Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Chriza, Jan 20, 2013.
That cat will be put to death in a week
You must be a fucking joy to live with.
My cats think so. I am the keeper of catnip and lasers
No more cats for me, until they take care of the coyote problem around these parts. Too sad.
Or... you know... Keep them as indoor cats?
I clearly am incapable of that. I also - truth be told - don't think it's nice to keep a cat inside. They are outdoor animals by nature.
Despite my opinion, with 2 young boys and 2 irresponsible men and a dog, I have been proven to be incapable of watching them like a hawk, to stop them from sneaking outside.
Then they get eaten.
No more cats for me. Until the town opens up a boundary for shooting the coyotes taking out our pets.
:shrug: I've had two cats in my lifetime when I lived at home with my brother, parents, and dog. Both of them were indoor cats and only once did one go outside and she stood by the door meowing to come in after a minute and never went out again.
I mean I understand where you are coming from, but cats don't know what they are if you keep them a certain way.
its the coyote's fault not hers, dont you get it by now?
I do. I get it by now
I swear to god and all things good, I tried. My cat came home for 8 years. I HAD THAT CAT FOR 8 YEARS, GODDAMNIT. Then, he didn't. My daughter's cat was gone the first day he got out.
I dislike you.
Got any cats you need disposed of? Fedex them over.
We went through a run of a good dozen or so cats when our daughter was young. Some very creative methods of execution were involved
This intrigues me. Care to divulge?
Well we were in the middle of the run and very aware of the carnage we were inflicting on the feline world. We went to get some fast food and on the way back we heard (and felt) this grinding, flam-bam-crunch-brrrrrrrr. I looked in the rear view mirror and there went kitty in a thousand pieces. It was cold out and evidently the warm engine was the perfect place to take a nap
A hundred girls just cried, reading that. Me? I rather though - "serves you right, idiot".
Before I bought a house here, I rented a farm property for a while. The cats were not controlled, and they used to attack us when we walked from my vehicle to the front door with groceries.
I shoveled up 3 of them, that froze to death in the backyard. This is what happens when you do not control your feline population. Is it sadder to have me kick them away from my grocery bags, shovel them up off of the lawn - or find and drown them when they are newborn?
It sounds like you have pet coyotes that you feed cats.
They stay away from my dog. It was a fair trade.
We were TRYING to keep them alive as pets, just not successfully
Another one was a spot in the street for a few weeks. She got run over so much we didn't recognize her
fuck ME but I am a bad, bad bad bad person
I just laughed out loud when I read that.