Do you have a cat?

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  1. Kent Wang

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    I'm going to start up a cat ranch stocked with ragdolls and other longhair breeds and harvest their fur for spinning into catmere.
     


  2. RJman

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    You can offer Kent Wang catmere pocket squares!!!!!
     


  3. crazyquik

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    New house, new roomie, new cat.

    This one has a tendency to jump on the piano keys at 2-4 am.
     


  4. rnoldh

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    I don't have time to take pictures now, but I will later.

    I have an old cat up to new tricks.

    Squeaky ( a wonderful 8 year old female ) has started a new "trick".

    She never used to care about when I showered. As you know cats do whatever the hell they want to.

    But for the past few months she always waits outside the bathroom door when I shower. She's a lady and will not come in while I'm in there.

    But as soon as I get out of the bathroom she runs right in and gets in the shower. I guess she likes the steam and relaxation. If I go back in the bathroom she will run right out.

    She's a cat not a wife, I wonder if she knows that? Crazy cats!
     


  5. Dakota rube

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    But as soon as I get out of the bathroom she runs right in and gets in the shower.

    My tomcat does the same thing.
     


  6. crazyquik

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    Woodrow

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  7. saint

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    One suspects that buying a cat is the only way some members of the Forum will ever get pussy. One also suspects that most of the cat owners on the Forum aren't actually interested in pussy. Just an observation, hate away.
     


  8. GQgeek

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    One suspects that buying a cat is the only way some members of the Forum will ever get pussy. One also suspects that most of the cat owners on the Forum aren't actually interested in pussy. Just an observation, hate away.

    Cat people strike me as especially needy individuals.
     


  9. crazyquik

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    Cat people strike me as especially needy individuals.

    Perhaps because cats are especially self-sufficient?

    As opposed to dogs, which are especially needy pets.
     


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    Cat people strike me as especially needy individuals.

    how many do you own?
     


  11. GQgeek

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    how many do you own?

    None! No dogs either. Won't ever own pets. Might or might not have children, but I think dogs are easier to train, are probably more obedient, and cost you less money. Plus, when they get really sick and require an expensive operation you don't feel too bad about just letting them die.
     


  12. oman

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    Plus, when they get really sick and require an expensive operation you don't feel too bad about just letting them die.
    are you kidding me
     


  13. rnoldh

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    None! No dogs either. Won't ever own pets. Might or might not have children, but I think dogs are easier to train, are probably more obedient, and cost you less money. Plus, when they get really sick and require an expensive operation you don't feel too bad about just letting them die.

    OK, instead of pets, why don't you just get married already then. Wives are the same.
     


  14. Xiaogou

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    Cat people strike me as especially needy individuals.

    You have this principle confused with dog-people. Why do you think people like dogs so much? It's because they [dog] are dependent upon a person and the person likes to be needed. A cat could care less. A cat stays with you because s/he wants to not b/c they have to. [​IMG]
     


  15. Xiaogou

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    Perhaps because cats are especially self-sufficient?

    As opposed to dogs, which are especially needy pets.


    Hence my buddies forthcoming book: Dogs are Democrats and Cats are Republicans.
     


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