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Author "Enzo" - our new Tabby cat
whitter45
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9th Jan 17 at 19:07   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Picked him up from cats Protection. Less than a year old. Now we have the long journey of getting our existing Cat to accept him

He is a bundle of joy

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kz
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9th Jan 17 at 21:49   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Pretty.

I want a kitty.
A.J
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The last picture looks as though he's planning something.
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Oh that's cute! I guess you know all the important pieces of info about settling him down? Play with him as much as you can, plenty of cat toys, cat nip is good to help a new cat adjust by giving some sort of new familiarity to their surroundings.
noshua
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Hate cats
Steve
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Ours

whitter45
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Love that Steve - so cute

We decided against a Kitten as we travel with work alot and Kittens need more time

Great markings on yours Steve
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we got Stanley about 4 years ago now, it took ages for him to settle in, mainly because the cat we already had, Misty is a right grumpy guts, when he just wanted to play she would hiss and run away.. so we spent a lot of time playing with him.. hes all good now tho.. they will sleep on the same bed together, but not very close lol

When we got him
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Cats are ace, loads better than dogs.

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Originally posted by whitter45
Love that Steve - so cute

We decided against a Kitten as we travel with work alot and Kittens need more time

Great markings on yours Steve


Travel is no excuse! Just take them with you.




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Such a gay thread. Men talking about their cats....


I have one called Rooster. Ginger tabby. He's awesome we love him


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noshua
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How are cats better than dogs? Horrible things
Ben G
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quote:
Originally posted by A.J
The last picture looks as though he's planning something.


Cats are always planning by something, usually evil

Lovely cat, Whitter.
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11th Jan 17 at 00:06   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Least he aint white

Enzo
Ben G
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quote:
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How are cats better than dogs? Horrible things


Depends what you want in a pet. I love dogs, but they're very dependent on humans so no use having one if you leave them at home all day whilst there's no one at home.

Cats couldn't care less
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Ive always been a dog lover, ive had a dog in my life since i was born. Since moving out ive not had one, but now ive settled into a new job and i can take the dog to work with me i think its about time i get one... ive always wanted a husky.. so were gunna get one..
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quote:
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How are cats better than dogs? Horrible things


Dogs are about a million percent more maintenance, can't leave them alone for a couple of hours without them getting traumatised (apparently) and they jump all over you every time you walk in the house, covering you with hair and stinking dribble every time.

Cats can be left for days (not that I ever would, RSPCA ) and when we walk in, we get a nice little purr and a stroke and that's about it. The cat doesn't cover us in stinking dog dribble all the time, she'll sit on our lap all night being quiet and well behaved. Oh, and I don't need to take her outside twice a day to walk her.

Cats have got a much deeper personality than dogs do (IMO), dogs just come across as stupid and annoying, and their dribble stinks - did I mention that?

Our cat is also a house cat, so even lower maintenance - don't need to worry about waking up to a spastic sparrow rolling around on the bed.

I could easily turn into a crazy cat person




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noshua
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OK you raise some good points but I'm allergic to cats that's all, plus they use to scare the shit out of me
A.J
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quote:
Originally posted by Kyle T
quote:
Originally posted by noshua
How are cats better than dogs? Horrible things


Dogs are about a million percent more maintenance, can't leave them alone for a couple of hours without them getting traumatised (apparently) and they jump all over you every time you walk in the house, covering you with hair and stinking dribble every time.

Cats can be left for days (not that I ever would, RSPCA ) and when we walk in, we get a nice little purr and a stroke and that's about it. The cat doesn't cover us in stinking dog dribble all the time, she'll sit on our lap all night being quiet and well behaved. Oh, and I don't need to take her outside twice a day to walk her.

Cats have got a much deeper personality than dogs do (IMO), dogs just come across as stupid and annoying, and their dribble stinks - did I mention that?

Our cat is also a house cat, so even lower maintenance - don't need to worry about waking up to a spastic sparrow rolling around on the bed.

I could easily turn into a crazy cat person




When a house cat takes a shit indoors it stinks, way worse than a dog

 
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