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My hobby (in case anyone is interested)

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posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 11:58 AM
What cute kitty's

Cool Hobby

posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 12:53 PM

Originally posted by Bout Time
My god parents had a Siamese who gave birth to a male with a glandular problem - he ended up being the size of a medium dog! It actually roared, not purred!
Since then, I've alway loved the idea of an attack cat, being that their athlecticism is superb.
What do they go for & what does one look for in a pure bred cat? I know with dogs, since I researched much on my Cane Corso.

Someone asked if it's hard to get them to breed. LMAO!!!!!! No...when a female is in heat, the moment I put her with a male, they go at it, probably 10 times per day.

Someone else asked the cost. They start at $400 and they're registered with TICA.

Here's a photo of a male of mind, I suppose I should take a photo of his entire body for you but I'm too lazy at the moment.

Also they are not attack cats. *grin*

[Edited on 18-11-2004 by xenophile]

posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 01:07 PM
For some reason I was reminded of the time I visited a friend back in the early 80's. As soon as I sat down her rather large looking tabby sat on my lap and went to sleep. Later on, after the cat had left, I was told that he was actually half Scottish wild cat and usually hated people he didn't know.

Fortunately cats like me - Just as well, since he was within inches of the 'family jewels'

Originally posted by xenophile
many will get completely immersed in the toilet

I hear that in Oz, people in certain places have to check for 'dunny spiders', but I never knew of anyone who had to check for a dunny cat before going for a visit

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