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By kookoocatlady - / Tuesday 1 November 2016 04:31 /
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By  RichardPencil  |  22

"This one is for not bringing us with you to the party!" You should've put on a gray wig, horn-rimmed glasses and an ugly sweater, brought your cats with you and gone as "Your Future Self."

By  joseraph  |  4

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Catdragon  |  40

I beg to differ. I scolded my dog for pooping on the floor and I stepped in it when I woke up. That night, she pooped in my bed right between my legs. I rolled in it when I woke up. She was getting revenge.

By  KrDizzy  |  14

I never understood why people let their cats run free, anyway. I always keep mine inside because of the dangers and as a courtesy to the people around me, since my neighbor's cats love to dig up my garden to piss and shit in it and lay all over my car. I've also had friends lose cats to coyotes or vehicles. No thanks. Rather keep mine inside where she belongs.

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That is all true and why my cats are indoors only, but some cats are absolutely miserable if they can't go outside. It's not usually a problem if you keep an eye on them, control when they can go out, and keep them in your yard.

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  GhostFox  |  33

The problem is that most people that let their cats outside honestly think it's safe to let the cat roam around unsupervised for as far as the cat wants. Unless you are taking the cat out on a leash or letting them out in a completely enclosed area (including a roof), the cat is at risk. The only situation that's even remotely ok if if the cat is a rat catcher on a farm to keep mice out of the storage.

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  nevereyes  |  28

I have both indoor and outdoor cats, why? Mice and other rodents (I live on an acreage in a forest). Mind you many of my outdoor cats are basically feral/wild and they have their own cat house/shelter (can comfortably fit 50 cats)

By  InnocenceBlue  |  28

My cat once shit on my bed while I was at work all day...my family decided rather than clean it up they'd leave it for over 8 hours. I came home to rancid diarrhoea strewn through my sheets and soaked into my mattress. That was not a good day. I feel your pain OP. Cats are amazing but also the worst.

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  Geckosrock99  |  32

Same thing happened to me, but with my iguana. Iguana wasn't left home alone, but nobody felt like cleaning it up. I almost layed in it. Everyone got told off, because if I can't get away with that, neither should they.

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  species4872  |  19

Yeah every time you eat look at the dog, the dog's like Me, got some for me, me, me, where's mine.

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  species4872  |  19

me.

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  species4872  |  19

me.

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