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November 20th, 2023 at 8:29:16 AM permalink
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The culprit is suspected to be to cute little black one that snuggles me with very pointy feet.
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They make an aerosol spray that keeps cats off things because it's offensive to them. You can't smell it but they can. Get some and spray your problem areas and they'll stay away. Problem solved. You don't even need to do it a lot, just once in awhile and the residual spray will keep them away. But then you'll have nothing to complain about..
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I've sprayed feline repellent in that spot at least 4 times over the past 7 weeks.
... and again just now.
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The repellent is obviously not working so get another brand and try that one until you get the one that they don't like.
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November 20th, 2023 at 8:42:09 AM permalink
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The culprit is suspected to be to cute little black one that snuggles me with very pointy feet.
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They make an aerosol spray that keeps cats off things because it's offensive to them. You can't smell it but they can. Get some and spray your problem areas and they'll stay away. Problem solved. You don't even need to do it a lot, just once in awhile and the residual spray will keep them away. But then you'll have nothing to complain about..
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I've sprayed feline repellent in that spot at least 4 times over the past 7 weeks.
... and again just now.
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The repellent is obviously not working so get another brand and try that one until you get the one that they don't like.
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Preaching to the choir.
The "cat people" in the house only approve certain forms of "better living through chemistry", even though the forms they approve seem ineffective.
It's essential oil wishful thinking, if you ask me, but they've deluded themselves into thinking it works without critically reviewing the results. (Repellent sprayed furniture is still getting clawed; repellent sprayed areas are still getting marked).
It has a child-safe pleasant clove oil smell.
I've relocated my luggage. Again.
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November 20th, 2023 at 9:23:46 AM permalink
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The culprit is suspected to be to cute little black one that snuggles me with very pointy feet.
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They make an aerosol spray that keeps cats off things because it's offensive to them. You can't smell it but they can. Get some and spray your problem areas and they'll stay away. Problem solved. You don't even need to do it a lot, just once in awhile and the residual spray will keep them away. But then you'll have nothing to complain about..
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I've sprayed feline repellent in that spot at least 4 times over the past 7 weeks.
... and again just now.
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The repellent is obviously not working so get another brand and try that one until you get the one that they don't like.
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Preaching to the choir.
The "cat people" in the house only approve certain forms of "better living through chemistry", even though the forms they approve seem ineffective.
It's essential oil wishful thinking, if you ask me, but they've deluded themselves into thinking it works without critically reviewing the results. (Repellent sprayed furniture is still getting clawed; repellent sprayed areas are still getting marked).
It has a child-safe pleasant clove oil smell.
I've relocated my luggage. Again.
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Secretly get a spray they don't know about and hide it sounds like you're using some kind of BS save the environment type spray which cats laugh at. Believe me there are sprays out there they don't like and your kids will never know the difference.
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November 20th, 2023 at 10:52:00 AM permalink
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The culprit is suspected to be to cute little black one that snuggles me with very pointy feet.
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They make an aerosol spray that keeps cats off things because it's offensive to them. You can't smell it but they can. Get some and spray your problem areas and they'll stay away. Problem solved. You don't even need to do it a lot, just once in awhile and the residual spray will keep them away. But then you'll have nothing to complain about..
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I've sprayed feline repellent in that spot at least 4 times over the past 7 weeks.
... and again just now.
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The repellent is obviously not working so get another brand and try that one until you get the one that they don't like.
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Preaching to the choir.
The "cat people" in the house only approve certain forms of "better living through chemistry", even though the forms they approve seem ineffective.
It's essential oil wishful thinking, if you ask me, but they've deluded themselves into thinking it works without critically reviewing the results. (Repellent sprayed furniture is still getting clawed; repellent sprayed areas are still getting marked).
It has a child-safe pleasant clove oil smell.
I've relocated my luggage. Again.
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Secretly get a spray they don't know about and hide it sounds like you're using some kind of BS save the environment type spray which cats laugh at. Believe me there are sprays out there they don't like and your kids will never know the difference.
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You describe yet another perpetual battle with my loving family.
Last time I tried to indelicately replace the eco-friendly chemicals with stuff that works, I woke up to the 4 year old contemplating how to open my femoral artery. I don't think her big sister put her up to it; she was just trying to make a good guess about how to off me without too much mess.
(My wiley instincts for self-preservation prevailed. I survived, although there is a fairly dramatic cut in a pair of blue jeans I keep as a reminder.)
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November 20th, 2023 at 11:58:25 AM permalink
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You describe yet another perpetual battle with my loving family.
Last time I tried to indelicately replace the eco-friendly chemicals with stuff that works, I woke up to the 4 year old contemplating how to open my femoral artery. I don't think her big sister put her up to it; she was just trying to make a good guess about how to off me without too much mess.
(My wiley instincts for self-preservation prevailed. I survived, although there is a fairly dramatic cut in a pair of blue jeans I keep as a reminder.)
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There's one thing you never mention in all these talks about your cats and the problems you have is your wife. Where does she stand on all this, certainly between the two of you you can figure out how you can hide a can of cat spray. Are your children really smarter than you? As far as I can see the cats so far are smarter than everybody in this scenario.
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November 20th, 2023 at 1:23:53 PM permalink
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You describe yet another perpetual battle with my loving family.
Last time I tried to indelicately replace the eco-friendly chemicals with stuff that works, I woke up to the 4 year old contemplating how to open my femoral artery. I don't think her big sister put her up to it; she was just trying to make a good guess about how to off me without too much mess.
(My wiley instincts for self-preservation prevailed. I survived, although there is a fairly dramatic cut in a pair of blue jeans I keep as a reminder.)
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There's one thing you never mention in all these talks about your cats and the problems you have is your wife. Where does she stand on all this, certainly between the two of you you can figure out how you can hide a can of cat spray. Are your children really smarter than you? As far as I can see the cats so far are smarter than everybody in this scenario.
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The cats have the wife convinced that they are desirable to have around.
I am often away on travel, so I usually don't care.
The wife is also convinced that organic free-range homeopathic household chemicals are superior, despite their general ineffectiveness. She has the children convinced of this.

Again, the real plan is to get cleared to go back to sweeping floors (and other lucrative endeavours) in faraway lands in a week or two, and let them sort the messes out themselves.
The cats will stay here. I'll take my clothing beyond the splash zone. The world will be right again, aside from still having next to nothing for freeplay.
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November 20th, 2023 at 6:11:41 PM permalink
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November 21st, 2023 at 1:12:52 PM permalink
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November 21st, 2023 at 3:10:08 PM permalink
When I was a freshman in college my room mate had a thing for snakes; he let a full sized boa constrictor run "free" in our dorm room.

It was cool to watch it eat mice, then rats, then guinea pigs, but a year later, after he moved out, it was claimed he fed it cats.

Whatever.

One morning I awoke from my slumber on the lower bunk, opened my eyes and saw that the snake had wrapped his lower body in the coils supporting the upper bunk, leaving his upper body and head free to hang down...his head was an inch or two from my face when I first opened my eyes.

I figure he was eyeing me, trying to figure out if he could eat me.
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November 21st, 2023 at 8:22:27 PM permalink
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When I was a freshman in college my room mate had a thing for snakes; he let a full sized boa constrictor run "free" in our dorm room.

I figure he was eyeing me, trying to figure out if he could eat me.
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He must have thought you were soon to be like a family member! You were pre-law, right?

So as not to hijack, cats are very cute.
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November 21st, 2023 at 9:09:05 PM permalink
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He must have thought you were soon to be like a family member! You were pre-law, right?



What's up, doc?

Show me ONE DOCTOR that has something good to say about lawyers.

As if WE'RE the cause of the sky-high malpractice premiums facing sawbones today...
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November 21st, 2023 at 9:26:10 PM permalink
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He must have thought you were soon to be like a family member! You were pre-law, right?



What's up, doc?

Show me ONE DOCTOR that has something good to say about lawyers.

As if WE'RE the cause of the sky-high malpractice premiums facing sawbones today...
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Please don't hijack the cat thread with this kind of junk.
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November 21st, 2023 at 9:38:22 PM permalink
2 cats or more = Cat piss, cat piss, cat piss galore.. its piss, s$it and puke all over your space, lies if you claim it doesn't happen to your place.

Stinky litter, Stinky clothing, and a massive horrible Stinky place. Your dulled senses don't notice what's right there in front of your nose/face.

Don't fool yourself in thinking cats only use the litter box in grace, because in a group it been proven they $h!t, piss ans puke all over the place



FYI, your clothing and blankets are especially not safe, because
The hair, cat puke, hairballs, piss, and poop
you can never escape.

What a nasty, vary nasty miserable world it must be living with multiple cats that do nothing but...shed, poop and pee.
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November 21st, 2023 at 9:42:26 PM permalink
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2 cats or more = Cat piss, cat piss, cat piss..
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I have some advice for you. Please take it under consideration.

Don't get a cat. You're welcome.
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November 21st, 2023 at 9:50:41 PM permalink
What is a thread about cats doing on a gambling forum, anyway?

I could see "Monkey Monkey" but "Here, kitty kitty kitty" just wouldn't resonate in the baccarat pit.
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November 21st, 2023 at 9:55:38 PM permalink
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What is a thread about cats doing on a gambling forum, anyway?
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Why is there a thread about food, or remembering the past, or any of the other dozens of threads that have nothing to do with gambling.
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November 21st, 2023 at 9:59:12 PM permalink
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♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
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November 21st, 2023 at 10:04:31 PM permalink
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2 cats or more = Cat piss, cat piss, cat piss..
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I have some advice for you. Please take it under consideration.

Don't get a cat. You're welcome.
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We have had 2 at once. I knew better than having more than one at a time. But... I was in the Walmart parking lot during one of the hottest days in summer when I noticed a desperate kitten not looking good. It scamperd into an engine compartment where I fished it out. I swear it was about to die until I held it under the air-conditioning and gave it drops of water and probably mouth to mouth. We kept it. She is still doing well to this day, however I'm certain she had some brain damage that day for various reasons.

Our first cat passed away after a very, very long life. Our current cat was a kitten around 2010-20012.

No more cats or animals for us( we have/had too many).

we just got a puppy a year ago and we will not be getting anything new for a very, very long time.

We have had so many different animals, it's crazy.

Dart frogs, red eye tree frog's, 3 different kinds of turtle's, a small golden Greek tourist,
Hehgogs, a fancymouse, a ferret that passed away

I love owning animals, but it's so heartbreaking.

Our outside turtles should outlive us.
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♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
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November 23rd, 2023 at 1:36:56 AM permalink
I cherish my cat with all my heart, finding joy in every purr, playful leap, and the warmth of our shared moments, hopefully your cat is already recovered...
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November 23rd, 2023 at 1:36:52 PM permalink
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We have had so many different animals, it's crazy. Dart frogs, red eye tree frog's, 3 different kinds of turtle's, a small golden Greek tourist,..



Was the small golden Greek tourist named Jason, and did he fleece you?

*J/K...funny typo*
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November 24th, 2023 at 3:59:22 AM permalink
Most cats roughhousing with a much larger animal get overwhelmed when the other animal is also energetic. Not this cat.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAoWWM-ERpc
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November 26th, 2023 at 10:18:30 AM permalink
The two kittens are growing like weeds.

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November 26th, 2023 at 8:12:51 PM permalink
EvenBob's last three photos show just placeholders for me. All his previous photos are fine.

Anyone else having this problem?

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November 27th, 2023 at 1:36:52 AM permalink
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EvenBob's last three photos show just placeholders for me. All his previous photos are fine.

Anyone else having this problem?

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They are displaying for me.
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November 30th, 2023 at 3:10:16 PM permalink
I just love this little idiot. He's one of the kittens I got last summer and I pick him up at least a dozen times a day because he's just irresistible. He is so fat and so soft and he's so pleasant that I just can't stand it.


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November 30th, 2023 at 8:08:12 PM permalink
Looks tasty.

Fries would go well with the little guy...

Oh, wait...wrong thread.

Sorry.
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December 1st, 2023 at 7:08:02 PM permalink
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I am so jealous of you and your cats.
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I am so jealous of you and your cats.
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You wouldn't be if you had to feed them. I personally mix their food and feed them five times a day. Just because I want to make sure everybody gets enough to eat even though they have a big continuous feed dry food bowl. Their last meal of the day is I come out of my office with an 18 inch Pizza pan covered with the mixture of wet food dry food and chicken broth and on top of that is 6 or 7 oz of cut up chicken, cooked chicken. Believe me they're all there for that one, a couple of them will growl when they snatch a piece of chicken and run away and eat it. It's instinct, and it's hilarious when they do it. Especially when the kittens do it it's really funny.
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December 2nd, 2023 at 5:46:29 AM permalink
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I am so jealous of you and your cats.
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You wouldn't be if you had to feed them. I personally mix their food and feed them five times a day. Just because I want to make sure everybody gets enough to eat even though they have a big continuous feed dry food bowl. Their last meal of the day is I come out of my office with an 18 inch Pizza pan covered with the mixture of wet food dry food and chicken broth and on top of that is 6 or 7 oz of cut up chicken, cooked chicken. Believe me they're all there for that one, a couple of them will growl when they snatch a piece of chicken and run away and eat it. It's instinct, and it's hilarious when they do it. Especially when the kittens do it it's really funny.
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My cats only got dried food and I would leave it out all the time. They just ate when they were hungry. I could put food out for the whole week and they would be fine if I left for a week.
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December 2nd, 2023 at 7:45:03 AM permalink
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My cats only got dried food and I would leave it out all the time. They just ate when they were hungry. I could put food out for the whole week and they would be fine if I left for a week.
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If you ever get cats again please give them wet food also, it's very bad for a cat to have only dry food. If you don't believe me look it up. Causes all kinds of problems for them. The best thing you can do is mix the wet food with the dry food, this is what I do along with chicken broth. But not the canned chicken broth it has too much salt in it, I have to make my own broth.
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My cats only got dried food and I would leave it out all the time. They just ate when they were hungry. I could put food out for the whole week and they would be fine if I left for a week.
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If you ever get cats again please give them wet food also, it's very bad for a cat to have only dry food. If you don't believe me look it up. Causes all kinds of problems for them. The best thing you can do is mix the wet food with the dry food, this is what I do along with chicken broth. But not the canned chicken broth it has too much salt in it, I have to make my own broth.
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Too much effort.
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December 3rd, 2023 at 9:58:57 PM permalink
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Too much effort.



Indeed.

Turn it into an advantage play: feed em dry food til they die, then sell them to the purchaser at your nearby Vietnamese restaruant for incorporation into one of their dishes called "tiểu hổ", literally "little tiger" or "baby tiger",
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December 3rd, 2023 at 11:22:15 PM permalink
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Looks tasty.

Fries would go well with the little guy...

Oh, wait...wrong thread.

Sorry.
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Too much effort.



Indeed.

Turn it into an advantage play: feed em dry food til they die, then sell them to the purchaser at your nearby Vietnamese restaruant for incorporation into one of their dishes called "tiểu hổ", literally "little tiger" or "baby tiger",
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MrV,

I for one have not enjoyed your recent contributions to this thread.

I hope that you are trying to interject some humor with these "eat the cat" posts, but I feel your attempts are missing the mark. Perhaps you should start a thread about ALF?


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December 4th, 2023 at 12:50:27 AM permalink
Not sure I'm "trying" to do anything other than stay on topic and having a bit of fun comparing the Westrern adoration of felines with the Asian view that they're a food source..

You may not have enjoyed the TRUE posts about serving cat as an entree, but it's a topic that lots of Asians can't wait to sink their teeth into.

FWIW I've owned cats for most of my adult life and never consumed one, not even a tiny morsel.

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December 4th, 2023 at 4:01:51 AM permalink
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Not sure I'm "trying" to do anything other than stay on topic and having a bit of fun comparing the Westrern adoration of felines with the Asian view that they're a food source..

You may not have enjoyed the TRUE posts about serving cat as an entree, but it's a topic that lots of Asians can't wait to sink their teeth into.

FWIW I've owned cats for most of my adult life and never consumed one, not even a tiny morsel.

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We know cats will eat their owners if the food stops coming. Whereas a a faithful dog will probably starve to death.

Technically, I suppose a cat is just practical when it has to be. But a dog can earn a tribute for its loyalty. (not that it knows that)
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December 8th, 2023 at 10:39:31 AM permalink
"It's not called gambling if the math is on your side."
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December 8th, 2023 at 3:40:58 PM permalink
"It's not called gambling if the math is on your side."
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December 8th, 2023 at 5:32:33 PM permalink
Yee-haw, the rodeo is in town.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_MaJDK3VNE
"What, me worry?"
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