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I love the "Dear Kitten" spot.
I can't help but think the creators were inspired by Fritz Leiber's classic sci fi short story "Space-Time for Springers"

It's weird and funny at the same time.



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...I wish Aiden as as passive as this monster, but nooooooo....you come into the fenced portion of the 'back 40', not be known, and show *any* fear - he will rip your lungs out, Jim...
 
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LOL  Aaaaw,  the big old wolfy just wants some breakfast meats.
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Judging by the tone of voice with which the owner admonishes the wolf, I'm guessing that, by now, the wolf has become a lap dog.  LOL


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^^ Did you say lap dog?



I see this and say to myself - "And I thought my 80 lb lab was delusional when she considered herself a lap dog" LOL






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That's a lap horse.  LOL

My neighbor's 70lb pit bull Sadie thinks she's a lap dog.  Unlike cats, she'll lay there as long as you let her.



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^^ My god that looks exactly like my cat (except for having no white "boots"), and acts like her too.  I'm pretty sure if a prey got that far away she'd say "screw it" as well LOL
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Originally posted by insanity213 insanity213 wrote:

^^ My god that looks exactly like my cat (except for having no white "boots"), and acts like her too.  I'm pretty sure if a prey got that far away she'd say "screw it" as well LOL


Yeah, I doubt the cat was ever really interested in eating the squirrel to begin with. Probably just wanted a playmate.

Speaking of adorable aminals...



...the newest addition to my household.


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Those stripes are cool.
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What a gorgeous little kitten, Jimbo  Big smile
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Thanks & thanks. He's not such a little kitten anymore, though. He was a bit on the scrawny side when he first showed up, but he's gotten pretty big by now.

He's just a common old grey cat, but he's a sweet little fellah.



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Not many breeds of cat can easily use your head as a target during playtime:




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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Thanks & thanks. He's not such a little kitten anymore, though. He was a bit on the scrawny side when he first showed up, but he's gotten pretty big by now.

He's just a common old grey cat, but he's a sweet little fellah.




He looks a bit like Rocco.  Longer legs and bigger ears, though.  He's got that uber-alert look of a young cat.  LOL


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Jimbo - Adorable! What's the little fuzzball's name? He looks like a Charlie or a Jasper.
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It worries me a little bit when people start dressing up the animals, I get nightmares of 'Bring it' and 'Dance moms'.
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

He looks a bit like Rocco.  Longer legs and bigger ears, though.  He's got that uber-alert look of a young cat.  LOL


I'm guessing he's somewhere less than a year old. I figure he was about 6 months or so when he showed up here & that was about 4 months ago.

The thing that gets him the most uber-alert looking is me going into the kitchen.



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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

Jimbo - Adorable! What's the little fuzzball's name? He looks like a Charlie or a Jasper.


I started calling him Fidget back when he first started hanging around. That kinda stuck.

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OMG I love the name "Fidget" hahahahah
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He's a fidgety little midget.

He's a fidget midget.





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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

It worries me a little bit when people start dressing up the animals, I get nightmares of 'Bring it' and 'Dance moms'.


The last thing I find cute is an animal all dressed up in some stupid-assed costume.


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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

It worries me a little bit when people start dressing up the animals, I get nightmares of 'Bring it' and 'Dance moms'.


The last thing I find cute is an animal all dressed up in some stupid-assed costume.


Doesn't bother me.

As long as the aminal is loved & cared for & the costume isn't hurting them.

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My bro and soon-to-be ex-sis-in-law used to dress their dog up for Halloween.  One year, he was Elvis.  It was OK.  Nothing I'd ever do with an animal, though.  

However, I once considered getting the lion cut for my long-haired Mickey, thinking maybe it'd keep him cooler in the summer.  It would've looked good on him.  But I like the way he looks as his natural ol' self.  And besides, I read that it actually wouldn't do much to keep him cooler.


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