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    (Original post by Damien96)
    That's like hiring a prostitute for cats
    true but it's only £3 for a mouse
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
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    Just like the article, smothering us with your cat love
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    :rofl:

    Yes I have many scars from my little twatcat - that's what I call him.

    But he can be sooooo cute too. When he naps with me especially.

    Do they work together to kill the crow ? #kittybanter
    I doubt they worked together, they normally fight each other in and around the house. All of them are killing machines with their own specialities.

    One likes to climb tree to steal eggs to take home and eat the yolk.
    One likes to fish in surrounding ponds, whether that be for fish or frogs.
    And one has a taste for all young animals, like baby rabbits and squirrels.

    Nothing is safe from my herd of killers.
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    true but it's only £3 for a mouse
    £1.50 if you go to parts of Asia
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    (Original post by Damien96)
    This isn't an anti-cat opinion, I love all creatures, but there is something nauseating, and problematic, about painting any animal as if it is a teddy bear. Cats are cold blooded killers that decimate wildlife, that they are capable of love does not negate this fact.

    Also stop forcing your cats on everyone else .....

    http://thesatedire.com/news/uk-news/...eath-with-cat/
    educated ,,,,
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    What... Like a bear?
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    Fortunately people don't keep bears as pets by the hundreds of millions. Although that might be fun
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    I doubt they worked together, they normally fight each other in and around the house. All of them are killing machines with their own specialities.

    One likes to climb tree to steal eggs to take home and eat the yolk.
    One likes to fish in surrounding ponds, whether that be for fish or frogs.
    And one has a taste for all young animals, like baby rabbits and squirrels.

    Nothing is safe from my herd of killers.
    Hahahahha oh man. I love the light they bring to life just by being so damn insane. The disconnect between their brains and the potential of their physicality is Amazing and underlies all of their behaviour.

    Never had you down as a kitty lover DD. You have a soft core don't you?!
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    Just like the article, smothering us with your cat love
    I posted a beautiful wheelybin picture???
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    (Original post by Damien96)
    Fortunately people don't keep bears as pets by the hundreds of millions. Although that might be fun
    I do. :ahee:

    bear™ is my pet.
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    what on earth…
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    I do. :ahee:

    bear™ is my pet.
    Oh no, the Furries have turned up!
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    I do. :ahee:

    bear™ is my pet.
    bear™s are wild animals. never take them for granted. if they feel threatened they may inflict terrible injuries...

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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    Hahahahha oh man. I love the light they bring to life just by being so damn insane. The disconnect between their brains and the potential of their physicality is Amazing and underlies all of their behaviour.

    Never had you down as a kitty lover DD. You have a soft core don't you?!
    I prefer dogs really because they can kill bigger animals, like burglars.

    But I like my cats, they are pretty cool. One follows me when I walk to the station in the morning.

    But they can be a real nightmare when I have be their damn vet after they come back with torn ears covered in blood, sometimes their blood, sometimes not.
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    That multitasking though
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    bear™s are wild animals. never take them for granted. if they feel threatened they may inflict terrible injuries...
    Very much like little kitty cats then?
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    (Original post by Damien96)
    Just like the article, smothering us with your cat love
    I'm sure you will enjoy this article.
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    Ugh more Puritanism
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    Therapy Cat!

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    (Original post by PQ)
    Very much like little kitty cats then?
    :nyan::bear::nyan:
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    (Original post by PQ)
    I posted a beautiful wheelybin picture???
    You joke but that cat will take out the bin men in minutes.
 
 
 
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