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post #316 of 577
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
I was just shooting in the dark...and scored If you're going to come on a board and post that people that like cats have femine characteristics, do you really think you're not going to have to deal with some return comments?
I was originally responding to the guy who said dogs have womanly characteristics. Then you came with your clowning and Karl Rove debating style, i.e. just making shit up about the person you are debating and insistently repeating these fabrications in the hopes that repetition will give your arguments authority or truth. "you have no charisma, calm down. you have no charisma, calm down, you have no charisma, calm down."
post #317 of 577
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Originally Posted by Garage/Surf Rock View Post
I was originally responding to the guy who said dogs have womanly characteristics. Then you came with your clowning and Karl Rove debating style, i.e. just making shit up about the person you are debating and insistently repeating these fabrications in the hopes that repetition will give your arguments authority or truth.

"you have no charisma, calm down. you have no charisma, calm down, you have no charisma, calm down."

Insistently repeat?

I made one post saying my wife's cats do not act how you said cats act. I made one post saying animals react to charisma. Sadly, nothing was repeated, let alone insistently. Except of course...by you.

And if you think I was "debating" you?
post #318 of 577
so you were just trolling or trying to be funny? why? don't you have anything better to do? you're acting as if I insulted cat owners and cats but I never did.
post #319 of 577
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Originally Posted by Garage/Surf Rock View Post
so you were just trolling or trying to be funny? why? don't you have anything better to do? you're acting as if I insulted cat owners and cats but I never did.

It's grown boring. Teh RJ is right.
post #320 of 577
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Originally Posted by spertia View Post
Our oldest cat is named Squeaker. Sometimes my wife calls him Squeaky Boy.

They should meet. Squeaky is a lady. I don't think she wants a family ( she's fixed after all ) but she still enjoys a Tomcat now and then.
post #321 of 577
We have one. A black one and his name is Don Corleone
post #322 of 577
Meeko & Pumpkin getting friendly...

Meeko just decided to join Pumpkin in her roosting spot at the top of the cat tree. Normally Meeko has the bottom spot and Pumpkin takes the top spot. The weather actually took a turn for the cold recently and I'm guessing that Meeko wanted a warm body to snuggle up against


post #323 of 577
Yes, two strays, arrived as kittens, mellow Siamese mix and hyper-aggresive alpha female calico (frightens beagles and other small dogs).
post #324 of 577
I've never had one, but one of my housemates has an indoor cat. I don't mind him for the most part, but it can be a pain having to watch the door anytime you walk in our out in case he's plotting to make an escape. Also, when he decides to wander into my room that's ok, sometimes I'll even let him get comfortable on my rug or bed, but once he starts stretching his claws I'm throwing him out and closing the door.
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She's supposed to be a persian. But her fur seems to be stuck at this length. Whats up with that. Should I be rubbing her w/ some Rogaine?
post #326 of 577
I used to hate cats, but I bonded an old girlfriend's orange tabby and have been a cat person ever since then. I can relate to cats, actually. They're clean and independent. They always seem to know their place in the world and approach their relationships honestly and without shame or apology. They are quiet, thoughtful, and cagey, but quick to action when action is necessary. I admire all of those traits, both in people and animals. The blind obedience and constant emotional and physical neediness of dogs kind of turns me off.
post #327 of 577
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"He hissed at me yesterday. I tried to explain to him but he doesn't understand concepts such as international travel and work. He certainly doesn't understand the concept of a bikini. I am getting him a pet passport which means he can travel around as much as he likes. Unfortunately, they don't do photos. I was really looking forward to that." — Russell Brand on his cat, Morrissey.
post #328 of 577
I think cats may be evidence of intelligent design, especially their purr. They're already so cute and perfect, the purr is like a bonus feature (or lagniappe) that the creator put in. And scientists still don't understand how purring works.
post #329 of 577
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post
I think cats may be evidence of intelligent design, especially their purr. They're already so cute and perfect, the purr is like a bonus feature (or lagniappe) that the creator put in. And scientists still don't understand how purring works.

Cats are nature's teddy bears.
post #330 of 577
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post
And scientists still don't understand how purring works.

See.
They sucked you in with the purring. My cats are masters at this.

I didn't understand the purring either. A few weeks ago one of the RubeBabes was home from college and she helped me record Gaborik purring. Then she played it back using some program on her Macintosh.

You wouldn't believe me if I told you what the sound really is. I was surprised, and just a little bit disappointed.
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