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Taking baby to find a kitty.

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exactly why I'm a dog person



-nerd
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Yeah, you never see a vicious dog. It's just not in their nature. Haha
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And to respect the equal time rules

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GWPOPSXGYI&NR
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I wasn't suggesting a cat as a rescue animal. What's up with watching TV by candlelight anyway? My friend burned up his apartment the same way. Cats and candles, not a good mix.
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Cats and candles, not a good mix.
And silk flowers, even worse.

SMJ, I reckon there's a fair chance that ginger cat was beaten at some point.
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I guarantee you that MY golden retriever/German shepherd mix would not return to rescue my cats. The cats rule the house and he knows it. On the other hand, my tabby is a dog wannabe and very entertaining "accent cat." (He fits all the earth tones in the house). LewBob
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I feel for the cat from hell. He's obviously been very abused.
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I feel for the cat from hell. He's obviously been very abused.
Or rabid. That is one sad, scared creature. You right on Bonni. LewBob
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D'ya notice the ears?

Which kinda makes you wonder what the shelter worker might have been thinking, both to stick the camera in the cage and to bring the kid to -that- cat?
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A cat that abused and that old (it looks older than a couple of years to me by the teeth and size) will probably never be able to trust again.

Ears? What ears? I can imagine all sorts of ways a cat can lose their ears. One of my ex in-laws had a cat called NoEars because they froze one winter and fell off.

A cat I rescued from the neighbors abusive children (one child held the front legs and the other the back legs and they would swing him!!!!) had no whiskers and healed scissor clip marks on his ears where they snipped at him. 'Otto' came across the street to me when they locked him out while they went on a 2 week vacation. I fed him, took him to the vet, and when they came home and wanted him back, I said NO. : They didn't protest too much, and they went out and got a dog that I felt sorry for.

I kept Otto for years, and he had a happy home.
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What we don't see is the kid. Perhaps I would do the same with certain kids. No. I have done the same with certain kids.
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It's possessed.
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