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By Spelit - / Friday 13 August 2010 19:45 / United States
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By  Hikarishimizu  |  13

YDI for leaving your cat in the living room with all the paint fumes, which could have killed it. F the cats life, not yours. He/she probably rubbed up against the walls for revenge.

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My cat steped in the paint pan and tracked little white foot prints across the whole house. As that wasn't enough. he did it again the next day when were finishing up. I feel for you OP. I'm stating to think we should have installed the doors Before painting the walls.

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  ZleveL  |  0

156 atleast they don't bark all the time and they cam take care of themselves and you don't have to walk them. and they don't lick you with disgusting slober everywhere

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  Cupcakeshizz  |  0

once when my mum was painting a wall upstairs ny kitten somehow tipped over the paintcan and got totally covered in blue paint from head to toe, but luckily we stopped her before she walked outside the room :D

By  Hikarishimizu  |  13

YDI for leaving your cat in the living room with all the paint fumes, which could have killed it. F the cats life, not yours. He/she probably rubbed up against the walls for revenge.

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  rasta_pasta  |  4

It's an animal, it doesn't care about you anymore than a damn rock does. People need to stop anthropomorphizing their pets and trying to convince others to the same. No one cares how "cute" your stupid animal is and no once cares about your damn pet stories.

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  rasta_pasta  |  4

My heart's in my damn chest pumping my blood where it belongs. and 68# just because an animal can grasp the fact that its owner is its meal ticket does not mean they "care". They're animals, not people.

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  loveurlifeJK  |  5

rasta_pasta sounds like he hasn't got any in years... if ever. Stop being a grouch, dude. You're acting like the Grinch, which ironically is what you were bitching about earlier.

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