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Cats

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Mbmdp, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. Mbmdp

    Mbmdp · Active Member

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    Anyone got cats? We've got 3 girlies

    Muppet, Dotty and Pips

    :)


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  2. Dougal

    Dougal Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    We've got 3 - 2 girls and a "man" - Maisie, Poppy and Harvey :wave:
     
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    Robinredbreast Type 1 · Oracle

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    We have 3 cats as well, 2 boys and a girl :D Sonny, Harley and Pebbles.

    The two boys are nearly 14 now, and Sonny is the boss and can be a bit on the grumpy side at times :eh: btw I am sitting between 2 of them right now and grumpy chops is on the other sofa, bless.

    RRB
     
  4. WilliamIrvine

    WilliamIrvine Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Cats OMG I so love cats had em all my life.

    Got 2 at the moment cos that's all the Housing Association allows me to have :x

    My oldest will be 12 this year and his name is Grace <--- don't ask
    My youngest is 6 and her name is Lady..... that is until she uses the litter trmay and then she aint so much of a lady.
     
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    Sharon68 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    I used to help with a cat rescue so could have upwards of 6 cats, more if it was kitten season :shock: It used to drive our dogs loopy trying to play with so many little fluff balls. We are catless at the moment as our last little rescue dog doesn't cope too well with them but I am hoping that with work she will accept them and we can have another one (or two!)
     
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    Andy12345 Type 2 · Expert

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    hi, we have 4 and a lovely beagle named darwin, 2 are rescued and 2 are ragdolls a brother and sister, the dog lives with the ragdolls but not the other 2 he thinks they want to play chase me while they think they are dinner, we have plenty of tom & jerry moments :)
     
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    LaserMum Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    3 cats - 2 queens (Daisy & Shadow) and 1 tom (Frostie) - all black! Daisy 12 year old Mum to Shadow and Frostie (both 11 year olds).

    Dog, Springer Spaniel, Taylor, 7 years old. Frequently tries to eat Daisy and Frostie - they ignore him. He's frightened of Shadow who hisses and bats him (with claws fully extended!).

    Such fun!
     
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    JANROU Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Bailey is a rag doll bsh cross 2 years old, beautiful and doesn't he know it, also 13 year old beagle Izzi who tolerates Bailey as she would a puppy



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    3 little rascals
    my avatar = Mr Googly
    Toastie and Podlums

    and one large, daft dog, a Leonberger/Golden Retriever mix, keeps me fit
     

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    susanmanley · Well-Known Member

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    There was a cat that lived next door but came to visit often. We called her 'not-my-cat'
    The neighbours moved and left her behind and new owner didn't want her. Now she is 'my-cat'

    [true story]
     
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    I Share my neighbor's cat Psycho as I got him for her and she says He's mine as well. I on the other hand have a pooch called Rex
     
  12. Mbmdp

    Mbmdp · Active Member

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    I like you! :) Can totally relate to the 'lady' situation lol!


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  13. WeeWillie

    WeeWillie Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Our 3 year old cat and our 11 year dog.
    The cat's much larger than the dog. :lol:

    I'd just given the dog a trim....she's kind of looking at me asking, why? :D

    The cat's asking....who the heck's that you've plonked down beside me? :D

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    Nice thread, Mbmdp :thumbup:
     
  14. Mbmdp

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    Oh fantastic picture! Very cute! :D


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  15. WeeWillie

    WeeWillie Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your comment Mbmdp, I'm pleased you liked it.

    A few more.
    Silly mutt sitting in our cat's mother's bed over at our son's house.
    It's a bit of a stand off, well, ok then, a sit off. :D

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    When she first arrived she was smaller than the dog.
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    And cuddling into me better half's doll.
    A better view of just how big the cat is now compared to the dog. (see below) :D
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    Riri Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Greyam our spoilt moggy
     

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    I have cats love them. They know when you feel sad, down and upset.
    Mine are called Draper, Macavity, Phoebe and Salem.
     
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    Hi I have 3 cats mollie, Lille and Tilly

    Lilies. Just had kittens they are so cute I want to keep them all


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    jahmoo Type 1 · Member

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    We don't have cats but we have plenty of cat **** in the garden. Not sure why cat owners in our area do not take responsibility for them once they let them out the door. It's annoying and we have a young boy, so we have to make sure there is none in the garden when he goes out to play, as its not safe.

    Lets hope all cat owners are not like our neighbours!


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  20. Sarah69

    Sarah69 Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    How are you going to know where your cat is going when you let it out? I don't have cats but a few come through my garden I don't know who they belong to.
     
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