I am a fan of chickens, I love chickens.
They are so much fun.
They feed on grass, they don’t eat plants, they are not predators.
They have amazing personality.
And, you know, they can eat the dirtiest things.
And they are just so much more intelligent than any other kind of bird.
So, it’s sort of the opposite of chicken.
But I am really interested in the idea of a cat.
Cats are the most intelligent animals, and it is hard to understand why.
So what do you do if you can’t feed a cat?
I mean, if you cannot feed a feral cat, I mean it’s just so cruel.
So if you are a person who wants to feed a human, you would do what you can to save a human.
You could probably feed them a little bit.
But if you could not feed a living cat, you have no hope of saving it.
And the fact that you have to save the human, is really cruel.
You can’t help it, because they are so different from you.
And so what you do is, you look for a way to get a cat in, and you give them a good name.
But you don’t have to take on the burden of feeding the cat.
And then you go home and you watch them.
You have a very human life.
And you love them very much.
And at the end of the day, they will probably have kittens, so they are probably happy too.
So I would like to see cats adopted, because I am fascinated by them.
They’re the perfect companion for me.
It’s so fascinating.
The BBC’s The End of Cats, a special BBC program, is on BBC One at 22:00 BST on Saturday, 23 May.
The program will be available on the BBC iPlayer and other BBC services.