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    My cat thinks he is a dog so he is kind of a disturbing mutant baby who disturbs the townfolk and they ran us out of the town with pitchforks so if you are reading this please send help to....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle View Post
    I don't mean to be "catty," hahah, but I think those of us who don't like cats should have a place to discuss that, since there's the dog-hater thread.

    Personally I don't hate cats, and I even like some individual cats, but as a species I am not overly fond of them.

    First of all, my dad, brother and I are all highly allergic to them. Secondly, I was ATTACKED by a cat once! Seriously, when I was a kid my friend had this really mean, big black cat that would hide under tables and spy on you, and glare at you menacingly when you walked by. I was always afraid it would leap out and bite me, and one day it DID! Really dug its teeth right into my calf muscle. That hurt, a lot, the bastard.

    Also, they are moody and stand-offish, their litter box is gross and if they pee on the floor the smell NEVER goes away.

    Cat-venting commence!
    I kinda like that cats are bastards. They make me laugh.

    I mean, there are other bastard animals (like the wasp that is trying to sting me right now) but none with quite the same "fuck you and your family" confidence.

    I also really respect how they get revenge by making all the people who hate them allergic. That shit is awesome! *secretly envies*

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    Cat haters? :horor:

    Oh how I love cats. I love the diversity of personality, and the fact that they [rightfully] choose whether they want to sidle up to you or not.

    I remember as a pre-teen I used to take ballet classes from an old insanely quirky woman in her old unkempt house, complete with 5 cats and a more-quirky husband. I loved how each of the five cats was very very different. One was a troublemaker/attention whore, one was mild-mannered and somewhat nondescript, personality wise, one was kind of add-ish but not much into attention from people, one (poor thing) was completely frightened of the other cats and spent her life on the kitchen table away from them, and one was reclusive and scared of people. It was the last one that made me most curious, and over the couple of years that I went there weekly, it was a mini 'mission'/hope of mine that I'd gain his trust one day. I didn't even see him half the time I went there. But I remember the day I was sitting on the floor, changing into pointe shoes, and he drifted by the hallway, and looked at me, and I held my hand out, palm downwards, giving him the opportunity to come see me if he wanted to, and he did. Even let me pet his head. Cats.

    My own cat is a tubbylumpkin, trusting, cuddling, very sweet attention-whore. But she lets me know when she's displeased.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    the wasp that is trying to sting me right now


    Anyway though.

    I like cats more than dogs. Cats know how to chill out more than dogs do. Rather an 8 pound cat walk across my keyboard and go "Hey, whats up" than an 80 pound dog spazzing out and going "LOVE ME LOVE ME LOVE ME AHMAGAD LOVE ME"

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Quit you're animal hatred, I'm gonna come back as a dog-cat hybrid and maul all the haters when I die.
    i wonder what was going through my mind when i posted this.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Cat haters? :horor:

    Oh how I love cats. I love the diversity of personality, and the fact that they [rightfully] choose whether they want to sidle up to you or not.

    I remember as a pre-teen I used to take ballet classes from an old insanely quirky woman in her old unkempt house, complete with 5 cats and a more-quirky husband. I loved how each of the five cats was very very different. One was a troublemaker/attention whore, one was mild-mannered and somewhat nondescript, personality wise, one was kind of add-ish but not much into attention from people, one (poor thing) was completely frightened of the other cats and spent her life on the kitchen table away from them, and one was reclusive and scared of people. It was the last one that made me most curious, and over the couple of years that I went there weekly, it was a mini 'mission'/hope of mine that I'd gain his trust one day. I didn't even see him half the time I went there. But I remember the day I was sitting on the floor, changing into pointe shoes, and he drifted by the hallway, and looked at me, and I held my hand out, palm downwards, giving him the opportunity to come see me if he wanted to, and he did. Even let me pet his head. Cats.

    My own cat is a tubbylumpkin, trusting, cuddling, very sweet attention-whore. But she lets me know when she's displeased.
    Do you know the types? I'm guessing some inxx e5 sp
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    I don't mind cats, I think I look comfortable to cats. I like to point out that cats don't care much for their owners. Owners are interchangeable, location is not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I don't mind cats, I think I look comfortable to cats. I like to point out that cats don't care much for their owners. Owners are interchangeable, location is not.
    Another myth I'm happy to dispel. http://www.messybeast.com/cat-grief.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I don't mind cats, I think I look comfortable to cats. I like to point out that cats don't care much for their owners. Owners are interchangeable, location is not.
    Cats are attached to their territory as they tend to not have the protection of a group, so they feel more secure in familiar territory as such. It is a basic need of theirs to scout territory first for their own safety. And yes..they do not necessarily see the benefit in forming bonds with a group, the way wolves do, though they will tolerate living in groups if the food situation is worth it. But, depending on their personality, they are very much capable of forming intimate bonds with other living beings, to the point where only another fellow cat, or a human they are particularly fond of, can invade their personal space bubble, get groomed and use them as a pillow

    Owners that are in essence only 'food providers' are very much interchangeable however. Changing territories causes significantly more stress, hence why it is usually a better idea to leave your cat at home (unless they were socialised properly to deal with this type of situation situation when young), instead of taking them on holiday with you or putting them in a cattery.
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