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The illustrated FMLs
By Anonymous - / Sunday 11 April 2010 19:11 / United States
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  wishard33  |  14

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  number1dukie  |  14

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  tabaleah  |  14

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  Jessi_Rose96  |  14

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  ilovecodyscott  |  14

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  daniisme  |  14

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  StoryOfTheYear  |  14

Colin, my old dog never got dirty cuz it was an indoor dog, and when it needed to do it's business, it went to the neighbors yard and crapped on their dogs crap. our yard was clean as a whistle :) who says dogs can't be smart

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  Person1233  |  14

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  RODEOqueen  |  14

Solution: Stop letting your cat come and go as it pleases. There is this thing called a door... And I've had dogs bring dead rabbits, snakes, and squirrels to my doorstep. They are carnivorous animals, it should be expected.

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  ScaryyMary  |  14

mfmylifesrsly, search "dog" and you get 18 pages. Search "cat" and you get 30. Yes, more pages for cats, but still plenty about dogs. This is also disregarding any FMLs about dogs that only say the breed of the dog and not the word "dog" itself. Sure, this also applies to cats, but dogs are more likely to be referred to by the breed than cats. So you're pretty much wrong...

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  cball64  |  14

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  adriana012  |  14

JIMMY OMG! i just saw your comment xD DUDEE how come you hate cats! THEY ARE ADORABLE! But dogs > cats, i admit it. But still, i'm totally gonna beat yo ass up!

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  sharpl916  |  14

I had a dog once but I think the Chinese communist next door stole her... I got a cat after that and it disappeared too!! Just what animals do I have to own that would keep their chopstick away?

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  AziraLevana  |  14

Actually, there are two reasons for the cat's behaviour: firstly, she loves you - but unlike a dog, the critters she gives you aren't a sign of honour, but a sign of mothering, which brings us to the second reason: she is giving you hunting lessons. This is why she does not kill the prey. She's noticed your appaling lack of hunting skills and so brings live prey for you to catch and kill by yourself, so you learn to kill your own food. She loves you and wants you to be able to survive on your own, so she's bringing home "practice prey".

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  AziraLevana  |  14

This is the difference between cats and dogs when it comes to dead things: dogs want to honour you and show you respect by doing the hard work, and preparing you a meal, as it were - whereas cats are trying to make sure you have food AND that you learn to prepare your own meals in future.

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Thank god, we have someone that actually understands the feline animal. The cat just thinks you suck at hunting, OP, and unfortunately, you've landed on lesson number two, killing :/ Your kitty wants you to learn how to hunt

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  AngelSpit  |  14

Theres also another interpretation of the "Live gift" from cats either you've been adopted by your cat or your cat holds you in such high standards that it's brining you something alive to let you have the kill. Of course since you didn't kill its little gift you're now probably getting hunting lessons :D

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  senyah  |  14

It is not a sign of gratitude. The cat is trying to teach you to give it the food it would naturally eat. Like it would with it's young, it is trying to teach you to hunt.

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  Sky_Mary  |  14

You suck Story, that's their way of loving because they look at you like other cats, and since cats eat small rodents they give them to you as gifts thinking that you'll like them, dogs don't give you gifts, if you think about it they want more than they give you, yes I know what you're supposed to give them love care food shelter, etc. but the same goes for a cat but at least a cat tries to repay you for it weather or not you like they think you'll like it, dog's may fetch, but cats show affection which is something anything intelligent needs, unlike all you cat haters for not seeing the cats point of view, and cats don't drink from the toilet, and no even if you clean a toilet, doesn't me it is actually clean, bacterium to over 200 per hour.

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  Flinlock  |  14

Fuck PETA. Even if you are an animal rights activist you should hate PETA... Do some fact-checking with how they handle the animals they take from people. Almost all of them are put down reguardless of their condition or disposition.

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  massagenist  |  6

what does the cat do with them play the choking game while she drags them in ? also do the chipmunks sing like on tv ? maybe she likes the entertainment ? shes a true pussy for not killing them.

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  AziraLevana  |  6

No, she's endeavouring to teach her "inadequate human" how to catch her own food. Cats are truly dismayed at our inability to hunt and catch our own prey with our own bodies. She's being an excellent foster mother, not a pussy at all.

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  weinerdog  |  6

wrong - why do many cat owners think that their neighbor's yards/backyards are freely available to their cats? Just as my dog has no business wandering around your property, your cat has NO BUSINESS on mine.

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My sisters have two cats, and to my knowledge they've never gone into anyone elses property. Then again, I live on 4 acres of land, so that might have something to do with it.

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  Sammara  |  6

Agreed! My cat is an indoor cat, and she is perfectly happy. Indoor cats live longer and are healthier than outdoor cats. I had two indoor/outdoor cats get hit and killed by cars growing up, and one was shot with by a teen neighbor with a bb gun. Just keep the damn cat inside! Oh, and you can retrain an outdoor cat to be an indoor cat. Just ask my former stray.

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