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    Slightly off topic but we once fed live goldfish to my mate's piranhas.

    Everything has to eat.
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    Haha, I do love pictures of bemused looking cats wondering why people keep pointing lumps of plastic at them. They seem to be constantly thinking "What? what is it?"
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    (Original post by Damien96)
    You joke but that cat will take out the bin men in minutes.
    Nah. He's an old man. He only ever attacks tennis balls (and other cats)
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    (Original post by the bear)
    bear™s are wild animals. never take them for granted. if they feel threatened they may inflict terrible injuries...

    :rofl:

    You and diddydec together. :ahee:
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    Slightly off topic but we once fed live goldfish to my mate's piranhas.

    Everything has to eat.
    If a piranha was kept by millions and millions, grew legs and was let out at night to slaughter hundreds of millions of animals for fun, usually not food, then I would say the same.

    Goldfish are scum and would vote for Trump if they could anyway.
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    (Original post by PQ)
    Nah. He's an old man. He only ever attacks tennis balls (and other cats)
    When my cat got old he used to stand at the window and pretend to catch birds. If cats weren't so lazy e would have no wildlife left.
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    (Original post by MountKimbie)
    Therapy Cat!

    Black cat at Salem, clearly witchcraft.
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    (Original post by Ethereal World)
    :rofl:

    You and diddydec together. :ahee:
    bear™ and .....

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    (Original post by whorace)
    Ugh more Puritanism
    Explain?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    bear™ and .....
    You people are sick!
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    (Original post by Damien96)
    Explain?
    I didn't read the thread. I thought it was another one of those whiny cat bashing threads posted by an angry vegan.
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    (Original post by whorace)
    I didn't read the thread. I thought it was another one of those whiny cat bashing threads posted by an angry vegan.
    Ah! Well I am a slightly miffed vegetarian.
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    (Original post by Damien96)
    Ah! Well I am a slightly miffed vegetarian.
    Another one for you then.
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    Thankfully i don't have those types of base desires. I have molested a badger after a sugary drink though.
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    Cats are lovely. They do catch things, which is unfortunate, but they are extremely loving and friendly. Also, most animals kill things- dogs, bears, some fish, humans, etc. If our cats catch things, we try to rescue and release them, though some sadly can't be saved. Cats are fabulous creatures and it's in their instinct to hunt, so it's not as if they can help it.
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    (Original post by Gribby2)
    Cats are lovely. They do catch things, which is unfortunate, but they are extremely loving and friendly. Also, most animals kill things- dogs, bears, some fish, humans, etc. If our cats catch things, we try to rescue and release them, though some sadly can't be saved. Cats are fabulous creatures and it's in their instinct to hunt, so it's not as if they can help it.
    I think the point is their owners could do more to stop the destruction of wildlife. Cats can't help their nature, humans can stop treating them as if they are toys. It is us that has bred them to the sorts of levels that cause the problem so we should be mindful of those effects.

    Don't let your cat out at night, for example.
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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/
    That almost happened to me once. I woke up in the middle of the night with a load of fur in my mouth and couldn't lift my chest to breathe. My 9kg monster had decided to sleep on top of my chest and face, it's like he'd made a cleverly orchestrated assassination attempt.
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    This why I could put a bullet in ones head lol.

    One dead cat saves the lives of several wildlife.

    It's the lesser of two evils.

    But keep your damn cats indoors. It should be the law to do so.
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    (Original post by Strawberry68)
    This why I could put a bullet in ones head lol.

    One dead cat saves the lives of several wildlife.

    It's the lesser of two evils.

    But keep your damn cats indoors. It should be the law to do so.
    You shouldn't worry so much about the cats, I kill far more wildlife than my cats.

    Would you put a bullet in my head? Do you even know how to use firearm?
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    (Original post by Strawberry68)
    This why I could put a bullet in ones head lol.

    One dead cat saves the lives of several wildlife.

    It's the lesser of two evils.

    But keep your damn cats indoors. It should be the law to do so.

    Someone with that attitude fatally poisoned my cat a few years back.

    He was the most gentle, sweet natured cat I've ever known and wouldn't have the know how, or the desire to harm a fly. He'd just timidly wander around my street, and snooze in the sun.

    :sad:

    And it's cruel to leave cats indoors.
 
 
 
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