Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Teren_Kanan, Jan 11, 2013.
I would shoot zrinkill and feed him to my cats.
Well, that explains being a Buckeye fan.
Oh no. Please tell me that is NOT you.
I'll never be able to read your posts quite the same way now.
There seems to be a pattern here with male cat people and certain world views....but I digress.
Carry on now!
Uh Go Cowboys! :laugh2:
I certainly understand the other side of the argument, don't get me wrong. I'd like a more amiable solution.
When I chose my current home, finding out if cats were allowed to roam the neighborhood was one of the things we were specifically looking for. There are cats all over this neighborhood, not just mine. The cat he described didn't even seem like mine, not that it really matters as far as the discussion goes.
I just don't like the idea of someone snatching my cats up because they happen to stroll through his unfenced front yard. He has a cat too that he lets outside (if you can believe that crap), and "bothering my cat" was one of his issues with other cats.
Ah well, going to call my homeowners association tomorrow, then get in contact with animal control to see what my options are. Really depressing to think I'm going to have to lock my cats inside after them being able to roam free for 2 years.
You should have pointed that out to him. Let him know his cat may end up the same road.
same here, & i have three cats of my own.
Ain't it the truth?
To be fair, I don't like cats very much. They are my GF's cats. They are cute, and you can't help but care for your animals, but cats are meh.
This is my BABBYYYYY
Now if someone trapped her I'd set their house on fire
What you just described isn't a pet, it's a pest. :laugh2:
You should think about an enclosure. They can be simple and serve their purpose. You can have access to them from a window or door, then the cats can come and go as they please while still be safe (yet outside) and not an annoyance to the neighborhood.
There are a variety of kits available like this one:
Or you could build your own, as shown in a bunch of different examples from basic to extravagant here:
It's probably cheaper and less time consuming to just let your cat die and buy a new one than to get into all that! Lets be reasonable here!
in before lock.
No it's not me...I would have three Cats in my arms...:
Far from it...Dexter just brought me dinner three nights in a row.
Only thing is he didn't bring me any vegetables to cook with them.
I agree with JBond. Mail him a tissue for being a baby.
I think the OP's neighbor is a liar. I've never seen a cat drop a deuce on a concrete floor. It just isn't natural, unless the cat is sick. They will look for sand, dirt, or litter.
And yeah, shut your frickin garage. Who leaves their garage open? Kinda defeats the whole purpose of having one.