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By kitty / Sunday 11 November 2012 10:10 / Australia
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35- and after that she said "get a new cat" because she wanted to pretend that her comment wasn't complete bullshit... I swear, sometimes these idiots amuse me more than the FML at hand.

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27 - While I do agree that thumbing into oblivion is fun, I also think moderating is the lowest of the low. It proves that not even the FML gods can stand seeing that comment on the website, and so they manually remove it.

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85 - They probably thought it was a stray and believe they are doing the right thing by caring for it. My sister has a butt-load of stray cats in her backyard that she feeds (and named). One by one she takes them to the vet to get fixed each month. We used to have a stray in our backyard that we named and fed.

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Cheated on? Dude, it's not even your cat anymore! I'm sorry, you should really go talk to your neighbor. Tell them since it's practically their cat, they can pay vet bills, see if they still want her. ;)

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Because dogs never run away, right? Please. Animals go where they are treated well and where they find "love". If you're a douche, your dog would do the same thing if a neighbor was giving it love. OP, maybe just train the cat to be an indoor cat? That would pretty much solve your problem. Although, then you'll have to deal with howling and scratching and a very bad tempered cat for a while.

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Where I live, you either have an indoor cat, or a coyote snack. Too many people move into this neighbourhood with outdoor cats and think the cats have just "run away". Because of where I live, I've never even considered letting an animal spend most of its time outside. On my property alone we have an owl and a colony of raccoons, and once you've seen a cat attacked by raccoons, you never consider having anything but an indoor cat again.

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exactly, outside they can get all kinds of diseases and run he risk of getting hit by a car or becoming a coyote snack. I see it everyday, I work in a vet ER. Domestic cats are not ment to live outside.

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Yeah seriously. I live on the north end of a city that's surrounded by woodlands, and we recently spotted a bear in the tree in our back yard. Our cat stays inside, thanks.

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In Australia a cats biggest threat is a possum stealing it's food? Ok that's complete bullshit. A) Possums aren't the only dangerous thing up here. B) Have you seen the fucking possums we can get over here? I had a massive vet bill to pay after my cat got shredded by a possum. Said possum almost took my dads hand off as he saved the cat.

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Not to mention other cats and dogs. My cat broke a window so we had no choice but to let him out until it got fixed and there's a cat that hung around that was rumoured to be picking off other cats in the neighborhood. My cat had like 3 abcesses at any given time from defending himself from this cat. He's healthy now that we moved to my parents' place. They have a dingo cross (not sure of the other half) who kept going for him. He's settled now and they're best mates xP

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