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Panamah
02-25-2004, 10:01 PM
Ok just curious about my male neutered cat's social life. Normally, when cats come into the yard he acts pretty territorial. But, there's this extremely fluffy white cat with about the most prissy, girly meow I've ever heard, that comes into the backyard and meows and meows. Like she's asking "Can Indy come out and play?"

Anyway, when she is in the backyard, Indy is utterly fascinated. He doesn't puff up and act territorial at all. He just sits off a ways and watches her. And she sits on a wall a ways off and meows at him with that silly meow. I could just about imagine her saying... "Le meow! Le purrrrrrr", like Pepe lePeu's girlfriend. :p

It's really funny to watch. I think my cat has a friend!

... Of course, I'm just ASSUMING the fluffy white thing is a girl. I can't actually get close enough to it to check out the plumbing.

Drake09
02-25-2004, 10:10 PM
I hate cats (

Dayuna
02-25-2004, 10:17 PM
I hate cats (

Why hate cats? Dogs are the ones that don't clean up after themselves... =P
Besides... they just wanna have some fun... :heart:

Glynna1
02-26-2004, 12:27 PM
http://www.bethel.edu/~slodan/Pictures&Multimedia/catOnFan.wmv

Drake09
02-26-2004, 03:35 PM
Because cats are very very fickle beings. They rub up against your leg "Love me, Love me, pet me, stroke me.. make me be happy"

One false move, or even a motion towards a cat will cause it to strike for your jugular as quick as lightning.

Crazy, psychotic. Also known as "women of the non-human kind" <3

Just never liked them. Oh and I'm allerigic to them (Touch them, then my face = bad )

Araxx Darkroot
02-26-2004, 04:02 PM
It's not because of cats Postmen tote machine guns Drake.
It's because of your beloved 'testicle biting' dogs.

Drake09
02-26-2004, 04:05 PM
I feel bad because I spelled allergic incorrectly :(.

My dog has never bit anyone, (although she will bark at a black man, ONLY if they have a hat on though.. wtf?).

I could be playing with her as rough as as tough as possible, stick my hand infront of her face as I have the toy over it (or move the toy away, and put my hand there) she won't even jump toward my hand (or anyone, even new people she meets). She's all piss and vinegar, but won't hurt any person. (Anything else is up for grabs though!)

Chenier
02-26-2004, 06:19 PM
Ok just curious about my male neutered cat's social life. Normally, when cats come into the yard he acts pretty territorial. But, there's this extremely fluffy white cat with about the most prissy, girly meow I've ever heard, that comes into the backyard and meows and meows. Like she's asking "Can Indy come out and play?"

Anyway, when she is in the backyard, Indy is utterly fascinated. He doesn't puff up and act territorial at all. He just sits off a ways and watches her. And she sits on a wall a ways off and meows at him with that silly meow. I could just about imagine her saying... "Le meow! Le purrrrrrr", like Pepe lePeu's girlfriend. :p

It's really funny to watch. I think my cat has a friend!

... Of course, I'm just ASSUMING the fluffy white thing is a girl. I can't actually get close enough to it to check out the plumbing.
Back to the subject, yup, sounds like he has a friend...dunno if you let your cats out or not, but PLEASE make sure they have all their shots up to date if you do. Female leukemia is majorly awful (basically acts like human AIDS in cats).

But! If Indy's all up to date with shots, let us know how their encounter goes. =)

Darlyn
02-26-2004, 11:16 PM
Female leukemia

Think you mean feline leukemia? I lost two cats to that sadly, the worst part was its preventable and I never knew it so they didnt get their shots.

Chenier
02-27-2004, 04:34 PM
yeah, feline....not female...bleh...

yup, I lost my wonderful Soloman (coal, coal, coal black cat with seering yellow eyes) to leukemia when I was high school...just about destroyed me..

Panamah
02-27-2004, 04:47 PM
It just strikes me as funny that cats make friends. They seem so territorial, yet every now and then they don't seem to mind an occassional visitors, especialy if they're pretty, white and fluffy.

Thanks for the reminder. I do need to get kitties shots updated. They don't go out of my backyard, but obviously other cats do get in.

Fairweather Pure
02-27-2004, 06:01 PM
You can tell how messed up in the head a woman is by what type and how many cats she has. All you men out there think about it. My theory has merit.

Jinjre
02-27-2004, 06:15 PM
Hrm. I have one cat. She thinks she's the Queen. She suffers us to sit in her chairs and walk on her carpets.

I also have 2 dogs. One is very smart, the other has 2 functioning brain cells near as we can tell, and they both can't operate at the same time.

The only thing I can think of that that says about me is that I am guaranteed to have some sort of visible animal hair on every piece of clothing I own. Mental note: next time get either an all light or all dark animal, then pick all clothing/furniture to match the color of the animal. Black and white markings simply means there is nothing which won't show hair.

Panamah
02-27-2004, 07:27 PM
Jinjre, animal fur is an accessory!

You can tell how messed up in the head a woman is by what type and how many cats she has. All you men out there think about it. My theory has merit.

Lynch him!

Actually, I kind of question the mental stability of women that have little lap dogs with bows and foofy hair-dos on the dogs.

Jinjre
02-27-2004, 07:32 PM
My husband went into a dry cleaner the other day to get our comforter back after having the cat barf cleaned off of it. While he was waiting, a fellow came in with an Eton Coat, handed it to the dry cleaner and said "I just came back from a house that has a daaaawg! Are you sure you can get the hair off it?" Hubby said he nearly spit his coke out laughing at the guy. I suggested that he could have rubbed himself all over the guy to transfer the hair from hubby to said guy, although that might have been a bit odd in public.

We consider clothing simply lint brushes for the furniture.

Celaeno
02-28-2004, 05:27 PM
Our dog passed away two years ago and I still find hair in my clothing from time to time. She had short fur but would shed so badly in spring and autumn you could gently 'pinch' her in certain areas, pulling the fur without causing any discomfort, and come away with a large clump of wooly hair. Shoulda made sweaters of it :)

Fyyr Lu'Storm
02-28-2004, 06:41 PM
"Black and white markings simply means there is nothing which won't show hair."

Former owner of a dalmation, I can attest to that.