Pets, animals

T.C

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Well, my old Kangaroo, Bee, breathed her last breath last Saturday. 18 years is a good innings for a roo. She also had a joey in her pouch which is now in the hands of a carer. I couldn't be fucked with hand rearing another joey, once was enough.
Bugger,
Sorry to hear that Rob.
 

chrisk

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They're not fickle, but they have moods, just the same as people do. Sometimes playful, sometimes cranky. It's what makes living with a cat interesting.
Oh, I have it now.

A male cat is like living with a woman ...... without the fringe benefits.

Negative FB: Our cat can’t use a dishwasher.
Positive FB: I don’t have to pay the cats credit card bills.
 

T.C

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Standard cat choice is a female tabby Chris, anything else and you could be in for a whole different trip. :rolleyes:
 

chrisk

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Standard cat choice is a female tabby Chris, anything else and you could be in for a whole different trip. :rolleyes:
The most thankless fucken animal I have ever encountered Tom. I’ve lived cats before and rather enjoyed their company ..... but this fucker is the sporn of Satan. It may have been badly treated by a male before it went to the refuge...... but not by me.

But oh no, there is no relenting in its attacks on me. I feed it, clean it’s litterbox, let it out, let it in and even pat it until it purrs.... in return the little cunt just hisses, scratches and bites me at random!

Where the fuck is Dr Harry when ya need him?
 
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GregT

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Hororata NZ
Puss wants his mama back!
Puss wants his mama's smell back. You don't smell right to him Chris. Spray a bit of your daughter's perfume around.

We've kept a few neuters over the years. Currently have a young chocolate Burmese here with his sisters.
He's the nicest, softest friendly idiot you could want. We recommend a neuter for a family with young kids
as they will play well with the kids.
 

piranha-bro2

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Had a chocolate Burmese in my Perth days. The most affectionate cat I've ever encountered I reckon. Someone stole her and I am still angry about it 40 years later!
 

T.C

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Nice photo Tom. Cat looks pretty relaxed.
Thats all she does Cam, relax.... thats it, oh and eat.. :ROFLMAO:
The mother Maggie gave her a lecture, in song of coarse about 5 years ago when she was showing benign interest in one of her babies.
Since then Zoe shows no interest.
Was beautiful to watch.
 

piranha-bro2

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My favourite bird species - our maggies used to terrorise our family cat - he'd hide under the camelia bush while they went about their biznis, cos he knew he'd get a little cursory swoop if he played silly buggers. I'd seen him pretending to be the hunter with them and when he lamely 'pounced' they'd take a lazy skip away and Gus would pretend he wasn't actually TRYING to get them and sort of wander off (embarrassment in a cat is hilarious).
 
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