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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    Someone had a cat that ate the mouse but left the gall bladders and the brain or something lying around.

    Consider yourself comparitivly lucky...
    i'll consider that while i eat my dinner.
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    one of my cats brought me a dead pigeon once :puke:
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    (Original post by Avogadro6.022*10^23)
    Eat the cat! EAT IT.

    I fully advocate the eating of pussies.
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    You are funny.
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    someone had to come out with that

    you dirty dawg.
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    someone had to come out with that
    I just hope that^ wasnt a attempted continuation. :O
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    (Original post by wesetters)
    Spleen. Apparently it tastes bad.

    The bin men once refused to take the rubbish because I'd disposed of a couple of mice in there that morning - they were right at the top
    reminds me of a time when 5-6 of my tropical fish died in the space of only a couple of days, coupled with two dead mice being brought in the kitchen by my family cats. I went to refill the outside bin, to find all these bodies of dead animals. One of the mice was lying on it's back, staring right back up at me. It'll probably come to haunt me in an afterlife (if such a thing exists).
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    It would be cool if a cat brought back something disproportionatly bigger.

    Like a badger. Or a small child.
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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    I just hope that^ wasnt a attempted continuation. :O
    funnily enough, no, it wasn't!

    subconsciously i'm dirty? :confused:
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    One of the mice was lying on it's back, staring right back up at me. It'll probably come to haunt me in an afterlife (if such a thing exists).
    Dude dont you watch any films?...you should have closed its eyes in a respectful and mournful manner. Possibly with sombre soundtrack playing.
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    Just so long as the mouse was still intact...
    I hate having to scoop them up into the pan. Thankfully my cat only has 5 teeth so the most she can kill is a butterfly.
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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    Dude dont you watch any films?...you should have closed its eyes in a respectful and mournful manner.
    and should i have buggered its body too? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    and should i have buggered its body too? :rolleyes:
    What the Hell!? :eek:

    Dont want to know what youve been watching.

    Doesnt sound like the great panda adventure...
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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    What the Hell!? :eek:

    Dont want to know what youve been watching.

    Doesnt sound like the great panda adventure...
    i was joking (distasteful 'joke'). You were asking me to fiddle with the eyes. I can deal with using a brush, to move the body into some newspaper, but to close the eyes, that's stretching it.
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    Moving on...

    Isnt there a roadkill chef who says we should be cooking and eating this kind of stuff.

    You guys should be greatful your cats bring you free food.
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    My cat's modes of mouse-handling:
    1) Kill. Leave in unfortunate place to be seen by squeamish people and visitors who need to be impressed. Eat it later.
    2) Kill. Dispose of everything exculding the digestive system. Leave this on back door for roaming slugs to obsess over.
    3) Kill. Leave to look cute and fluffy and dead, and to later be buried.
    4) Kill. Bite through neck and position head to look back at the body, with the beady little eyes expressing slight suprise.

    Number 4 is the sick favourite.
 
 
 
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