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By jaqen h'garrrhghhgfgjhfuck - / Monday 9 June 2014 21:45 / France - Toulon
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  mastamouse  |  12

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  tanekdrachonae  |  19

OP, you're a dumbass. I'd like to see your equilibrium get screwed up and watch you make a fool of yourself. What happened is a completely logical set of events, not your cat being stupid.

By  Nicholas12  |  15

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  aruam365  |  24

It obviously has nothing to do with the intelligence of the cat. If you were spun in circles and then tried to walk, there's a good chance you'd walk into a wall too. Does that make you stupid?

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

31, I wouldn't run into a wall because I would know not to spin in circles that much. I think most people learn from childhood that spinning in circles usually results in dizziness and then injury.

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  brand125  |  17

#66 - good for you, but the point is that if you WERE being spun around you would get dizzy too. in the cats defence it wanted the string, it is its natural instinct to chase it relentlessly wherever the owner moves it, like it would have to for a mouse. the owner made the cat dizzy, not the cats fault...

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

75, I'm not saying it's the cats fault, it's just a baby. I'm just saying that the previous commenter cannot really relate this to me, and I'm sure many others. I also think we should give OP a break seeing as he was just playing with the cat and obviously didn't intend to hurt it.

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  zandalee  |  19

Sorry to say this but I think OP had the brain fart. Poor cat. Hope you took the cat to a vet to see if it was ok, once it had gained consciousness OP.

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