Cat, dog or...?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by RJman, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. King Salmon

    King Salmon Senior member

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    Cats are fun to cuddle with. Dogs are more willing to cuddle but they're stinky.
     


  2. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Cats, without question.

    Call me cruel, but I think animals should live outside.
     


  3. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    I hate cats;

    If I wanted something to feed and buy stuff for that didn't really need me, merely tolerated my presence... I'd get a girlfriend.

    I also am not too fond of birds.

    I love dogs, fish, and some reptiles.
     


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  5. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    OTHER.
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    Must be tough to keep indoors. Looks to be worse than termites.
     


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    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    The terrifying and deadly chinchilla!
     


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    I used to have an iguana named Basil. It's growth got stunted when it got sick and so never got to the gigantic stages where they become quite ugly. He was maybe 10 inches from nose to tip of the tail, half of that tail. He had dropped his tail once when we were trying to take him out of his terrarium, and it grew back black. His head had blue tinges to it and his body bright green. All in all quite the cute animal especially because before my brother got him I had no interest in animals of this kinds at all. We were able to litter box train him and let me tell you. You think dogs are chick magnets? We were at the beach once and one of my friends did not believe that Basil was a chick magnet. We put Basil's leash on and told him to take him for a walk. He literally did not get more than ten feet from our blanket before he was surrounded by 5 girls, and then more came after. Too bad he got eaten by a bird. (The lizard, not my friend)

    Stephen
     


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    I used to have an iguana named Basil. It's growth got stunted when it got sick and so never got to the gigantic stages where they become quite ugly. He was maybe 10 inches from nose to tip of the tail, half of that tail. He had dropped his tail once when we were trying to take him out of his terrarium, and it grew back black. His head had blue tinges to it and his body bright green. All in all quite the cute animal especially because before my brother got him I had no interest in animals of this kinds at all. We were able to litter box train him and let me tell you. You think dogs are chick magnets? We were at the beach once and one of my friends did not believe that Basil was a chick magnet. We put Basil's leash on and told him to take him for a walk. He literally did not get more than ten feet from our blanket before he was surrounded by 5 girls, and then more came after. Too bad he got eaten by a bird. (The lizard, not my friend)

    Stephen

    [​IMG] Hilarious.
     


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  10. King Salmon

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    Must have been quite the bird.
    Yeah, sounds like some gigantic bird like an eagle or condor! Those guys have terrorized my kind for generations.
     


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  12. faustian bargain

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    best to have a pet higher on the food chain...maybe a lion, or something. alternatively, keep your pets away from the aggressive predators.
     


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    I am currently trying to get one of these moved from China to India with me. I think it's the most stressful and difficult thing about my move so far ...
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    But it'll be worth it when I have a companion with me in a strange place!

    -Sara
     


  14. medtech_expat

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    I've got a bulldog and a cat. I'm definitely a dog person, but several years ago with my ex we picked up a stray cat in Corsica. I got to keep the kids.

    With my pending move to Sydney, I've found that the Australian pet importation regulations are the strictest I've ever come across. Even with both of them up-to-date on all vaccinations, there's a quarantine period of "at least 30 days." I'm not willing to put either of them in quarantine for a day, much less for at least a month. Unfortunately, the only alternative is to leave them both in California. [​IMG]

    Dunno how I'm going to sort this out.
     


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    Darn condors

    Hey! That's our national bird!

    Jon.
     


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