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So, the second half of the story: Cousin got the bunny away from the cats before it was completely dead, and when I couldn’t fix her “new pet” she wanted to sit and watch it die. And take it to another relative’s house and bury it in *their* yard. Took a while to convince her to leave it in a “safe place” (bushes where my cats like to hang out, so they could finish the job). Hey, saves me money on cat food.
By boopingsnoot - / Wednesday 8 August 2018 18:54 /
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By  Mungolikecandy  |  14

When you live with serial killers you have to expect the odd victim.

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  ashwednesday  |  12

Not to mention, the distinct differences between wild animals hunting for food and domestic animals hunting for sport. Housecats play with their prey - not food because they don’t usually have any intention of eating their prey. Watching a lioness take down a gazelle is nothing like watching a housecat slowly kill a mouse or bird.

By  Stuby14  |  19

This is an FML? Be happy you have cats that are actually motivated to hunt. That kid has been too sheltered if a baby bunny being killed is too violent for them.

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  ashwednesday  |  12

...And even if they have, nothing really prepares you for a housecat “hunting”. You ever see a housecat kill a mouse? It’s horrific. The mouse basically screams for help while the housecat slowly tortures it to death.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  14

When you live with serial killers you have to expect the odd victim.

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