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Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by MOO, Oct 11, 2008.

  1. MOO

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    Has anyone been watching Lion Man on Sky 3 on Wednesday nights? I know a lot of the lions and tigers were hand reared, but I have never seen big cats so docile with humans before. I saw a white lion giving birth with her head on his lap and he handled the cubs as soon as they were born putting them onto the mother to feed, any one else would have had their head bitten off. He treats lions and tigers the same way as I do my moggies, it's stunning :):up:
     
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    yeh seen it good program
     
  3. MOO

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    I cried buckets this week as a tiger died and they had a service for it, it was really sad. I'd love to go to and visit it
     
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    what the dead animal:confused:and you like cats:down::down::D
     
  5. andyhawkx3

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    I like cats also, so what:confused:
     
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    cats are not native to this country they desimate the bird population and **** in my garden.any more info needed go to what the cat brought in,its a anti cat web site.:p
     
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    I don't need to go on to any web sites, to know about cats, you think you are a hunter, no your not a hunter, now cat are true hunters, you can have a dog as a pet, it has only one master, you can tell it what to do....but a cat, it tolerates people its still wild, this country and all the country's of the whole world, are infested with disease ridden rats, and its not the poisons, or the shooter like ourselves that are keeping them at bay,....its the domestic cats.
     
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    nah they are noy true hunters.true hunters kill for food.your overfed moggies do it cos they like to play with the victim.they are like the grey squirrel.aliens to this country.and if i had my way would be erradicated.along with the other introduced ,i was going to say animals,but i have to say vermin.
     
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    There are many people on here who like cats, at least 2 of the admin do, it's not a rare thing to like cats, lots of us do :rolleyes:
     
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    Cats have been associated with man for at least 9,500 years, and live in an estimated 600 million homes worldwide. You name an anti-cat website, I could find you hundreds of sites run by and for cat lovers. Cats keep rats and mice at bay in our homes, they also provide company for many solitary and elderly people. Where cats do most damage to the bird population is where people have placed bird feeders carelessly. By far the biggest decimator of the bird population is man, by removing their habitat and killing off their supply of food with insecticides. "Cats are not native to this country" - so what are you, then, an Ancient Briton? No Norman, Jute, Anglo-Saxon or Roman blood in you, I don't suppose! And as for a cat's instinct to hunt but not always to eat their quarry, take a look in the mirror Mr. Air Rifle owner - a big percentage of the 'higher beings' on this forum hunt entirely for pleasure. Before you ask, I don't have a cat as a pet, but I don't hate them either, I just hate ignorant bullies. :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
     
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    I cant agree with you more Davy....well said :up:

    One of my cats ;)
     
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    lol angry cat :cool:
     
  13. andyhawkx3

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    Steve Hidden his, toy squirrel:D
     
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    She not happy is she.:D:D:D
     
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    They probably aren't too keen on you either :rolleyes:
     
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    A picture of one of Moo's cats.
    (Tina is having probs posting pictures at the moment :confused:)

    [​IMG]
     
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    This is Tiger, me mates cat from three doors down the street, since I had my hop, hes slept at the bottom of my bed, only went home during the day:D
    View attachment 1083
     
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    I like cats but much prefer dogs.
     
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    look on my profile, Ive just posted a new picture in my album;):D
     
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    This is my mate Andy's cat, Pixie. She's a blue British Shorthair
     

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