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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    I have three cats in the hous there names - Goddam it , Jesus Christ and Smart Ass LOL

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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    "tb04512" wrote:
    "so-cal" wrote:
    Who wouldn't want to snuggle up with a soft, furry p*ssy...(cat) that is.

    i like the "cat" shaved

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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    i have a cat named chester after chester taylor

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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    Fact- Dogs>Cats

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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    "ryanmurphy" wrote:
    My wife and I recently adopted a cat from the vet that she works at.
    I am normally not a cat person, but this one is kind of cool.
    He has no eyes.
    They were cut out and sewn shut like the dude in that Alice in Chains video.

    He jumps about three feet in the air to get on the couch, and occationally runs into walls.
    Its all pretty entertaining.


    Are you serious?

    Why would somebody cut out the cats eyes?
    That is sick.

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    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "ryanmurphy" wrote:
    My wife and I recently adopted a cat from the vet that she works at.
    I am normally not a cat person, but this one is kind of cool.
    He has no eyes.
    They were cut out and sewn shut like the dude in that Alice in Chains video.

    He jumps about three feet in the air to get on the couch, and occationally runs into walls.
    Its all pretty entertaining.


    Are you serious?

    Why would somebody cut out the cats eyes?
    That is sick.
    could have been for medical reasons....

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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    "arrested_developer" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "ryanmurphy" wrote:
    My wife and I recently adopted a cat from the vet that she works at.
    I am normally not a cat person, but this one is kind of cool.
    He has no eyes.
    They were cut out and sewn shut like the dude in that Alice in Chains video.

    He jumps about three feet in the air to get on the couch, and occationally runs into walls.
    Its all pretty entertaining.


    Are you serious?

    Why would somebody cut out the cats eyes?
    That is sick.
    could have been for medical reasons....
    If it was, can you imagine the poor cat waking up from surgery?

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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    i imagine it's a lot easier to be blind for cats. with the good sense of smell and all. but the nightvision would suck.

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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Cats are increasingly popular family pets, and it's easy to see why. Besides being intelligent and entertaining, they are small, adaptable, and tidy..........

    http://boomers.msn.com/articleBHG.aspx?cp-documentid=413532&GT1=10214
    I read the article.
    I truly lack the desire to go outside several times a day!
    I think I should get some cats or get on welfare!
    “What takes a quarterback to the next level is not arm strength or mobility or any of that stuff. It’s the ability to play on critical downs. Manage third downs, or red zones or four-minute or two-minute situations"
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    Re: Is a Cat for You?

    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Cats are increasingly popular family pets, and it's easy to see why. Besides being intelligent and entertaining, they are small, adaptable, and tidy..........

    http://boomers.msn.com/articleBHG.aspx?cp-documentid=413532&GT1=10214
    I read the article.
    I truly lack the desire to go outside several times a day!
    I think I should get some cats or get on welfare!
    Instead of getting cats...get on welfare, and then have as many children as you can so your welfare check keeps getting bigger.
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