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    Cucking Fat.

    Had a night of very disturbed sleep last night. About every twenty minutes or so, our moggy would return from a little forray and drop huge live cockroaches onto the bed so that we could have some fun playing with them to. Just in case we didn't wake up to play, the moggy would leap on my legs and playfully scratch and/or bite me, then retire a few feet to sit and watch the entertainment. Live in an open plan Thai style place, so no doors to lock the bastard out. Any suggestions to help prevent the imminent crucifixion of a cat?

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    hessian bag + cinder block+ cat...klong

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    Cat apult



    Or buy a house with walls and doors.

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    Kill the roaches!!

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    Cockroach spray...

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Any suggestions to help prevent the imminent crucifixion of a cat?
    Jeeze dude. Your cat is doing his bit, pointing out that your apartment is infested with cockroaches, and you wanna do something nasty to the cat???

    Cockroach traps. Pronto.

    And by the way eeuck on the roach infestation.

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    Around here in a forested part of Ubon, we've even got damn cockroaches that can give you a nasty bite. As I found out- even drew a bit of blood.

    As if the scorpions, red ants and wasps (been stung by one of them too) weren't enough.

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    Forgot to mention the roaches come from the outside (back of the house) open bit, and very rarely venture inside, unless invited by the gaping jaws of the moggy. Last night was 'roach night, but he does bring in an interesting variety of wildlife to share. Woke up one morning to discover a flattened mouse under the left buttock.



    Quote Originally Posted by melvbot
    Cat apult
    I love the cat to bits, he's travelled Thailand with us, so wouldn't harm him really. . But i'll bare this suggestion in mind to send him on his way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thai Pom View Post
    Kill the roaches!!
    Cats do like it clean. Just showing you that you have bug problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thai Pom
    Kill the roaches!!
    I sweep them out of the front door, and if they land upside down i flip them over the right way up so they can scurry off.

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    My Nan once had a cat that had a thing about stones.

    It would go out and find a stone to it's liking, bring it back and then sit at the back door moewing constantly until somebody came along to collect the stone. Stupid cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    but he does bring in an interesting variety of wildlife to share.
    Just hope he's not too keen on catching snakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonraker
    It would go out and find a stone to it's liking
    Lucky bastard. I had to go all the way to Leeds to see the Stones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    so no doors to lock the bastard out.
    get some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Woke up one morning to discover a flattened mouse under the left buttock.
    Eeeeuuurrrggh!

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    get a dog, a big one. no more cockroach problems...

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    Have to appreciate felines. Connected different.

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    Cats usually bring home their catch to show appreciation, do yourself a favor and feed the cat up on fish, tuna whatever before you go to bed this will make it sleepy or lazy, sure you can't take the hunting instinct out of a cat but you can slow it down. If its a male cat, get it de-sexed, this will make him very lazy and he will loose most of the need to hunt.

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    Not true!!

    I de sexed mine and feed him lots and he still brings in dead things. Even brought in a lizard in the middle of the winter. God knows where he found that.

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    SO. My ol lady's cat brings in this blue belly lizard, common animal you see 'em all the time. She's got her feet up on the couch, screamin Frankie! FRANKIE!! I wake up. It's about noon or so, was sleepin good too. I gotta pick up this lizard and throw him outside.

    I like blue belly lizards dunno why, just do. So I picks him up and carrys him outside and drops him in the middle of the front yard. I stand over him for about 2 minutes waitin to see if he can run off. He does.

    I look up the street. I look down the street. People are out on ther lawns, kids playin in the street. I can stilll remember the ice cream truck playing some silly tune idling along at 2 MPH.

    It was about this time I remembered I don't wear nothin when I sleep...
    When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty -- T. Jefferson


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    ^ Well hung...

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    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie
    Just hope he's not too keen on catching snakes.
    He is, but hasn't brought one inside yet.

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    Also been known to come off worse.

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