Catmans thread.

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#43 Oct 16, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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will it leave a 13 year old golden retriever sleep 23 hours a day?
I don't know.I haven't had a dog since 2001. Nothing but cats since.

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Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#44 Oct 16, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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i made a trap sorta for the squirrels and chipmunks.
a baited fulcrum that is bent back with shock cords holding it down with tension till bait triggers release.
Fulcrum broke into pieces breaking kitchen window, and threw a squirrel into garage door knocking it out cold.
My 13 year old golden retriever examined it determining it not kibble, and about died of heart attack when squirrel ran over him retreating from the garage.
I almost peed myself, and wonder if the squirrel is telling stories to his friends how he flew across the yard.
If mrs. rowdy saw you doing that, she'd probably turn the garden hose on you on jet setting,lmao.

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#45 Oct 16, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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will it leave a 13 year old golden retriever sleep 23 hours a day?
No, but that reminds me of the Golden that was a pet of my friend from 1972. That dog lived for 17 years. RIP Goldie.
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#46 Oct 16, 2013
Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text>I don't want no males here. I got all girls. Lots of them, and they are all beautiful.
I would not trade a rare male calico

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Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#47 Oct 16, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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I think they never lose the instinct. Mine will try to stalk the geese here, I have to be careful not to let her out when the geese are around, she will try to sneak out. She's not too bright sometimes...the geese would probably beat her bad if not kill her.
I saw something similar to that when I lived further out in the country. A young coyote was stalking a flock of geese near the house, they ganged up on him and beat the hell outta him LOL.
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#48 Oct 16, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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breed me one that eats 2 squirrels a day.
I will take magnificent care of it.
if it eats nasty squirrels like Che, then I need to help you build a breeding farm. We can have a hoot while making billions.
Mine eat squirrels. Mostly young ones but I had gray cat with a white spot on her head she could take off running and up a tree snatching full grown squirrels. She had jaws strong enough to kill them in just a couple of bits crushing their rib cage. She would always bring the squirrel to me . I skinned them for her and she would chow down on them.
They cannot kill a Spook

Toledo, OH

#49 Oct 17, 2013
Kitten updates

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Since: Apr 10

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#50 Oct 17, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
Kitten updates
Hi Spook!
How's it going with all your critters?
Beany is doing good.
She drives me nuts when she sits and stares when there's nothing there. Lol
They cannot kill a Spook

Toledo, OH

#51 Oct 17, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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Hi Spook!
How's it going with all your critters?
Beany is doing good.
She drives me nuts when she sits and stares when there's nothing there. Lol
They doing fine. My retarded skunk sprayed a stray dog that was chasing the cats. The calico kitten is making her own toys by stealing my socks as they dry.

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Since: Apr 10

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#52 Oct 17, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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They doing fine. My retarded skunk sprayed a stray dog that was chasing the cats. The calico kitten is making her own toys by stealing my socks as they dry.
Lol
Oh How cute! Stealing socks.......I love it!
Years ago our pooch, CJ got sprayed by a skunk. What a disaster that was. The smell wouldn't leave my laundry room for 6 months, and when it rained the smell was more intense.
Eeeeeeewwwww....Peppy Le Pew

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#53 Oct 17, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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I saw something similar to that when I lived further out in the country. A young coyote was stalking a flock of geese near the house, they ganged up on him and beat the hell outta him LOL.
That's hilarious!! Geese are vicious.

We had some nesting in the parking lot where I worked a few years back. A young kid I worked with made the mistake of parking in front of a nest. The gander came after the kid as he tried to leave the car, started poking him with his beak. Kid smacked the goose on the head with the car door, the darn goose started banging on his car with his beak. Put a good dent in the car, too. They're NASTY...one of the few critters on this earth I can find no good use for except roasted with potatoes.

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#54 Oct 18, 2013
Hey guys. Just had another productive day and the kittens are all still purrfect. The second they hear my voice now, they try to get to me. That's pretty good for being only 2 1/2 weeks old.

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#55 Oct 18, 2013
Catman Dave wrote:
Hey guys. Just had another productive day and the kittens are all still purrfect. The second they hear my voice now, they try to get to me. That's pretty good for being only 2 1/2 weeks old.
Hi Dave,
The Kittas sound so adorable!!!
It's getting pretty cool outside. Brrrrr
I am not looking forward to leaves........
What's going on this weekend?

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#56 Oct 18, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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Hi Dave,
The Kittas sound so adorable!!!
It's getting pretty cool outside. Brrrrr
I am not looking forward to leaves........
What's going on this weekend?
This weekend is rain, beer, and football. I am sore as heck from taking advantage of the nice weather to get things done. I am right where I want to be with the leaves, and I even got to mow today!. I'll send you some pics.
Oliver Canterberry

Columbus, OH

#57 Oct 19, 2013
Catman Dave wrote:
I don't know why they took the other one off, but you can talk to me here. NO TROLLS!!!
I have a question for you, Catman Dave.

Can a typical cat kill an adult squirrel (not a chipmunk)?

My female neighbor who had a large cat, that more or less lived outside in the neighborhood, and since then the squirrel population has exploded.

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#58 Oct 19, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
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I have a question for you, Catman Dave.
Can a typical cat kill an adult squirrel (not a chipmunk)?
My female neighbor who had a large cat, that more or less lived outside in the neighborhood, and since then the squirrel population has exploded.
Yes they can. They brought a couple of them home last summer here. There isn't a bug or rodent to be found in or around my house.
Oliver Canterberry

Columbus, OH

#59 Oct 19, 2013
Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text>Yes they can. They brought a couple of them home last summer here. There isn't a bug or rodent to be found in or around my house.
Is there any particular breed of cat better at killing good sized squirrels, or does the type of cat matter?

2nd question, why do some cats seem to prefer the outdoors while other cats have no interest in going outside?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#60 Oct 19, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
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Is there any particular breed of cat better at killing good sized squirrels, or does the type of cat matter?
2nd question, why do some cats seem to prefer the outdoors while other cats have no interest in going outside?
I want a Bobcat too.

The squirrels are over running the place.

I put an Owl decoy in back yard, and within the week the squirrels were perched on the Owl's head. Just stood there doing squirrel stuff.

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#61 Oct 19, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
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Is there any particular breed of cat better at killing good sized squirrels, or does the type of cat matter?
2nd question, why do some cats seem to prefer the outdoors while other cats have no interest in going outside?
I would imagine just a good sized male would be a good hunter, but my girls are pretty good at it too. All of mine are pretty much just tabbies, but I think Fuzzy has some Maine Coon in her.

I would love it if all of my cats wanted to stay indoors. Outdoor cats don't last long here due to the variety of wildlife around here. I've had a few just disappear.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#62 Oct 19, 2013
Catman Dave wrote:
<quoted text>I would imagine just a good sized male would be a good hunter, but my girls are pretty good at it too. All of mine are pretty much just tabbies, but I think Fuzzy has some Maine Coon in her.
I would love it if all of my cats wanted to stay indoors. Outdoor cats don't last long here due to the variety of wildlife around here. I've had a few just disappear.
22 rifle will end your kidnapers reign.

a wounded rabbit recording at dawn, and you with the rife ready, will eradicate coyote's if you have gun control and hit them when shooting.

22's in neighborhoods is a bad idea. Use above only if secluded, and you planned your attack with safe shooting direction.

Or....loan me a killer cat, and I will eliminate your coyote's if you like.

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