely a mouse back there that's she chasing and it has sought refuge in or under the heating element.
Just finished eating and come back into my bedroom and scampering about my floor is a fucking mouse. And who should be CASUALLY following behind said mouse? Yes, this asshole in the picture. Do ya think the bitch's wild ass instincts would kick in and the bitch would pounce, kill and say "see what I did there?" FUCK NO.
So the fucking mouse is scampering, I'm looking for something to scoop it up and all I can manage is a Coach shoe box top (veiled reference to expensive shoes, CHECK) and I successfully "trap" the mouse beneath the top. Now, since I'm on this recent respect all life kick (the cat can kill the motherfucker, that's nature, but I'd like to "evacuate" the little fucker from my home or otherwise, "release it back to the wild"), I'm looking around for something to scoop this little fucker up.
So of course, the little fucker gets loose in my fucking Save the Wildlife efforts, and goes scampering about my room again while this bitch (pictured) looks on helplessly.
This bitch is not hunting. She's off lounging somewhere, sleeping. The mouse is still in my fucking room somewhere. I have a potential solution; I grab one of my patterdale terriers, cut him loose in here, and the shit is a wrap. I got a little black fucker outside that is literally the Grim Fucking Reaper. Truly the messenger of death to anything with fur. However, the terrier will likely take out the cat too.
My question: Is that a bad thing?