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My cat is only 2 inches:

hello kitty
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Originally Posted by shellshock
hello kitty
How about:
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my batdz maru is only 2 inches:
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Thread Starter 
I look to forward to the future where genetic engineering will allow us to produce better cats, ones that can purr extremely loudly, more luscious fur, new color patterns, maybe even baby tigers and lions that never grow up.
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Impossible to improve on the RJ cat. Except to make him hypo-allergenic, without shaving him.
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I look to forward to the future where genetic engineering will allow us to produce better cats, ones that can purr extremely loudly, more luscious fur, new color patterns, maybe even baby tigers and lions that never grow up.

i would like a cat that doesn't shit or pee.
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i would like a cat that doesn't shit or pee.

our little skank ex-stray ghetto feline sprayed liquid shit in every room of the house a couple of days after bringing her home from the cat rescue place. she'd had a tough life though (rough part of the city, missing a front tooth, poverty related stunted growth, homeless, young mum, baby-father nowhere to be seen etc etc) and so lacked the social skill to prepare herself for polite company. ginny-cat (or little-fucker) has since gone through a pygmalion transformation, from urban to urbane. she does though occasionaly shit over the side of her litter tray though, just to let us know she hasn't completely forgotten her roots.

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Returning to the original post:

Do cats go to heaven?

I don't know, but I sure hope so, and that someday, through some sideways window in time, I can say more than those last goodbyes of this morning as he lay weak and helpless, and begged him to dream of happy things, like lobster, wet food, laundry, my sock drawer and sunbeams, and told him I'd never forget him.

My familiar, my security blanket, my ward, my link to sanity or to a particularly harmless insanity.

The RJ cat. 1992(?) - 2006.

May your rest be as deep, as sweet, as comfy as it was in life.
post #54 of 263
my commiserations.

(if i were religous i'd say 'Absolve Domine animas omnium fidelium defunctorum ab omno vinculo delictorum et gratia tua illis succurente mereantur evadere iudicium ultionis, et lucis æterne beatitudine perfrui.' - Forgive, O Lord, the souls of all the faithful departed from all the chains of their sins and may they deserve to avoid the judgment of revenge by your fostering grace, and enjoy the everlasting blessedness of light)
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baby tigers and lions that never grow up.
Now that is a good idea. Who was it said that if domestic cats where twice the size they'd be illegal?
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Originally Posted by RJman
Returning to the original post:

Do cats go to heaven?

I don't know, but I sure hope so, and that someday, through some sideways window in time, I can say more than those last goodbyes of this morning as he lay weak and helpless, and begged him to dream of happy things, like lobster, wet food, laundry, my sock drawer and sunbeams, and told him I'd never forget him.

My familiar, my security blanket, my ward, my link to sanity or to a particularly harmless insanity.

The RJ cat. 1992(?) - 2006.

May your rest be as deep, as sweet, as comfy as it was in life.

My condolences RJ.
post #57 of 263
RJman,

Que te dire ? Je tremble à l'idée de retrouver les miens endormis à jamais, un matin. Une journée bien triste. Je compatis.

Fabienne
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Thread Starter 
My condolences to you, RJ. I feel like I knew the RJ cat.
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I look to forward to the future where genetic engineering will allow us to produce better cats, ones that can purr extremely loudly, more luscious fur, new color patterns, maybe even baby tigers and lions that never grow up.

How about a Bengal cat? They're pretty damned cool. They behave a little bit more like a dog i.e. enjoying lots of attention, family life etc.

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I'm very sorry, RJman. But I tend to think that any creature that can bring us such joy in life will probably be waiting for us in the great beyond.
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