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Darn it... Was hoping it wasn't just me. 

Or your friendly neighborhood ISP throttling YT and the like.
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post #345 of 516

Guard cat?

post #346 of 516
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Originally Posted by MS256 View Post
 

Guard cat?

Execute that dog immediately. No questions, no debates, no remorse. Kill it.

post #347 of 516
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Execute that dog immediately. No questions, no debates, no remorse. Kill it.

 

Pretty much. No need for that violent of a dog to be running around attacking people like that. 

post #348 of 516
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

Execute that dog immediately. No questions, no debates, no remorse. Kill it.

 

The owners already relinquished the dog, and it will be euthanized.

post #349 of 516
I love cats but my cat wouldn't do that and I would think most cats would just stand there. That cat has more empathy and smarts than most.

While the dog is stronger and bigger than the cat, cats have the potential to inflict some serious damage.
post #350 of 516

Damn, score one for cat lovers everywhere. That is one special cat. 

post #351 of 516
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Originally Posted by JetFan1983 View Post
 

Damn, score one for cat lovers everywhere. That is one special cat. 

 

Nah. The cat just wanted to save the kid so he could **** with him for years to come. Damn cats. :-)

 

(I'm joking, of course. You always hope that goes without saying, but it rarely does…)

post #352 of 516
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Originally Posted by JetFan1983 View Post
 

Damn, score one for cat lovers everywhere. That is one special cat. 

 

Nah. The cat just wanted to save the kid so he could **** with him for years to come. Damn cats. :-)

 

(I'm joking, of course. You always hope that goes without saying, but it rarely does…)

 

Hehehe, cats always have ulterior motives. 

post #353 of 516
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Hehehe, cats always have ulterior motives. 

 

That they do. 

 

I remember when my friend brought home his two dogs when they were puppies. Well, the one dog decided to test the waters with his one cat named Stormy. Well this cat is one B**** of a cat. Basically only my friend has rights to pick up the cat, or pet the cat. If someone else is, you are risking your own skin on that one. Well, the dog pissed off the cat, and she took a swipe at his nose. Well the dog high tailed it out of there. Well the dog decided to try to investigate the cat again. The cat lunged at the dog. The cat was on linoleum. So you see this puppy trying to scamper away, and this cat basically sliding across the floor on its two hind legs, both front claws extended trying to strike at the dog. One of the funniest things I have ever seen a cat do.   

post #354 of 516
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Nah. The cat just wanted to save the kid so he could **** with him for years to come. Damn cats. :-)

 

Went away, left cat alone for about week, had people looking in on him twice a day, on return, he peed in the living room, never did that before. Grrrrr... Sitting down in the living room, opening up the laptop, sniff, sniff, what the hell is that smell?

post #355 of 516
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

That they do. 

 

I remember when my friend brought home his two dogs when they were puppies. Well, the one dog decided to test the waters with his one cat named Stormy. Well this cat is one B**** of a cat. Basically only my friend has rights to pick up the cat, or pet the cat. If someone else is, you are risking your own skin on that one. Well, the dog pissed off the cat, and she took a swipe at his nose. Well the dog high tailed it out of there. Well the dog decided to try to investigate the cat again. The cat lunged at the dog. The cat was on linoleum. So you see this puppy trying to scamper away, and this cat basically sliding across the floor on its two hind legs, both front claws extended trying to strike at the dog. One of the funniest things I have ever seen a cat do.   


My son's cat will pick a fight with any dog anytime he gets a chance.

 

I doubt if the cat remembers but when it was only a few days old a dog came up with the kitten in his mouth. My son's wife's cousin got the kitten out of the dog's mouth and thought it was dead. She saw it was breathing so my son took it home and bottle fed it.

 

Seems like a fairly normal cat now but it still seems to hold a Hell of a grudge against dogs.

post #356 of 516

Since the other video was pulled (because it was off of a news broadcast I suppose) here's the owner's version. Just so anybody reading the thread will know what we were talking about.

post #357 of 516

The Ross Sisters, from the forties.

 

Seriously, stick with this. It starts out kind of benign, but then it gets crazy. The thing with the apple is worth the wait.

 

post #358 of 516
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Originally Posted by phan52 View Post

The Ross Sisters, from the forties.

Seriously, stick with this. It starts out kind of benign, but then it gets crazy. The thing with the apple is worth the wait.


Amazingly pure talent. Strength, balance, flexibility, and innocence that you don't see much of today. Thanks!
post #359 of 516

Tip: If you can't catch the ball don't try unless you want to be publicly humiliated.

post #360 of 516

How golfers play catch. You're gonna wanna fullscreen this video.

 

 

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