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Cat Parasites COMPEL you!

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posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 01:38 PM
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Ohhhh, that how the cat masters do it. Parasites.

What's that kitty? Pet you and do it now? Yes, master.




posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 04:17 PM
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Women seem to become more intelligent, outgoing, conscientious, sexually promiscuous, and kind; changes in men seem to cause opposite trends. All humans tend to be more prone to feelings of guilt.


Wow. I would say that the word seem is important. Perhaps it makes them actually more manipulative, and intelligent but only for seductive purposes or to manipulate. Of course being intelligent, outgoing, conscientious, and kind, etc. are good, but in what context, and for what purpose? Women who seem catty will always seem to be more intelligent, but are they really or are they really just trying to be manipulative and seductive, or are they just full of themselves that they actually believe it, so it makes them appear to be more intelligent? It's not the same as natural intelligence that was learned. You see a cat tries to play the trickster, to seduce, or to lead it's prey into traps. Cats always deceive you.

What if the parasite actually causes negative effects although it's not readily apparent, for the entirety of the society, or at least in the long term for individuals.

[edit on 10-6-2010 by The Quiet Storm]



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:28 PM
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I think you may be right. My Charlie is a Yellow Lab and she too treats her stuffed toys like her puppies. She even lines them up evenly and has a hissy fit if you pick one up or try to take it away. She will grab it out of your hand and put it back with the group. She moves them around so I think she is trying to hide them. Every once in a while my male Rhodesian Ridgeback will take one and make her chase him to get it back. Thank goodness he loses interest in that game fairly quickly because Charlie can get quite vicious if she needs too.

Now the real funny part about my family of critters is that I have three dogs, 2 Ridgebacks, a Yellow Lab and one cat. The cat was the first member of my family. I rescued him when he was 3 weeks old (according to the vet, unsure of exact date of birth because he was feral) and the others came after him and each in turn deferred to his position as Alpha. Lazarus is 15 human years old, he thinks he is a dog and the dogs thinks he is too.

Maybe he is working some cat magic on them.



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