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By stop it ninja / Sunday 14 October 2012 07:00 / United States - Fredericksburg
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  Scarshadow101  |  6

True!! She probably just wants your attention. If she removes the cord so often, then you must be on your computer a lot. Go live your life! And give some time to your cat.

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  j5p332  |  6

Here is the hint... Put your power strip where the cat won't step on it. They usually have slots in the back so you can place them under the desk or on the wall using screws.

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  sonicgreg  |  12

83 Or just expose the wire. A nasty shock next time she tries it. She may not be able to try it again afterwards though...

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  ICastillo  |  24

See I told you cats are evil assholes!!

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Yep, my girl doesn't pay me any attention. Then complains that I'm a dick, but still sleeps in my bed and eats my food. #feelingused

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  Crlnprz  |  11

feline pussy*** (:

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  maxmex13  |  7

Which is why the cat must suffer consequences accordingly.

By  GothicAngel17  |  24

Smart little buggers, they are. And they know what they're doing, too. Mine does that to both my Xbox360 and ps3. She opens the disk tray on the Xbox the crafty little shit. It's all part of their plan to dominate the world, I tell you.

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  Enslaved  |  36

6, maybe your cat was high.:P *flashback* I read your profile and see you posted 99 FMLs. Now I see you have 99 problems and a bitch ain't one. It's a kitty that's the problem!(:

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  Dr_Death_Defy  |  0

#6 I completely agree with you. Someday cats will overthrow us as the dominant species. strangely I kind of look forward to this so I can rub it in the faces of all the ass holes that have called me crazy over the years.

By  mikepzz  |  27

your cats an absolute dick.. spray it with water or something lol

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  perdix  |  29

After seeing this, I have to retract the part of my comment #10 about cats being stupid. #8's comment about spraying the cat with water while it's by the power strip did serious damage to my concept of the intelligence of the human race as a whole.

By  perdix  |  29

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Feared  |  9

Cats are smarter than you think. They understand their surroundings fairly well. If pressing a button causes you to flip out, the cat will always remember what to do the next time it wants to fuck with you.

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  Scarshadow101  |  6

OP didn't say it pressed a button, and they didn't say the cord was across the room either. The cat probably just approached OP and saw the cord. My computer's cord is directly underneath my computer, and if a cat swiped at it, it would come out. The fact that you think cats couldn't pull that off and are stupid shows just how ignorant you are.

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  ScarNuts  |  8

I am going to have to agree with Perdix, cats just like any other animal, lack the ability to think.

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  Welshite  |  39

#55: I grew up on a farm so I know exactly how smart animals are and how capable they are at figuring out the solutions to problems. Sometimes they're too intelligent for their own good.

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  cjgirl  |  15

55 - You seriously think animals lack the ability to think? That's just sad... Cats are highly intelligent, and so are most animals. It's been well documented, not to mention proven, that animals think and learn.

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  ScarNuts  |  8

Yes, animals are very smart. Its all instinct. They can't actually think about different situations.

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  cjgirl  |  15

61 - Yes they can think about situations. You really should do some research before you talk about things you clearly know nothing about. Gorillas have been taught sign language, dolphins and rats have learned of foods that are natural birth control and eat it accordingly, and chimps taught themselves to use tools... Orangutans are also highly intelligent and are constantly learning, which requires thinking... Those are just very few examples that animals can, and do, think.

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  ScarNuts  |  8

I have taken philosophy in high school and now psychology in college. I see where you are coming from because I had the hardest time believing it too with owning a golden retriever my whole life but both of them tell me the same thing.

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  cjgirl  |  15

67 - That would only be a valid argument if philosophy and psychology dealt with the abilities of animals to think, which they don't. Also, news flash, humans are animals too.

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  Welshite  |  39

#67: So based on your reasoning, we as humans only act on instinct without the ability to think and solve problems? After all, scientifically speaking, humans are animals too. Edit: #70 beat me to it.

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  evilplatypus  |  35

Scarnuts - In what way is it "instinct" for a cat to turn off a power switch? I'd love to know where cat-ancestors encountered power switches in the wild often enough that it got encoded into who and what they are. Please, remain in school for a looonnnggg time. Humans are by no means special in their ability to reason; we're just slightly ahead of the competition.

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  528Alice491  |  3

Animals do not lack the ability to think! That is insane! Have you never spent time with an animal of any sort?! Obviously they can't run a business, but they aren't just shit machines, animals are intelligent, especially cats, mice pigs, horses, and rats,

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  agonydrum  |  7

Scarnuts, seeing as you're clearly wrong it would probably be best to just stop while your behind, and if after taking your psy class you still think animals aren't cognizant than your professor was either a crap teacher or you were just a crap student

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  LiterOfCola  |  16

67: I feel sorry for your golden retriever. It probably has more thinking capabilities than you do if you can't recognize that everything takes thought. Think about your dog knowing what the word "treat" means, knowing when he/she is supposed to eat or go to bed, or growing affectionate of the owner to the point of protection. Think about the fact that you are thinking right now. You're so clearly wrong.

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