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post #346 of 577
<Family cat, not mine persay, but I'm the one who dotes on her. That pic is actually a few years old, though she looks much the same these days, apart from the expression. She's gotten much more obvious with her glares. I describe her as the equivalent of the little old lady who keeps an automatic rifle by the door. She's a small cat in the first place, generally shy, but when she wants to hurt you she does not hesitate, and she is skilled at it. Last time she went to the vet, she managed to get both the vet and her assistant. The vet made a specific note of how good she was with her claws and how sharp she kept them. I couldn't help but feel proud.
post #347 of 577
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Haha, no, knowing the size of the bed does not help at all in judging the size in that photo, but I believe you that he's a big cat. Are you able to pick him up?

I can pick him up but it's important to keep your back straight and life with your legs.
post #348 of 577
Curious to hear from people who have had their cats die from old age (or at least they appeared to live a long life). How old were they exactly when they passed away? The life expectancy for cats is a very vague issue when I researched it online. My current cat (which I adore) is 13. He has an eye issue in one eye that I treat nightly with drops. Been doing so for over a year and it appears under control. He also limps at times because of a foot injury about 3 years ago. Despite those issues he's in good spirits and I really hate to think of the day that I have to say goodbye to him.

Cats are awesome IMO.
post #349 of 577
Upper teens is generally what you hear, though I've known a few around 20. My mother's cat growing up lived to 22 IIRC, and the cat our family had when I was a little kid died from old age/ tumor complications at 17. Our current cat is 14. Getting up there, and still killing wildlife on a regular basis.
post #350 of 577
i finally have a cat! he is 6 months old.
post #351 of 577
The daily journals of a dog and cat...

Dog
7:00 am - time to get up and go outside! My favorite thing!
8:00am - getting fed by my owner, this might be my favorite thing!
10:00am - mid morning nap, this is definitely my favorite thing!
1:00pm - one of my owners came home from work early, my favorite!
8:00pm - laying in bed watching TV with my owners, this is REALLY my favorite thing!

Cat
7:00am - day number 956 of my captivity, still under the thumb of humans. Watched my idiot owner burn himself on the iron this morning...
post #352 of 577
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I very recently had the chance to have a sure thing with an attractive girl. I turned it down when I found out she owns 4 cats.

The only thing that says weird, needy psycho woman, more than having a cat, is owning 4.

4 cats is definitely f'n weird. I'm always skeptical of any chick w/ a cat.... and guys w/ cats seems weird as well.... that being said, my buddy in college had a cat "Sage" and I have to say she was the coolest, most chill animal I have ever known. I really liked that cat... so go figure.
post #353 of 577
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Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight View Post
The only thing that says weird, needy psycho woman, more than having a cat, is owning 4.

What does it say about the Rube, who owns two cats...
post #354 of 577
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post
What does it say about the Rube, who owns two cats...
Bait
post #355 of 577
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Originally Posted by blairh View Post
Curious to hear from people who have had their cats die from old age (or at least they appeared to live a long life). How old were they exactly when they passed away? The life expectancy for cats is a very vague issue when I researched it online. My current cat (which I adore) is 13. He has an eye issue in one eye that I treat nightly with drops. Been doing so for over a year and it appears under control. He also limps at times because of a foot injury about 3 years ago. Despite those issues he's in good spirits and I really hate to think of the day that I have to say goodbye to him. Cats are awesome IMO.
Mine lived to be 18. She didn't die in some long ass drawn out year long thing, either, thank god. She had some minor health issues and then a month later died. Although her last three days were spent laying on the living room floor, breathing and meowing but unable to move. IT was terribly sad.
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The daily journals of a dog and cat... Dog 7:00 am - time to get up and go outside! My favorite thing! 8:00am - getting fed by my owner, this might be my favorite thing! 10:00am - mid morning nap, this is definitely my favorite thing! 1:00pm - one of my owners came home from work early, my favorite! 8:00pm - laying in bed watching TV with my owners, this is REALLY my favorite thing! Cat 7:00am - day number 956 of my captivity, still under the thumb of humans. Watched my idiot owner burn himself on the iron this morning...
This shows why dogs and cats are both awesome, respectively.
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What does it say about the Rube, who owns two cats...
SExy man meat, obv.
post #356 of 577
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
Bait

One of my cats took a chunk out of one chick's nipple a couple months ago.
We were lying in bed enjoying the afterglow and Gaborik jumped up to see what was going on, obviously worked into a frenzy by the sechsing smells.

He was going crazy on this woman's bewbs and I was just about to warn her that he bites when he gets excited.

Oops.
Too late.


I was pretty much done with that "relationship" anyway.
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post
One of my cats took a chunk out of one chick's nipple a couple months ago. We were lying in bed enjoying the afterglow and Gaborik jumped up to see what was going on, obviously worked into a frenzy by the sechsing smells. He was going crazy on this woman's bewbs and I was just about to warn her that he bites when he gets excited. Oops. Too late. I was pretty much done with that "relationship" anyway.
That's one way to clear them out. Beats the guy I once knew who would let his dog clean him off after sex. Yes, in that way. I know, I had the same reaction.
post #358 of 577
I have a 7 month old purebred Bengal named Dexter
post #359 of 577
Mine has become increasingly good at catching the lizards that run all over south Florida. He insists on bringing them inside if we leave the door cracked for him. Luckily, they never make it out of the area right inside the door, as they are too terrified to move after he lets them out of his mouth. Most of them loose their tail, I'm assuming his claws probably tear it off, but they grow back as most of the lizards survive, I don't think he associates them with food (he does like to eat moths). I've also become increasingly good at getting them back outside.
post #360 of 577
Dunno if its been mentioned yet but nobody owns a cat.
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