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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Quote Originally Posted by tombastep View Post
    That is one cat. The fact that the "bark" sound slowly transformed into a meow says to me that maybe the cat was just having trouble with its "voice."
    Haha...FAIL. The cat didn't start meowing until it saw it's owner. And the only reason it started meowing "slowly" was to try to fool him/her into thinking it "was just having trouble with its voice." As that was the only option it had after being caught red-pawed.


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    To the OP, what a mean spirited thread. What compelled you to try and 'rouse up bad feelings about cats. Bet you've kicked a few in your day, haven't you?

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Quote Originally Posted by tombastep View Post
    Yes, I am sure the cat felt guilty because its owner caught him/her barking so he/she decided to start meowing at that point. Got it.
    Butt it has nothing to do with guilt. As I said, they want dogs to get the blame for the racket, and this cat was caught in the act trying to frame a dog.


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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Quote Originally Posted by tombastep View Post
    Yep. Did the Cops come and arrest the Cat for fraud and defamation of character?
    Dunno...you'll have to ask the cat.


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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    I am more of a bird person (penguins especially). But I like cats as much as I love dogs. Dogs are a bit more expensive to take care of in my own personal experience. My parents spent quite a lot to maintain/take care of my 2 German Shepherds. (So sad them one of them passed last year due to sickness On the other hand my cat friends hardly spent much on their pets. Especially the toilet trained cats.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    I love my cat. He adopted me 16 years ago and has been a loyal companion ever since. He sleeps with me, sits next to my keyboard when I'm at my desk (he's here right now), follows me around like a puppy and keeps a close watch on me. Whenever I come home he runs to greet me. He gets along well with my dog... they're buddies. They'll eat and play together.

    Cats are wonderful companion animals. I couldn't imagine my life without one around.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    I love my 2 kitties, brothers from the same litter. One is a pussy and the other is an 18lb alpha beast. The pussy prefers me and the alpha beast is actually somewhat protective of my partner. He follows him to bed at night, sleeps at the foot of his bed when he is not prowling around the house, watches him go to sleep and then once thats accomplished he will roam.

    Each cat has their own personality. Both are very pretty, intelligent, and communicative. I think the deal is you have to learn to communicate with them, speak "cat". They let you know when something is wrong, and they let you know when they need something. Also they are both pretty independent, you can leave for a weekend and go out of town, as long as they have plenty of food, water, and fresh litter, they should be fine. They might be a little pissed when you return, but they get over it.

    Ive noticed both cats seem to sleep a good portion of the time. Ill admit it seems they are lazy and sleeping their life away, but who couldnt use more sleep? I do try to keep them active by playing with them (laser pointers make good fun, so do toys which stimulate their natural reflexes) and occasionally give them catnip.

    I love dogs but there really is no way i could leave a dog inside the house while im away at work. Also i would never want to leave a dog outside when its freezing out or if its 110 degrees, we have ridiculous weather swings here where we live.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    What's not great about a cat that enjoys a bath...



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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    It's still good to give a balanced picture regardless. Both animals had their purpose for early civilizations and both were vital. And this thread isn't designated on topic... hah!
    True.

    This also explains why dogs train faster than cats under human command. Dogs were domesticated to perform a multitude of tasks of people, so they have evolved to learn fast. But on their own, they don't learn as much.

    Cats are the opposite. They were domesticated for something they already knew how to do. So they don't really care to learn from people, though cats can be trained with extensive training.

    Left to their own devices cats often learn much faster than dogs do. This is why you can find cats perform odd tasks without ever being taught to do them. This includes opening doors, using the toilet like a person, flushing the toilet, opening/closing a faucet, etc.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Dog um betta.... ugg!

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scealle View Post
    I am more of a bird person
    We finally have it-- the way to end every cat vs. dog person debate.

    Kill the bird person.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    This cat traveled 200 miles to find his home.

    Nobody knows how it happened: an indoor housecat who got lost on a family excursion managing, after two months and about 200 miles, to return to her hometown.

    Even scientists are baffled by how Holly, a 4-year-old tortoiseshell who in early November became separated from Jacob and Bonnie Richter at an R.V. rally in Daytona Beach, Fla., appeared on New Year’s Eve — staggering, weak and emaciated — in a backyard about a mile from the Richters’ house in West Palm Beach.

    “Are you sure it’s the same cat?” wondered John Bradshaw, director of the University of Bristol’s Anthrozoology Institute. In other cases, he has suspected, “the cats are just strays, and the people have got kind of a mental justification for expecting it to be the same cat.”

    But Holly not only had distinctive black-and-brown harlequin patterns on her fur, but also an implanted microchip to identify her.
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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    Um somewhat true about dogs. Dogs are trained for hunting. But wild dogs are natural born hunters. They are smart animals on their own... especially these clever African wild dogs. Dogs have as much instinct as cats.





    Not necessarily true either. But I'll agree to disagree.
    Except hunting for dogs and cats is instinct driven so it doesn't have anything to do with intelligence. To say dogs are trained to hunt makes little sense. This implies that dogs didn't know how to hunt before they were domesticated. This is obviously false, because they would not have survived if they didn't know how to hunt.

    Dogs are trained to hunt for & with people, which is true. But this again goes back to dogs being better at picking up commands from people, because they were domesticated to perform services they didn't usually perform. This includes herding sheep, helping disabled people, sniffing out drugs, etc.

    Try going on a hunt with a feral dog, it wont work. But it will still chase around squirrels. They know how to hunt. They have to. But the feral dog will not understand anything we expect pet dogs to understand, such as commands to sit, stay, etc. It needs to be taught these.

    The household cat's ancestor, the african wild cat, also is an accomplished hunter. But this has nothing to do with intelligence. It's instinct driven. If the ancestors of domesticated dogs and cats didn't know how to hunt, the wild population would have died out long ago.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Cats and dogs each keep food costs down in Asian restaurants.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    ^It's bred for the trait, selective breeding with desirable traits. It's the same way you get all the different breeds of dogs, looks & size wise. Genetically they are the same species. The expressions of genes (phenotype) differs.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    To sum it up:

    What's so great about cats?
    Absolutely nothing -_-
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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    My current cat is one of the coolest cats I've ever had, and one of the smartest.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Respect, bitches.



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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Quote Originally Posted by GiancarloC View Post
    My point still stands, however, about the intelligence aspect.
    That's fine. I'll also agree to disagree =)

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    They are evolving...

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    Because it employs dancers, and dancers are sooooo hot, and when it came to town, I got to have crazy hot sex with one of them. He must have been the most muscular guy I've ever bedded. I've never watched the show, but I'll always be grateful to T.S. Eliot and Andrew Lloyd Weber

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    I don't know much about cats. I've been allergic to them since childhood, so I won't judge them or the people that like them.

    I will say that those who think dog-people are controlling or dominating are incorrect.

    Dogs and people have fun together. Sometimes, that involves persuasion. I avoid negative reinforcement myself, but it's a human habit when working with animals.

    I think it's far more correct to characterize our relationship with dogs as a partnership. We work together. Dogs are not merely our tools.
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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    My ex is terrified of my Mum's cat but doesn't dare admit it. He cringes every time I take it near him.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Last edited by Benjoe; January 25th, 2013 at 02:03 PM.

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    The only Cat I will ever Kiss is Pussy but this pic is Awe-worthy..




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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Nothing! Cats suck.

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Cats attack also.

    Warning to tourists in France after attack by feral cats


    About six cats pounced on the unnamed dog owner as she walked her poodle in the city of Belfort, in the popular Franche-Comte region, on the Swiss border, dragging her to the ground and mauling her.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...eral-cats.html

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    Thanks for the thread revival - it reminds me that a lot of pet owners think their shit doesn't stink.
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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    Ahhh, some people are cat people, and some are dog people. I used to consider myself neither, expect that I've ended up with both (one dog, two cats), and I like them all, but for different reasons. I quite admire the individuality of cats, just as I like the sheer loving of the dog. If you don't like cats, or dogs, or ferrets, or Republicans, don't own one!

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    Re: What's so great about cats?

    The Irony of the OP's statement is particularly delicious given the 'I Hate My Dog' thread of the last few days.....


    I think the only advantage of having a cat over a dog is that they're less of a commitment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    The Irony of the OP's statement is particularly delicious given the 'I Hate My Dog' thread of the last few days.....
    That did come to mind.

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