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    Quote Originally Posted by pisteoff View Post
    I like how Jer has a map in that one pic... Montana perhaps?
    Good eye.

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    My cat, Seuss, decided to hang out in a suitcase that was on the floor this morning. Cats are hilarious.


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    Bones does not like being disturbed.


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    4matic, cool looking cat. What is it? Something like an Ocicat?
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    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2ski View Post
    4matic, cool looking cat. What is it? Something like an Ocicat?
    Thanks. Pure bred Bengal. He is more wild than tame. Blood stained carpet this morning; at lease he eats what he kills.

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    Good kitty.

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    Some of these are pretty hilarious.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/animals/awkw...ping-positions

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    i can't believe you all call those cats, MY cat is soooooo much better than yours!!!!

    plus my cat fetches


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    ^holy shit! yer cat is awesome.
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    This morning, our 12 lb tabby cat stalked, chased, attacked and humbled the 80 lb husky/lab we are dog-sitting. For the second time. Pretty impressive, considering the dog is a dominant bitch.

    No pics but it went down in a similar fashion to this, without the French-language hysterics:

    "... Enjoy yourselves, keep your brain in your head and your head firmly attached to your body, the body active and alive, and I promise you this much: I promise you this one sweet victory over our enemies, over those deskbound people with their hearts in a safe deposit box and their eyes hypnotized by desk calculators. I promise you this: you will outlive the bastards." – Edward Abbey

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    No pics but this is hilarious.We have 2 cats and a dog. One cat and the dog sleep on the bed with us and the other cat sleeps in a basket on top of the fridge. The cat on the fridge hates the dog and the other cat and keeps her distance. 2 nights ago i wake up at 3am to take a leak. No need for lights as its an easy familiar walk. While whizzing cat rubs up against my legs and I pet the little guy. I get back in bed and realize cat 1 and the dog are still in bed. The other cat is normally anti social so I get up and take a walk downstairs and see cat 2 sleeping in basket. I figure cat 2 walked into bathroom said hi and went right back to sleep in basket. I go back to sleep. Wake up, feed furkids and go skiing. Last night the Furkids are acting strange but settle down and go to sleep as normal. Ski today get home and feed the furkids. Hour later I open the door to let the dog out and a cat runs out the door between my legs. The dog has no interest in going out and walks back to kitchen. Not unusual. I walk into the kitchen and BOTH cats and the dog are sitting on the kitchen floor. WTF!!! We had a freeloading stray cat chilling in our house for who knows how long. In hindsite the signs were all there. Food dishes were cleaned out, kitty litter over loaded , my cats acting spooky for a couple of days. Nice looking cat, I wonder where he went?

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    Kitty Stoke bump. Been kicking around the idea of getting another cat. My wife hates the idea so I am pretty sure I know how this is going to turn out. Then again, I hate pickled herring but that doesnt stop her from bringing it into the house. I asked my daughter what she would name the cat and she said "Poogerhein." I like it.

    Keep posting your Poogerheins.

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    Siggy, lost him in the divorce, missed.



    Charchar



    Littlkitty




    Frankie


    and with a feral kitten on the tub


    good old Toby RIP buddy



    and sum of the condo kitties, they would kamp in my kayak last wintah

    watch out for snakes

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    Jemma was a shelter cat. She had been a resident for two years, after being taken out of a hoarder house. Understandably, it took her a little while to adjust to her new home.
    The first three days looked like this:



    Then on day four, this happened.



    She's much happier now.



    Jbenjamin was also a shelter cat. He was found on a dirt road, and ended up crawling into the duct work of a house. He made it all the way downstream to the furnace when it kicked on, resulting in some horrific burns to his paws and stomach. He has a bunch of fused pads, and he's missing a toe, but otherwise he's a happy kitty.



    We thought Jemma would be a good mom for him, but it turns out he likes his Momma Jakey better.





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    Sorry for the loss man, that's a bummer. I got a black guy named Frankie too (Frank Black, actually)! He's the best!

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    24° 06°

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    Bratwurst waiting for the birdies

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    Skylight Bratwurst

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    Interesting Bump
    Ninja, our tuxedo rescue (see post 54) went to the big litter box in the sky in 2012. Very similar behavior to Caucasian Asian's tuxedo
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    Squeak is our new four-legged kid. We are her third home. When just off the teat, she was thrown in with two mature cats, two yapper dogs and no supervision. She clawed some furniture. Her humans declawed all four feet. She expressed her opinion on that by repeatedly peeing in the human's shoes. After a three month stint in the shelter, she went home with an elderly lady who burned her house down two months later. Back to the shelter then home with us.

    Here she is saying "Hi Sailor"
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    Ms TBS has her trained to cry incessantly at 0600 until someone puts crushed ice in her water dish
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Ms TBS has her trained to cry incessantly at 0600
    We refer to that as "Ben o'clock"
    It doesn't matter if you're a king or a little street sweeper...
    ...sooner or later you'll dance with the reaper
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    Kaz is my co-pilot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caucasian Asian View Post
    We refer to that as "Ben o'clock"
    Yeah, mine want to go out at 3am. They let me know by walking on my pillow/head and if that doesn't work they try to knock over the bedside lamp. When they want back in they jump on the metal roof. *BOING*BOING*BOING*

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    Cats vs. cucumbers

    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Cats vs. cucumbers

    Hmmmmm, interesting. Wonder what is so scary about cucumbers. Obviously the Bell peppers aren't causing any alarm. May have to pick one up today at the supermarket to conduct my own experiments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    May have to pick one up today at the supermarket to conduct my own experiments.
    Ok, you degenerates. Leave this one alone. Nothing to see.

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