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irishjayhawk
06-17-2007, 07:24 PM
can say:

"That's the best use for a cat."

In response to this: http://www.upi.com/NewsTrack/Top_News/2007/06/16/kitten_found_tied_to_railroad_track/5016/

I mean, a dog, and I have problems. But cats are, well, I hate them.

Sam Hall
06-17-2007, 07:28 PM
cats...

BWillie
06-17-2007, 07:31 PM
I have no problems with cats. They dart out in front of cars much less often, and don't eat their own shit. When I go to someone elses house I never have the problem of some cat jumping up on me, drooling all over, and just being a hyperactive dumbass. Dogs do that all the time. They run around relentlessly like a stupid little kid, and will jump on guests, bite them, drool on them. However, dogs save themselves as they are useful as guards and hunting, so all is not lost.

88TG88
06-17-2007, 07:36 PM
I got a chuckle out of it. The story would've been funnier if it wasn't two armed weirdos. Overall, cats are ok as house pets but they like to use my lawn as a toilet so I hate 'em.

BigVE
06-17-2007, 07:42 PM
can say:

"That's the best use for a cat."

In response to this: http://www.upi.com/NewsTrack/Top_News/2007/06/16/kitten_found_tied_to_railroad_track/5016/

I mean, a dog, and I have problems. But cats are, well, I hate them.


Apparently you have never ate at your local "chinese" restaurant! Thats some MEAN stuff right there.

chagrin
06-17-2007, 07:43 PM
I have a serious question for you irish, and whoever wants to give this a serious answer, because it's a serious question - I am not trying to stir shit.

Okay - what makes you "hate" cats? And also why do you find pleasure in the death of such an animal?

Again, serious question as I have never understood this, thanks.

EDIT
To the thread topic though, what they did is disgusting.

chagrin
06-17-2007, 07:44 PM
I got a chuckle out of it. The story would've been funnier if it wasn't two armed weirdos. Overall, cats are ok as house pets but they like to use my lawn as a toilet so I hate 'em.


Are you saying you've never pissed in someone's yard, or even a patch of grass that wasn't "yours" when you were drunk?

irishjayhawk
06-17-2007, 07:46 PM
I have a serious question for you irish, and whoever wants to give this a serious answer, because it's a serious question - I am not trying to stir shit.

Okay - what makes you "hate" cats? And also why do you find pleasure in the death of such an animal?

Again, serious question as I have never understood this, thanks.

I just hate cats in general. And I don't find pleasure in it because if it were me, I probably wouldn't be able to do that or anything. Now birds and fish are different.

chagrin
06-17-2007, 07:48 PM
I just hate cats in general. And I don't find pleasure in it because if it were me, I probably wouldn't be able to do that or anything. Now birds and fish are different.


Well yeah, I don't mean the whole hunting thing, which I have no problem with obviously I eat meat, heh.

I just hear this kind of thing alot and I don't understand it.

BigVE
06-17-2007, 07:48 PM
I own two of 'em and still can't get past the hatred completely. I come from a long line of cat haters and it's hard to break the cycle completely. Both cats we have were rescued from unique circumstances, one was literally thrown from a moving car right in front of us and the other one was the only tame cat of a litter that were born close to where I work, it would only come to me. All in all I more of a dis-liker than a true hater. That whole fur ball and litter box thing is nasty. Dogs for me all the way given a fair choice and say in the matter.

BWillie
06-17-2007, 07:51 PM
I own two of 'em and still can't get past the hatred completely. I come from a long line of cat haters and it's hard to break the cycle completely. Both cats we have were rescued from unique circumstances, one was literally thrown from a moving car right in front of us and the other one was the only tame cat of a litter that were born close to where I work, it would only come to me. All in all I more of a dis-liker than a true hater. That whole fur ball and litter box thing is nasty. Dogs for me all the way given a fair choice and say in the matter.

Cats shit in a box, while dogs shit all over your lawn, house, and wherever else. And maul your kids.

88TG88
06-17-2007, 07:52 PM
Are you saying you've never pissed in someone's yard, or even a patch of grass that wasn't "yours" when you were drunk?
Yes, maybe in the bushes or something. The cats in my neighborhood find it funny to piss and crap on my front porch and the couch in my garage. They also like to fight and make love on the street in front of my house.

Easy 6
06-17-2007, 07:53 PM
Yes, definitely sad.

For me, the choice between a dog & a cat is an easy one...its a dog every time.

But like BigWillie said, cats have their own pro's...they will crap in a box without fail, are generally more wary of roads, dont jump all over guests & dont eat near as much.

I honestly have never understood cat haters, its a cuddly little animal for f@cksake...whats the prob???

BigVE
06-17-2007, 07:53 PM
Cats shit in a box, while dogs shit all over your lawn, house, and wherever else. And maul your kids.
No, my dogs crap in YOUR lawn, not in my house. :)

chagrin
06-17-2007, 07:54 PM
Yes, maybe in the bushes or something. The cats in my neighborhood find it funny to piss and crap on my front porch and the couch in my garage. They also like to fight and make love on the street in front of my house.


LMAO

Kraus
06-17-2007, 07:57 PM
I have both, love'em both. You just have to get the right ones. I have a lab that doesn't bark, bite, or jump on you. I also have a cat that is pretty well behaved.

HolmeZz
06-17-2007, 08:23 PM
I love kitties.

Frazod
06-17-2007, 09:24 PM
I have no problems with cats. They dart out in front of cars much less often, and don't eat their own shit. When I go to someone elses house I never have the problem of some cat jumping up on me, drooling all over, and just being a hyperactive dumbass. Dogs do that all the time. They run around relentlessly like a stupid little kid, and will jump on guests, bite them, drool on them. However, dogs save themselves as they are useful as guards and hunting, so all is not lost.

Good post.

I hate people who have big stupid dogs that don't control them. Years ago I lived with woman whose parents had two enormous giant mutant black schnauzer things (they were like great dane size). One of them was mean as hell, but anti-social, so it didn't bother me. The other was was retarded - and I'm not talking normal dog retarded, but ultra-retarded - it would regularly walk into walls and furniture. And it had that nasty schnauzer beard, which was always wet with drool. I was constantly getting mugged by the damned thing - it would tear holes in my clothes, scratch me, get that friggin drool all over me - and my girlfriend's dumbf#ck parents thought it was cute. Yeah, it's cute that my brand new shirt is destroyed because you won't discipline your pets. Thanks a lot. 4321 Finally, one day when I was in a room alone, the dog started bothering me and I punched it right in the head as hard as I could. That did the trick - the damn thing never bothered me again (perhaps it wasn't quite so stupid after all).

I'll stick with cats, thank you very much. Feed 'em and clean the box every other day. No walking, no fuss.

FAX
06-17-2007, 09:30 PM
ROFL

When whispering isn't working, call Mr. frazod, the dog puncher.

FAX

Frazod
06-17-2007, 09:34 PM
ROFL

When whispering isn't working, call Mr. frazod, the dog puncher.

FAX

I did try shoving it away several times first (okay, twice).

luv
06-17-2007, 09:37 PM
I honestly have never understood cat haters, its a cuddly little animal for f@cksake...whats the prob???
I have often wondered the same thing.

Frazod
06-17-2007, 09:43 PM
Some cats can be really nasty. I'm generally very good with animals (dog and cats alike) and have encountered a few that I'd just as soon toss in a microwave. But what I don't understand why hateful cats earn all cats a bad rep, yet nasty dogs are somehow overlooked.

A hateful cat might hiss at you or scratch you.

A hateful dog might RIP YOUR F#CKING THROAT OUT.

FAX
06-17-2007, 09:49 PM
All very true, Mr. frazod, and somewhat concerning, I might add.

My issue with cats is that I am allergic to cats. And, the interesting part is I'm completely convinced that cats know who is and who is not allergic to cats. When a cat knows a person is allergic to cats, that cat can and will leap up to 70 feet to land on the allergic person's chest and rub his cat back on the allergic person's face. This causes great enmity between human- and cat-kind I can tell you.

FAX

Frazod
06-17-2007, 09:52 PM
I didn't think about the allergy thing (obviously I'm not allergic to them), but I know a good many people who are. Certainly that is a legitmate cause for dislike.

But, of course, it's not the cat's fault you're allergic to it.

luv
06-17-2007, 09:54 PM
I didn't think about the allergy thing (obviously I'm not allergic to them), but I know a good many people who are. Certainly that is a legitmate cause for dislike.

But, of course, it's not the cat's fault you're allergic to it.
But the cat knows he's allergic and jumps on him intentionally.

DenverChief
06-17-2007, 09:54 PM
Sickos...I wish it were me that would have approached them

KcMizzou
06-17-2007, 09:55 PM
Damnit... reading comprehension isn't my strong suit.

I'm the one "no" vote.

Frazod
06-17-2007, 09:56 PM
But the cat knows he's allergic and jumps on him intentionally.

Or.... the cat is merely FRIENDLY and jumps on him because it wants attention.

'Hamas' Jenkins
06-17-2007, 09:57 PM
I'm allergic to cats, and I don't particularly like them, but I don't actively hate them.

I think animal cruelty is one of the basest, most disgusting things that a person can engage in.

I love dogs, and I have a very active 60 pound dog. Fraz would probably hate her due to her hyperactivity, but whenever I've had a shitty day, no matter what, she's always happy to see me.

Twice in the past two months someone has unexpectedly opened our door (both times by accident) and she bolted across the room to put herself between the "intruder" and me.

FAX
06-17-2007, 09:58 PM
I didn't think about the allergy thing (obviously I'm not allergic to them), but I know a good many people who are. Certainly that is a legitmate cause for dislike.

But, of course, it's not the cat's fault you're allergic to it.

Well, it wasn't the Schnauzer's fault he was retarded, either, Mr. frazod. At least, it wasn't before you knocked him on the doggie noggin.

Nevertheless, you are quite correct. If cats keep their distance, we can live in relative peace. However, I am not joking about the evil, sixth sense that cats have in respect to allergic persons. I have, on many occasions, been in a room with one cat and dozens of other people and the cat inevitably chooses me to be his best buddy. I swear they know and either don't care or revel in the knowledge that they can sicken a human at will. What they don't seem to understand is that a human can drop kick a cat approximately 20 yards against the wind.

FAX

luv
06-17-2007, 10:00 PM
Or.... the cat is merely FRIENDLY and jumps on him because it wants attention.
My dad has a friendly cat like that. She'll sit there staring at you until you look at her. Once she's made eye contact, she thinks that means that she's supposed to jump in your lap.

FAX, never make eye contact with a cat. See if that helps.

I love it when she does that, except when I don't feel like having white cat fur all over my clothes.

FAX
06-17-2007, 10:02 PM
My dad has a friendly cat like that. She'll sit there staring at you until you look at her. Once she's made eye contact, she thinks that means that she's supposed to jump in your lap.

FAX, never make eye contact with a cat. See if that helps.

I love it when she does that, except when I don't feel like having white cat fur all over my clothes.

That's a very good idea, Ms. luv. I'm not sure if I make inadvertent eye contact with the cat or not, to be honest. In future, however, I'll be sure to avoid acknowledging the cat in any way and see if that makes a difference.

Good tip.

FAX