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smiley_cow wrote:The laws here are that cats and dogs can't leave your property without a leash.
I suddenly realised that I can't recall ever seeing a cat on a leash.

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Epoch Four wrote:I suddenly realised that I can't recall ever seeing a cat on a leash.
It is both hilarious and hilarious.
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My life is now complete.

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Urg. I have a headache. I refuse to take responsibility for anything.
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smiley_cow wrote:The laws here are that cats and dogs can't leave your property without a leash. But we have so many free roaming cats in this neighbourhood (and a few dogs) and nobody's particularly concerned. Though I hear it's common in richer neighbourhoods for uptight neighbours to set up cat traps and call animal control. I even have one aunt who lost a cat to a neighbour who set out poison cat food for free roaming cats.
But if you don't dognap, how else will you get dogs?
That's pretty brutal, but here in Perth at least I don't feel sorry for cats that go missing, since we have so many protect native animals around that they kill. Plus the fact that a cat out in the wild breeds into some stupidly large and vicious feral cat completely within something like two generations of breeding. Feral cats are a big problem, and are pretty scary. (WARNING IT IS A DEAD CAT IMAGE)
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You should breed cats with a taste for cane toads. There was an old lady who swallowed a fly...
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The history of ecological disasters striking Australia is painfully amusing. The whole country is just a big case study.


I took photos of Antonio, but because my phone is... a not smart phone, I'll have to send them to someone with a smartphone who can then e-mail them back to me.
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Does that make it a dumb phone?
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GUTCHUCKER wrote:Does that make it a dumb phone?
I often call it that, yes. It's rugged though, and I like it.
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It's not a good phone unless it can take a beating. Just like a good wooooooooooooooooooooooodblock.
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If those are lyrics, I'm completely missing them.

I can honestly count the number of songs I know the words too on all my appendages.

e: fixed... spelling.
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Finally got around to sending the pictures I took of my neighbor's cat to my friend with a smartphone so he could message them to me.

Antonio!
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A text preview of what may be our fifthish cat and sixthish animal. I might have a video this weekend.

My girlfriend works for the Maryland SPCA, mostly with the cats. She is constantly threatening to bring home another cat. They recently got a calico female kitten that is teeny tiny, already had a back leg amputated and now she needs most of her tail amputated. It is assumed she was hit by a car. My girlfriend swears she is coming home and she is adorable.
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Apparently the neighbours were having a massive party or something so when I got to the boyfriend's house Anniecat was freaking out because of all the cars and people, so she ran over to me and was all lovey-dovey and lap-sitty over a familiar face.

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At one point she kind of blissed out with her eyes rolled back in her head and a bit of drooling when I was scratching her ear, but my phone was in my pocket so I didn't get a picture of that :/
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