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Originally posted by shushu
Originally posted by karen61057
Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop
Originally posted by PutAQuarterIn
love cats and believe theres ''something'' about them, but the second video is nothing special. My daughter used to self sooth eventually like that when she was that age. The cat was likely drawn to the pitch of the cry because it's the same pitch as a kittens cry. Also I hope the cat was declawed for the parents to let it paw at the baby (gentle though it was) Aside from my critique...nice article
Declawed? What kind of sick person would declaw a cat.
People who declaw should not be allowed animals. What is wrong with you Americans?
When its a $1600.00 leather sofa vs the cat with the claws guess what goes ? The claws. It is not inhumane. They leave the back ones if the cat ever gets out and needs to climb. My kitty was declawed and came home from the vets like nothing even happened. The vet even warned me that he was too active for just having had surgery and to watch him and try to keep him quiet. He never missed the claws. And it made him an easier cat to play with because he still acted like a cat and still played but could not scratch. Just soft little toes smaking at you.
My crew are all indoor cats... and around my house we have claw-clipping day if someone gets caught breaking the rules. I have one (our alpha1 and household sentry) who under no circumstances... will allow me to clip her claws. And I wouldn't dream of having her declawed (for personal reasons)... so I let her slide. She knows where clawing is permitted... as do the rest of my crew... via a multitude of lessons learned from the squirt of a high velocity water bottle.
Originally posted by squiz
Now there is no possible way within the cats five senses it could have managed to pin point a house, a street, a suburb, etc... She was stuffed in a box taken to the vet where she had never been before, then stuffed in another box and driven for approximately one hour to another location the cat had never been before.
Originally posted by definity
If cats are so phychic why dont it dow hat you want it to do? if they are phchic they would atlaeast surley do something when you tell them to, infact they should do it even before you tell them too. So elt me get this right the phchic but they dont like to show it that much or atall. Infact i jsut think they can semi read the expressions on a human face unlike dogs that can read nearly all emotions on a human face. Its funny how all the cat lvoers think cats are phchic and the people who dont own cats think its rubbish. personally i own a cat and i think it is rubbish