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    Quote Originally Posted by malcy View Post
    I can't believe all the moron dog owners spouting their usual mantra ie " no such thing as a bad dog just bad owners " wtf ? I have had dogs in the past and loved them , but if they were ever involved in an unprovoked attack on a kid or any person actually then I'm sorry it's curtains fido . This effing thing needs stringing up with piano wire vicious kunt !
    Sell it to the local dog butcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbcbuilder
    According to my cat - it is not the killing - it is the hunt that he likes. He often shows me his prey before he eats it.
    Careful now -he's just showing you what he can do. Take it as a warning....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sbcbuilder
    According to my cat - it is not the killing - it is the hunt that he likes. He often shows me his prey before he eats it.
    Careful now -he's just showing you what he can do. Take it as a warning....
    Was thinking the same


    I loved a cat then she killed me. Cat=female.

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    is there a game room to easily get posts up to 100?

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    In fact there is..

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    where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farangrakthai View Post
    where?
    Never used it, know it's there, scan the forums and subforums..

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    Gosh, 4 posts in five years. That must be a record. I don't think he'll find the Games threads in the very near future so you are all OK!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaBorn View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    i think it smelt my skirt which smelt of my cats thousands of miles away and felt protected or something.
    Patsy this is a disturbing revelation, do you ever wash your clothes??
    Of course i wash my clothes. The skirt i was wearing was a mini denim skirt, which i had put into a plastic under the bed storage thing. Don't forget this was March, which is Winter here. I got all my summer stuff out of the boxes, and of course the cats were sitting or sleeping on them.

    My clothes are always washed, ironed and put away per the seasons. By the way, i bought that skirt 15 years ago and still wear it!!

    Back to the cats.

    The next couple of cats i am thinking of getting here, because it has become a law that you have to have two, are two rescue cats who will probably stay inside. I am in touch with the rescue places etc. For when i find a flat.

    It's not because i have changed my mind that cats should be able to roam. It's because of the flats i can rent. To get a flat with outside access is so rare and expensive. To be able to have a cat, i will have to accept indoor ones. Which sort of saddens me, that they will never be able to get to the big outdoors.

    There's netting you put on the balcony.

    To add to that, the expenses of vets bills. Jimmy the cat must have cost me at least 3000 quid in vets bills with his wee accidents over the years. But he was worth it. And supposedly he is in fine fickle at the grand old age of 15, they just had to clean his teeth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    they will never be able to get to the big outdoors.
    You'll find that they adapt very well and won't even know the difference especially if you get a cat that never has. I brought my cats up from kittens and while curious about outdoors the door opens and they run, they have no desire to go outside, it scares them.

    I had a dog I raised outdoors and she was the opposite when I brought her indoors for cold or bad weather she thought she was being punished as she wanted to be outside.

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    I know, i did have a cat who loved to be outdoors "her of the pigeon through the cat flap" and she, on her own, decided to stay indoors. Even with the cat ladder and doors open. She stayed inside.

    I shall see. First, get a good home for them. Then i shall be KGB'd if i am suitable etc. Then i pay 150 francs per cat. That covers the vaccinations, and spaying. All the cats in the rescue places are spayed. Thank god!!

    I just want to give a good home and love to abandoned animals, is that so bad?

    I saw one on their website today, my heart just went for him. But can't do nothing at the moment. A wee ginger tom who is 1 year old left in a box by the bins.

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    Switzerland Farmers Eating Dogs and Cats
    by PEPISMARTDOG on JANUARY 4, 2013
    Switzerland is once again tied to the dog and cat meat trade, as local farmers admit to regularly killing companion animals to cook up for food, according to Swiss newspaper the Tages Anzeiger. Farmers in the Appenzell and St.Gallen areas are not killing because of food shortages or starvation, they just like the flavor. Dog and cat meat is also ’particularly popular in the Rhine Valley.’

    Switzerland’s favorite dog meat to eat: the Rottweiler.

    The meat is cooked under the guise of ‘mostbrocki’ (usually made with marinated beef or ham), but this one’s secretly made with dog or cat and according to a farmer “no-one knows it’s dog or cat when it’s prepared in this fashion.”

    Switzerland Farmers Eating Dogs and Cats by PepiSmartDog

    Sounds like a treat. Ever tried mostbrocki Patsy? Or have you tried it, and didn't know it was *cat*

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    That has been going round for years. As a rumour.

    Hey, farmers eat whatever. And, no i have not eaten mostbrocki. I don't live in the boondies. But the local kebab shop is a bit suss!!

    They also, supposedly, kill cats to make nice fur coats out of the fur. Very popular over the border in Germany. And on my left shoulder is Tiddles, i loved him well.....

    Rhine Valley - in Switzerland it is the Rhone.

    And we can even put you down if you're dying.

    Strange but interesting country to live in. Highest in per capita of Aids victims.

    And there is a silent war between the French part and the German part - called the rostigraben. Google that you will be amazed.

    I love living here, i don't know anything else. So just get on with it, my friends are a mixmatch of all nationalities and we speak numerous languages among ourselves.

    Plus its clean and the busses run on time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    I just want to give a good home and love to abandoned animals, is that so bad?
    It isn't as long as that doesn't translate into saying you adopted a cat/pet and then just give it food and medical care and not keep it from harm or irresponsibly letting it roam the neighborhood to impose on other people while it's still looking like a stray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming Carrot
    Switzerland is once again tied to the dog and cat meat trade, as local farmers admit to regularly killing companion animals to cook up for food,
    wtf...

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    Mmmm, curried Rottweiler!

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    The Chinese will be glad to know they're are some supposedly more sophisticated cultures sharing their culinary delights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    How about stretching the claws on the furniture

    If its a Tom it will certainly be leaving its scent everywhere,spraying up the furniture curtains etc

    Shitting in a litter box conveniently placed in the house( Fucking disgusting ),then half heartedly burying it without getting any shit on its feet.

    Jumping up all over the kitchen worktops ( I never eat at anyone,s house who has a cat )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravesend Dave
    If its a Tom it will certainly be leaving its scent everywhere,spraying up the furniture curtains etc
    unfortunately that isn't limited to Toms.. Fertile females do the same thing to attract a mate when in heat as they are perpetually when they're not pregnant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaBorn View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Gravesend Dave
    If its a Tom it will certainly be leaving its scent everywhere,spraying up the furniture curtains etc
    unfortunately that isn't limited to Toms.. Fertile females do the same thing to attract a mate when in heat as they are perpetually when they're not pregnant.
    Without being disrespectful I think this is why a non cat owner will always notice that nasty aroma when visiting cat owners.

    Suppose cat end up not noticing it.

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    By analogy I would say ALOT. My cat is a mouser, probably from being a stray. When I made him an indoor cat, he killed any mouse he found in the house (that is a good cat!). He would sometimes eat them, but was more inclined to hunt and torment them after he caught them. Very instinctive I guess. Quite skilled hunter. the only thing that slowed in was he is now 18 + years old, hard of sight and arthritis. Every once an a while he goes ripping around the house like a hell cat before he realizes just how old he is.
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    I love cats , but I can't eat a whole one.

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    My wife's cat is 16 years old and can't be arsed to kill a bird much less a mouse.

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