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Originally posted by Jehosephat
skippy that is truely tasteless
Originally posted by drogo
thanks for the link imgnyc. it seems he is a asian smoke an offshute of the burmese family.
the description matches him to a tee. especialy about the warning not to let themroam outside free. we always take him out on a leash. when we lived in a townhouse i used to let him roam while i sat out and read. he would get himself arround something and just patiantly wait for me to come "rescue" him with those big eyes of his asking for help. we have always wondered about his "talking" to us, seriously he seems to talk, you say something and he will answer. my neibour will talk to him through the door or window quite often when i am not home. she has always been amused by this comunication.
Originally posted by drogo
yah i started him on a leash when he was a kitten. we couldn't let him roam free as the cayotees were haveing a bad time feeding themselves all sorts of cats and dogs became a nice snack. and i wasn't in the country i was in a city with over two hundred thousand. it had been a bad winter for the cayotees. i learned the leash was probably a good thing whenhe would tangle himself up and wait "patiantly" no calling or anything for me to "rescue" him he would just stare up with his bright eyes as if he couldn't understand why he suddenly couldn't wander back. basicaly i have a 20 foot rope that he roames arround the yard with, and youy just try to pass the rope behind stuff so they don't tangle up.leaveing them alone tied up is a bad idea i used to let him out onto the fire escape untill he was attacked by a neibors two cats.luckily he didn't get hurt too bad, but he did some nice damage to at least one of them by looking at the blood that was in evidance. by the way never, never pick up a pissed off cat it will hurt.
you know everytime i have taken him to a vet they try to tell me that he will be less agressive if he is neutered. that is bs plain and simple. this cat is the biggest suck arround. agressive? yeah as long as you consider escape and evasion agressive. my last cat who was neutered on the otherhand while he was still young, was the top cat in the area. i used to watch him beat up other cats, coons, even a big rat on ocasion. keep in mind he was huge.he used to use a fence post as a scatching post to a height of about 4.5-5 feet high. counters were no problem for him to streatch up and get stuff from it (no jumping required). to get him to have to reach a treat on his hind legs you had to be standing up. he was an out door cat. home was a nice place to relax, grab a snack and get attention. to be honest he was the biggest "housecat" i have seen with no fat on him.