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Discussion in 'TFF Members Test Forum' started by ysacres, Dec 26, 2016.
And I mean that in the nicest way.
you feed a dog. it thinks they are gods they feed me.
feed a cat. it thinks im god they feed me.
does that clear up the situation for ya, all?
have always had cats from the time the kids were old enough to bring them home for ma and me to feed.
twice ive have cats pester rattlers long enough for me to get something to kill them im my yard. both were over five feet long. i had small children at the time. i LIKE cats!
My dog digs them up while hibernating and eats them...
I like cats, my big boy " Killer" would not only keep our place and the neighbors places free of rats but he would kill snakes...now cats don't usually do that ...but killer would. There wasn't much he was afraid of. He was a good cat.
The lady across the street was scared of snakes and she liked it when he was on patrol .
That's not killer in my avatar...that's Mike The Tiger, the Louisiana State University Fighting Tigers mascot. An impressive Siberian-Bengal mix and he grew to weigh 600 lbs. Mike VI... He was beautiful .
We have a Bengal, beautiful animal, spoiled rotten too! I don 't believe in reincarnation, but just in case, I want to come back as a cat and live in with a family that treats me as good as we treat Sultan Julian .... Yes, that is his official name on the pedigree, which sums up the first statement of his being spoiled.
The boy on the left replaced the beautiful grey tuxedo who died in 2012, the female on the right is a tiny little Tabby and best friends with the boy on the left... Two orange tabbies is a houseful of fun!
Our 4yo 28 lb. Elliott meets his new 18 week old 5 lb. 1oz. playmate E.J. for the first time. Picture taken a couple of days go.
Two old friends taking a snooze together. The little orange tabby's name was Shoo, 18 years old when my better half snapped this picture. Lost my friend last August.