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05-14-2014, 04:29 PM   #8656
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K19...sad story to some, they might have had use for some bacon grease to seal the leaks?
edit: that feline body-slammed that perpetrator K-9

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THAT'S why I'm a cat person and not a dog person.
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THAT'S why I'm a cat person and not a dog person.
My Tabby 'barn-cat' regularly rids my yard of sundry Labrador Retrievers, Great Danes, German Shepherd Dogs, deer, foxes and the like.

Not to mention all forms of rodent.

The only thing he fears is the neighborlady and her squirt bottle.*




*GO HOME! #$% #@%&*# CAT!
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Our tortoiseshell gets on the roof and catches bats. Are bats related to Godzilla?

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I bet this cat is not afraid of hociR or Godzilla and prefers a K9 to a K3.
AMAZING VIDEO: Cat saves boy from dog attack in Southwest Bakersfield - 23ABC News
That is so cool!

QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
THAT'S why I'm a cat person and not a dog person.
I like both.

QuoteOriginally posted by monochrome Quote
My Tabby 'barn-cat' regularly rids my yard of sundry Labrador Retrievers, Great Danes, German Shepherd Dogs, deer, foxes and the like.

Not to mention all forms of rodent.

The only thing he fears is the neighborlady and her squirt bottle.*




*GO HOME! #$% #@%&*# CAT!
I had an all black cat of Siamese extraction once that was very aggressive. She chased every dog in the neighborhood out of my yard. Big dogs. Little dogs. All dogs. There was not a single dog in the neighborhood that dared to come into the yard.

Oh, and she was born to a feral mother in a friend's garage, behind the deep freeze.

On the very day that Mount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980.

I called her my "Volcano Kitty".
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I had a cat that beat up the neighbor's Rottweiler. Of course my cat was a very large cat, weighing in at 25lb. The dog came into my yard, growled at my cat like he was going to attack, so my cat tore into him bad, then chased him from the yard, then sprayed the fencepost at the front corner of the yard.

The dog was known as a cat killer around the neighborhood, so he got what he deserved. The neighbors tried to tell me I needed to pay for the stitches their dog required. I let them know it was in my yard, and went for my cat first. They shut up about it.

It was hilarious that every time that dog would see my cat it would yelp and run in the opposite direction. It knew that pain came from my cat.
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Had a Birman cat years ago that kept most dogs out of the yard, too. Never bothered them as along as they stayed on the sidewalk, but one toe on the grass was enough for a charge. She once defended her offspring from a visiting Malamute (roomie's boyfriend's dog); that dog would never ever come into the house afterward. Unfortunately she's no longer with us, otherwise I might suggest that she rise to Tokyo's defense. I doubt the hociR would be a match for her.
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I think it interesting and relevant that on a (crazy, wacked-out) weblog called FreeRepublic the Moderators are referred to as Troll Kitty's.

Woe be to the Troll who p*&^%$# off a Kitty. ZOT!!
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with 578 pages and counting, I had to post.

I would not care if my camera said "Junk Inc" on it. If it takes great pictures, who cares?

The proof is in the pudding, not the pan you cook it in.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ziscwg Quote
The proof is in the pudding,....................
Or the bacon, or lutefisk.
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Great, now I am hungry.
"Apple, Bacon and Cheddar Bread Pudding"
Apple, Bacon and Cheddar Bread Pudding recipe from Betty Crocker
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
"Apple, Bacon and Cheddar Bread Pudding"
An all in one meal!!!
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Finally this thread is back on topic!

I love Cheddar!
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