Men who Own Cats...

Discussion in 'Pets' started by mal, Jun 21, 2010.

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Are you a Man who Owns a Cat?... Why?...

Poll closed Jul 1, 2010.
  1. 1.) So I can say I get Home to my Little Pussy...

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  2. 2.) They Taste like Chicken...

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  3. 3.) Dogs are to Masculine...

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  4. 4.) Is a Chihuahua the same as a Cat?... Then Yes.

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  1. mal
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    Don't get it myself... Seems like a Chick Pet, but to each their own...

    I was Curious as to who here does, and why...

    Exclusively a Cat Owner?...

    Own Cat and other Animals?...

    And if the Cat is really your Wife's, then it doesn't count. :lol:

    :)

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    Independent people like cats because they aren't needy.
     
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    Stop Feeding them and let me know how that Idea of yours Plays out... :lol:

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    Currently, I own dogs. I love dogs. Maybe it's because I subconsciously require their unquestioned love and affection. No matter what, they always wag their tails and slobber their love. It's all good with dogs. I hope to own dogs for the rest of my life. The downs side is, they make it tough to travel if you can't take them with you.

    Cats, on the other hand, are excellent pets for those who enjoy getting away for a few days. With enough food and water, cats can be left for a week or so with little worry.
     
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    I'm Allergic, so we don't own any and won't unless it's an Outdoor Dog...

    We have about 5 Stray Cats right now... We don't Feed them but they seem to think that their Eatery is across the Street at the Elderly Couple's House and their Condo is our Patio.

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    I agree that they are independent creatures, but many of them can be very insistent when the mood strikes and they're craving attention.
     
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    Cats are Assholes... Dogs are the Dipshit Friend who trys too hard...

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    Dogs stink and leave big presents every where they go.

    Cats at least don't leave the presents lying around every where you step. True the litter box stinks, but better yet if you can let them be outdoors animals you don't have to worry so much.

    If it were up to me, in my family, we would only have outside cats and no dogs at all. At least we don't have any dogs.

    My son did however buy a ferret a couple weeks ago. Smells a little bit but not near as bad as a stupid mutt. He's the funniest little thing. He was chasing my wife's cat a little while ago. Until the cat had had enough that is, then we pulled him off. I make my son keep the ferret cage in his room and I don't have to deal with the smell either. :lol:

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    I suspect that people who have cats really want a dog but don't want to be bothered with the upkeep.
     

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