Hey look what the cat drag in

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  1. t06afre

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    Yesterday my cat decide to bring home some food. A big fat mouse. I did not quite rely on me. So I had to chase it some in order to get hold the mouse. But i finally managed to grab it with a fireplace plier. And get it out. The cat was given some of its favorite food as replacement. And was happy with that
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  2. debe

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    The cat decided to bring home dinner & not share with the dog.
     
  3. Markd77

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    One time I saw my old cat caught a rabbit. She had to walk backwards, dragging it.
     
  4. tracecom

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    You need a bigger cat. :)


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  5. THE_RB

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    Mice are good food, you should have let the cat eat it. :)

    Unless you think the mouse was poisoned by a neighbour's baits etc.
     
  6. tracecom

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    Tastes like chicken?
     
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  7. debjit625

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    Come on you should try it and tell us...dude go on we are with you...
     
  8. Markd77

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    If you want to try one, probably best to go to a pet shop that sells reptiles. They will have nice, clean, captive bred mice and rats in the freezer.
    I've got some but I'm not trying one, my snake likes them.
     
  9. maxpower097

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    HAHHAHAHAHA I had a outdoor cat when I was a kid and was shooting dove in my backyard tree's. I nailed one and it droped like a heli with no rotor. I took 1 step to grab it and my F'n cat comes flying out the garage window and snatched it and ran off. Good cat though, she always left us squirles on the steps. Which is cool because in an emergency thats real food.
     
  10. t06afre

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    Nah mice are full of tapeworms. That is the problem not poison. But cats are cats. So I did not yell at the cat or anything else that make it feel bad or unsecure. Just some nice words, some petting and good food. It least it was kind of dead this time. I hate it then I get some kind of animal that is still alive and kicking and as a "gift" dropped on the carpet:eek:
     
  11. magnet18

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    haha, reminds me of one day when i walked out the door on the way to school, there was literally 7 dead mice on the sidewalk
    plenty of squirrels and moles and stuff show up on occasion too
    what sucks is the cats will eat most of them, then just leave one or 2 organs laying on the sidewalk :p
    needless to say, our cats do their job, and we've never had a mouse problem
     
  12. #12

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    Something more than 50 years ago my grandfather gave me roast squirrel meat. Tastes like pot roast (beef). Good, rich, beef flavor (but not at all fatty).

    Haven't tried mice...
     
  13. tracecom

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    If you skin a small squirrel and a large rat, it's very difficult to tell the difference by looking. Cook them both and you can't tell the difference by tasting.
     
  14. tracecom

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    Most cats seem to know not to eat the intestines, or bladder, even if they are hungry. If they're not hungry, they will leave it all.
     
  15. maxpower097

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    I bet Bertus is beating his cats with a rubber hose right now..... Worthless declawed inside cats...... :)
     
  16. strantor

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    Phew, good. Nothing worse than an insecure cat in the house, pouring out it's awkward feline emotions on everybody and constantly doing bad things for the negative attention that it so craves.
     
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  17. t06afre

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    Yeah but if I had to choose one day. Between a grumphy Strantor or the dysfunctional attention demanding cat. I still would choose to have the dysfunctional cat in my house:rolleyes:
     
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  18. maxpower097

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    Anyone have one of those mean azz cats that lures you in then attacks you? My bro's cats like that. Things about 4 beers short of a 6 pack.., but after a while she grows on you. Just you gotta let her approach you and she'll sleep with you, but if you pet her the wrong way, its back to bleeding.
     
  19. shortbus

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    Sounds like my second wife.
     
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  20. maxpower097

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    zing!!! Dats why you gotta catch em in the middle an pounce on em. Like a tiger.Dats de best time mayhine.
     
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