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Ace of Spades Pet Thread, April 1

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Subject: Fire Hose Anti-Cat Suit + Pit Pocket Shirts

Although we see merit in the Pipin' Hot Pit Pocket Shirt and Fire Hose Anti-Cat Suit, at this time these concepts have not yet moved to production. We encourage you to shop our existing collection of durable Fire Hose goods and function-first shirts for work and play.

Happy April Fools' Day!

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Good afternoon and welcome to the almost world famous Ace of Spades Pet Thread. Thanks for stopping by. Kick back and enjoy the world of animals.

Would you like a treat?

Let's relax a little with the animals and leave the world of politics and current events outside today.

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Or are there alternate means of control????

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Meet The PetMorons

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I'm just a very serious lurker. The sisters are Spice and Sugar. Sugar lived to be 17, Spice to 19. Next was Zeeva a shelter kitty who I always said was my "Siamese mutt"; she had the seal point coat and blue eyes but not the voice. The vet said was probably 16-17 years old when she passed. Now I am owned by Chessie the railroad kitty. Purebred Lynx Siamese who was surrendered to Austin Pets Alive because of her one white toe and crooked tail. She is a real lover.

You can call me ryobimike. First used that moniker on AOL in the early 90s LOL!

I'm starting to detect a theme in the appearance of these cats. They're all beautiful. It appears that Chessie is another studious MoronCat.

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From Jewells:

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This is Hope. She is a stray so we have no backstory. They estimate her age at 15. She has multiple problems including hip dysplasia, a growth on her mouth, she's deaf and has no teeth. Still, she's a sweet old thing and loves attention. I spent a lot of time with her last Wednesday and she ate up all the love!

Awww, Hope! We've had some dogs with some of those problems. She does look sweet.

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Sangria's Big Day

She's ten months old now, and vet said it was time. She isn't happy with the cone but not too grumpy!

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Those are some wide kitty eyes! Best wishes to Sangria for a quick recovery!

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I post as Sgt. Mom most places, and I have sent you pics of our various pet morons, notably Miso the white kitten disguised on the fake snow under the Christmas tree.

Well, Miso - barely eight or nine months old herself, had gotten out and had a brief romantic interlude with a handsome ginger tom. Our fault, since we didn't think she could go into heat without making a noisy business about it ... but anyway, in late January, Miso produced a litter of six kittens, whom my daughter nicknamed "The Marshmallows" - two Toasted Marshmallows, one Lightly Toasted, two Fluffy Marshmallows and one Plain Marshmallow. Miso allowed us to handle the kittens as soon as they were born (on the living room sofa, as it turned out - which fortunately had a washable cover.)

The Toasteds, the Lightly Toasted, and one of the Fluffies have all gone to their Forever Homes, and the other Fluffy is spoken for. But the Plain Marshmallow - a female white shorthair - is still available. She is charming, affectionate, and basically already human-oriented. She was the smallest and last-born of the litter. If there are any South Texas Morons - especially if they are writers - who would like to adopt a blue-eyed white kitten of an affectionate nature - let me know. (Pics of Miso and the litter on the last day they were all together, and of Plain Marshmallow are attached.)

"The Marshmallows"! And Miso!

A great opportunity for a lucky Moron to adopt a beutiful kitten. Let us know . . .

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More cats than dogs today! Thank you each and everyone for sharing your pets with us.

If you would like to send pet and/or animal stories, links, etc. for the Ace of Spades Pet Thread, the address is:

petmorons at protonmail dot com

Remember to include the nic by which you wish to be known when you comment at AoSHQ, or let us know if you want to remain a lurker.

Until next Saturday, have a great week!

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If you start feeling nostalgic, here a link to last week's Pet Thread, the Ace of Spades Pet Thread, March 25 Some special PetMoron stories and photos there.

I closed the comments on this post so you wouldn't get banned for commenting on a week-old post, but don't try it anyway.

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1 Happy Caturday everyone

Posted by: Skip at April 01, 2023 03:24 PM (xhxe8)

2 Critters!

Posted by: Duke Lowell at April 01, 2023 03:24 PM (u73oe)

3 I needed a anti-cat suit, my girls were well armed

Posted by: Skip at April 01, 2023 03:24 PM (xhxe8)

4 My Paisley has a talent for sad eyes. Well not so much sad as serious. Whatever she's up to it's serious.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 03:28 PM (VdGjU)

5 What a beautiful pack of pets.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 03:29 PM (VdGjU)

6 My Mitten likes to pull herself up in my lap when I am sitting in one particular office chair. My right thigh is like a pincushion from her clawing her way up.

Bless the animals and all the people who love and care for them!

Posted by: gp at April 01, 2023 03:29 PM (MvF+J)

7 so many lovely pets!

lots o pretty kitties - love the siamese they are a little cray cray like my bengal

Posted by: BlackOrchid at April 01, 2023 03:30 PM (w0NJk)

8 Lucy the Fink is on my lap purring up a storm. She's such a sweet friend.

Posted by: nurse ratched at April 01, 2023 03:33 PM (U2p+3)

9 Lucy the Fink is on my lap purring up a storm. She's such a sweet friend.
Posted by: nurse ratched

Purring is a wonderful sound.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 03:34 PM (VdGjU)

10 Appropriately, April first, 1995 my surprise present from an old GF was hatched. Green nape rainbow lory. A natural joker, would mock me "come here you hear me!" as he'd walk away backwards and laugh. Still miss you, little guy.

Somewhere there is a butcher veterinarian with very bad karma.

Posted by: Commissar of Plenty and Lysenko solutions at April 01, 2023 03:35 PM (/g8G1)

11 Yay pet thread!

Invasion of the kittehs today!! All very lovely!

Posted by: jewells45 fuck cancer at April 01, 2023 03:35 PM (wagHN)

12 Eric Frank Russell wrote a short story called Into Your Tent I'll Creep about the first aliens who arrived on Earth and the one alien who discovered the insidious plan that domestic dogs have.

And yes, big, sad, dewy eyes and a slight cock of the head had a lot to do with it.

Posted by: Kindltot at April 01, 2023 03:36 PM (xhaym)

13 Yay pet thread. Great looking group of moronimals.

Posted by: olddog in mo at April 01, 2023 03:36 PM (ju2Fy)

14 Purring is a wonderful sound.

My Senegal purrs. Agreed.

Posted by: Commissar of Plenty and Lysenko solutions at April 01, 2023 03:36 PM (/g8G1)

15 The last 'marshmallow' LOL. If female, could be named Pinky? Love the lil pink ears, nose & toes!

Pink Marshmallow

Posted by: JQ at April 01, 2023 03:37 PM (o0Fxd)

16 Hey Jewells!

Thank you for all the energy, effort, time and LOVE you give to all those doggos. Good for you!

Posted by: nurse ratched at April 01, 2023 03:37 PM (U2p+3)

17 Nice Pets Y'all!...

Posted by: Hairyback Guy at April 01, 2023 03:37 PM (R/m4+)

18 I have a sore and swollen little finger. Maybe I get too close to Paisley's front teeth she could get the puss out.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 03:40 PM (VdGjU)

19 I managed to get a great pic of three of my cats (Penny, Jasmine, and Kaylee) perched in their cat trees next to my office window yesterday.

It's very rare for them to be all in the same pic together. They get along well, but are seldom in close proximity.

Posted by: "Perfessor" Squirrel at April 01, 2023 03:43 PM (BpYfr)

20 Thanks Nurse!

Posted by: jewells45 fuck cancer at April 01, 2023 03:43 PM (wagHN)

21 ryobimike--

I got a serious heart pang from looking at your beautiful Siamese. The year before I was born my mom got a seal point Siamese female she named Pooh Pooh. (The 1950s were a more innocent time.) Pooh Pooh and I were inseparable throughout my childhood. Most of the pictures I have of me include the cat. She died at the age of 20 when I was in college. (Interestingly, this all happened in Austin as well.)

She was a brave, smart, loving, dignified girl. I still miss her 50 years later.

Posted by: Art Rondelet of Malmsey at April 01, 2023 03:43 PM (fTtFy)

22 I was going to take The Paise to the pub Friday but she was too barky.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 03:47 PM (VdGjU)

23 Hope has a very sweet face *ear scritches*

Posted by: San Franpsycho at April 01, 2023 03:47 PM (265/A)

24 Duluth Trading Co. makes some nice clothes but they really run large

Posted by: 18-1 at April 01, 2023 03:48 PM (lc5cP)

25 > Duluth Trading Co. makes some nice clothes but they really run large
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So do I

Posted by: Martini Farmer at April 01, 2023 03:50 PM (Q4IgG)

26 It's very rare for them to be all in the same pic together. They get along well, but are seldom in close proximity.
Posted by: "Perfessor" Squirrel at April 01, 2023 03:43 PM (BpYfr)


I got a picture this morning of my wife and the four cats all asleep on the bed

Posted by: Kindltot at April 01, 2023 03:51 PM (xhaym)

27 Anyone ever take a night train in Europe? I've gotten an opportunity to go to Europe later in the year and this seems to be one way people go around there.

Posted by: 18-1 at April 01, 2023 03:51 PM (lc5cP)

28 Plain Marshmallow looks like my sister kitteh, Bacall.

Posted by: polynikes at April 01, 2023 03:51 PM (pBEqG)

29 cat bites get really infected. Don't risk it, and either get antibiotic creme on that finger, or soak in hot epsoms salt water. Preferably both.

Posted by: Kindltot at April 01, 2023 03:53 PM (xhaym)

30 Hope is a beauty!!

Posted by: Huck Follywood at April 01, 2023 03:53 PM (Um4ok)

31 When Paisley comes up carrying her formerly stuffed dog she looks like she means business. Makes me smile.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 03:54 PM (VdGjU)

32 I got a picture this morning of my wife and the four cats all asleep on the bed
Posted by: Kindltot at April 01, 2023 03:51 PM (xhaym)
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Nice!

Posted by: "Perfessor" Squirrel at April 01, 2023 03:54 PM (BpYfr)

33 29 This is true.

Posted by: gp at April 01, 2023 03:55 PM (MvF+J)

34 I've bought about three dozen or more cat toys since I got my kittehs five years ago. One of the first was a catnip filled banana. It remains their favorite even though it's been reduced to a piece of dirty yellow cloth. I wake up in the morning and it could be in any number of places in the house. That's the only way I know they play with it.

Posted by: polynikes at April 01, 2023 03:58 PM (pBEqG)

35 Those Siamese are just lovely. I’ve never had one. Are they as vocal as is said?

Posted by: LadyS at April 01, 2023 03:58 PM (VGiJY)

36 We now have 9 dogs at Shep's so we're pretty much at capacity. It's a very small house! Thankfully Charlie, Roscoe, Lily, Maggie and Dutch are all integrated so they can hang out in the living room and kitchen area. Elmer and Mars and JJ are in the kennel and Hope is in the workroom. The goal is to get them all integrated but that doesn't always happen.

Posted by: jewells45 fuck cancer at April 01, 2023 04:03 PM (wagHN)

37 Afternoon, folken,

The kitten in the "Anti-Cat Suit" depiction looks much like Dagny Sophia the Siberian kitten!

The Siamese are gorgeous, Sangria is beautifully marked, and The Marshmallows are great. With sangria, the neck cone was necessary post-alteration to keep her from working the stitches out, I guess? Will I have to do the same to Dagny? Her time is soon, probably this month.

Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius, Dreaming of Elsewhere at April 01, 2023 04:03 PM (omVj0)

38 My Mitten likes to pull herself up in my lap when I am sitting in one particular office chair. My right thigh is like a pincushion from her clawing her way up.

Bless the animals and all the people who love and care for them!
Posted by: gp at April 01, 2023


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The skin of my left arm, the inner elbow, is roughened and a little reddened from Stirling's near-daily kneading and nuzzling. I don't want him to stop, but the claws are annoying. If I put a washcloth over the area, though, he won't work me. I guess I'll just keep putting some skin lotion on the area every day.

Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius, Dreaming of Elsewhere at April 01, 2023 04:05 PM (omVj0)

39 I've bought about three dozen or more cat toys since I got my kittehs five years ago. One of the first was a catnip filled banana. It remains their favorite even though it's been reduced to a piece of dirty yellow cloth. I wake up in the morning and it could be in any number of places in the house. That's the only way I know they play with it.
Posted by: polynikes at April

Do cats destroy their toys like dogs dogs do.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 04:06 PM (VdGjU)

40 Siamese are just lovely. I’ve never had one. Are they as vocal as is said?
Posted by: LadyS
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Not sure if this is indicative of all Siamese cats, but UTube has several vids.

https://youtu.be/Oqf1EaYy2PA

Posted by: olddog in mo at April 01, 2023 04:08 PM (ju2Fy)

41 Now I am owned by Chessie the railroad kitty. Purebred Lynx Siamese who was surrendered to Austin Pets Alive because of her one white toe and crooked tail.

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I can't believe people can do that, give up a good-natured healthy animal because of a couple of "flaws." Stirling the all-black cat had one white whisker as a small kitten; I used to tell him, "You need to lose that or back you go to the shelter at Vicksburg." But *of course* I didn't mean it! (He lost the whisker in middle kittenhood.)

Dagny's tail is shorter than it should be for her breed. But I didn't adopt her to show her or breed her, but to be my friend.

Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius, Dreaming of Elsewhere at April 01, 2023 04:09 PM (omVj0)

42 Sangria seems resigned to the cone now fortunately, she's got six more days. The first night she laid on the floor and kept hitting the cone against it--very good flopping fish impression. Today she's just moping quietly.

Posted by: Lirio100 at April 01, 2023 04:09 PM (w/VHS)

43 Thanks, olddog in mo. Will check out the vids.

Posted by: LadyS at April 01, 2023 04:09 PM (VGiJY)

44 The vet who did the spay said ten days with a cone, and yes, it's to keep the cat from licking or picking at the incision/stitches. I was a little surprised at ten days, although if she's doing well they'll let her off with nine.

Posted by: Lirio100 at April 01, 2023 04:13 PM (w/VHS)

45 A friend of mine has a Himalayan kittuh. He's a beauty of a cat. Very friendly. When I visit, he's runs over and jumps in my lap for pets. Kittuh then proceeds to tell me about his day. Himalaya Kittuh is very 'talkative'. A whole array of kittuh sounds.

Posted by: Puddleglum at April 01, 2023 04:13 PM (sAmhv)

46 Do cats destroy their toys like dogs dogs do.
Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023


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Over time, on small toys, yes. Bigger toys, not so much. I have a stuffed winged horse, a Pegasus, that once belonged to Mrs. Wolfus No. 2 as a child, and which Arizona the part-Maine Coon appropriated as his own. He'd carry it around in his mouth like a dead rat and tussle with it when he thought no one was looking. It's probably 50+ years old now, hasn't been played with by a cat since 1999, and while dingy, it's intact.

Stirling tore the dangly toy part from one of his cat toys-on-a-stick, though.

Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius, Dreaming of Elsewhere at April 01, 2023 04:13 PM (omVj0)

47 If I put a washcloth over the area, though, he won't work me. I guess I'll just keep putting some skin lotion on the area every day.
Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius
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When Huck was alive I used to sleep with a terrycloth hand towel for same reason. He loved to knead on my clavicle. The towel did not deter him.

Posted by: olddog in mo at April 01, 2023 04:14 PM (ju2Fy)

48 Lily the corgi, she'll be 4 this December, sleeps between our feet in the bed. She eats twice daily, 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., and wakes up hungry.

Lily wakes me up with her nose in my face, as if to say, "let's go out, then I eat!"

A demure 24 pounds, she's a little petite, she does this routine every single morning.

Do all corgis behave like Lily?

Posted by: Mr Gaga at April 01, 2023 04:16 PM (KiBMU)

49 When Huck was alive I used to sleep with a terrycloth hand towel for same reason. He loved to knead on my clavicle. The towel did not deter him.
Posted by: olddog in mo at April 01, 2023


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I'm too flattered by the attention, that he is so relaxed with me or thinks that I'm his mother, to want him to stop.

He's here sprawled on the couch next to me.

Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius, Dreaming of Elsewhere at April 01, 2023 04:17 PM (omVj0)

50 Thanks for the beautiful pictures and interesting commentary,
everyone.

Posted by: FenelonSpoke at April 01, 2023 04:19 PM (FUVRY)

51 Cont.

My friend's wife found that Himalayan Kittuh in a dumpster, meowing. So she brought it home and my friend, who didn't want another critter (2 german Sheppard's and 2 cats at the time) decided to clean kittuh up. While giving it a flea bath, kitten starting purring and licking my friends hand. He caved and now they have this beautiful Himalayan kittuh who was thrown in a dumpster. They've had him for over a decade. Not sure how old it is.

Posted by: Puddleglum at April 01, 2023 04:19 PM (sAmhv)

52 Hah. Both cats came running to me when playing vids of "talking" Siamese cats. They're like, "WTH is that?"

Posted by: olddog in mo at April 01, 2023 04:21 PM (ju2Fy)

53 He caved and now they have this beautiful Himalayan kittuh who was thrown in a dumpster. They've had him for over a decade. Not sure how old it is.
Posted by: Puddleglum at April 01, 2023


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In the case of the late Angelique the blue-eyed tabby point Siberian, she found me in an empty parking lot on an August Saturday 20 years ago: came up crying, and eagerly leaped into my lap in the car. Clearly she was purebred and a lost pet, but newspaper ads and checking with local vets brought up nothing. She lived happily with Miss Linda for almost 10 years to the day and passed easily in her sleep at age 11 or so.

Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius, Dreaming of Elsewhere at April 01, 2023 04:23 PM (omVj0)

54 Hah. Both cats came running to me when playing vids of "talking" Siamese cats. They're like, "WTH is that?"
Posted by: olddog in mo at April 01, 2023


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Neither of mine twitched a whisker.

Posted by: Wolfus Aurelius, Dreaming of Elsewhere at April 01, 2023 04:25 PM (omVj0)

55 Get a First Class Eurailpass. I think they still exist.

Got to buy it here before you go, or you used to.

Posted by: Chatterbox Mouse at April 01, 2023 04:25 PM (5u1+1)

56 Puddleglum, I’m glad the sweet Himalayan found a good home.
People…

Posted by: LadyS at April 01, 2023 04:26 PM (VGiJY)

57 Listening to Enya's "Shepherd Moons" CD.

Very melancholy, but what a voice. Suits my mood today.

Lost love.

Posted by: Chatterbox Mouse at April 01, 2023 04:29 PM (5u1+1)

58 Bogie got a nice long walk and a warm shampoo and conditioning today. He looked so silky, then rolled around the floor to regain that scruffy JRT look. He's liking the warmer weather and longer walks. I've been leashing him in the yard after he dug up some yard and killed a vole. I don't mind him hunting, but I had the experience with a surgery for blockage with one of my Spitz.

Posted by: CN at April 01, 2023 04:29 PM (Zzbjj)

59 I've never been a real cat owner, but today's moron kitties are lovely. Chessie has the sweetest face.

Posted by: CN at April 01, 2023 04:31 PM (Zzbjj)

60 Good- lookin' non-human family unit members.

Posted by: Eromero at April 01, 2023 04:32 PM (z3WCn)

61 >>I can't believe people can do that, give up a good-natured healthy animal because of a couple of "flaws.

The shelters in RI get together twice a year and put on a mass adoption event. That's where I found Elvis.

There were over 300 dogs at the event. Puppies, older dogs, dogs with infirmities, the whole range. And almost every one of them got adopted.

I've had a lot of Goldens and they all came from good breeders. Loved every one of them but none of them more than Elvis. It baffles me why people throw away these beautiful gifts. Whatever love I show him comes back tenfold. The only flaw he has is I missed his first 6 months.

Posted by: JackStraw at April 01, 2023 04:33 PM (ZLI7S)

62 ❗❗ Notice, 1 April:

Beginning in May, no one can have a "pet" cat or a "pet" dog, but they are allowed as a food source. Supported by Oriental restaurants and Preznit Obawma.

Posted by: U.S. Bureau of Regulatory Regulating at April 01, 2023 04:35 PM (E78bp)

63 If I lived in Texas I might drive and get that little marshmallow girl! Except my tortoiseshell Susannah would not tolerate a new female, I don't think.

Posted by: skywch at April 01, 2023 04:36 PM (uqhmb)

64 Great pet pictures today!
I've been around several Siamese cats, and they are chatty in my experience. My cat isn't really chatty, but if I ask him a question he always has an answer. "How are you today, Dexter?" "meow-rrr" he'll say. Dexter and I had communication breakthrough lately. If he is in the back yard and I want him to come I just say "in" and in he goes.
Thanks for giving Hope a chance!
We are having a spectacular sunny day with practically no wind. Very welcome.

Posted by: gourmand du jour at April 01, 2023 04:36 PM (jTmQV)

65 My white sister kitteh yells at me like a diva who didn't get their spritzer delivered to her immediately. In my kittehs case it's yelling at me until either we go for a walk or she just wants to be petted. I've learned to tune her out but she's very persistent .

Posted by: polynikes at April 01, 2023 04:36 PM (pBEqG)

66 Moose the lab says hello to everyone.

Posted by: Mr Aspirin Factory at April 01, 2023 04:38 PM (i0Kzs)

67 Moose the lab says hello to everyone.
Posted by: Mr Aspirin Factory at April 01, 2023 04:38 PM (i0Kzs)
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Is this the same Moose out front that shoulda told ya?

Posted by: "Perfessor" Squirrel at April 01, 2023 04:41 PM (BpYfr)

68 Moose the lab says hello to everyone.

Moose the chiweenie says hi too! He had a trip to the groomers this morning. He was NOT happy. He still suffers from separation anxiety something fierce so it's a challenge. Now, he won't get out of the car, you have to pick him up to take him inside lol!

Posted by: jewells45 fuck cancer at April 01, 2023 04:42 PM (wagHN)

69 More cats than dogs? Is it raining cats only? Come to think of it, there are more cats then dogs here now. 3-2. First time in 12 years.

Posted by: leber at April 01, 2023 04:43 PM (E7KPo)

70 I never had a problem with boarding our dogs temporarily when we went on trips but I can't seem to convince myself to do the same with my kittehs now. I'm trying to see which friends of mine would be willing to feed and change the litter box for my trips lasting over two days. I'm jaded now and wouldn't trust anyone else in my house . Even professional services.

Posted by: polynikes at April 01, 2023 04:45 PM (pBEqG)

71 We are better humans for having pets, and pets are thankful for having us.

Posted by: Skip at April 01, 2023 04:50 PM (xhxe8)

72 Posted by: jewells45 fuck cancer at April 01, 2023 04:42 PM (wagHN)

You probably already know that chihuahuas are one person dogs. Loyal to a fault,

Posted by: polynikes at April 01, 2023 04:50 PM (pBEqG)

73 Not just pets as we often see on the Cafe. Saw a YouTube 2 deer hunters came across a young buck whose leg was caught in a wire fence. The calmed him and got him out unharmed. It was amazing to see how the buck appreciated the rescue and they gave him some head scratches and sent him off.

Posted by: Skip at April 01, 2023 04:54 PM (xhxe8)

74 Thanks, KT! Really enjoying the pics and anecdotes of the Moron pets. It's a lovely moment of grace in a difficult week. Our brown tabby w/ white boy Casey is warming my lap as I read.

Posted by: Barkingmad59, wandering lurkette at April 01, 2023 04:54 PM (2S0vu)

75 Happy Caturday!!!

Posted by: vmom stabby stabby stabby stabby stabamillion at April 01, 2023 04:58 PM (yu8eA)

76 What's the pet thread email address? Don't worry nothing Paisley related.

Posted by: That Northern skulker at April 01, 2023 05:01 PM (VdGjU)

77 You probably already know that chihuahuas are one person dogs. Loyal to a fault

Yes they are but he's also part dachshund which makes for some interesting times in our house lol!

Posted by: jewells45 fuck cancer at April 01, 2023 05:05 PM (wagHN)

78 76 it's at the bottom of the post.

Posted by: Infidel at April 01, 2023 05:05 PM (/0+YE)

79 "Thanks, KT! Really enjoying the pics and anecdotes of the Moron pets. It's a lovely moment of grace in a difficult week. "

Yes it has been a difficult week and the pet pictures are so soothing. Makes me happy looking at them

Posted by: Tuna at April 01, 2023 05:05 PM (gLRfa)

80 It's a gorgeous day. Nice walk for doggeh

Posted by: vmom stabby stabby stabby stabby stabamillion at April 01, 2023 05:06 PM (yu8eA)

81 Lovely pet thread!!! My cat is curled around my arm while I scroll, digging his claws in because he loves me. The fire hose suit would have been useful when we were bathing him yesterday.

18-1: definitely book a first class cabin. It isn't that much more expensive than coach, and you are much safer. Plus the amenities, like turn down and a porter checking on you, are rather nice! During the day, coach is fine. But don't take any risks when you are sleeping.

Posted by: Moki at April 01, 2023 05:07 PM (JrN/x)

82 Also, polynikes we are his third owner. The first owner decided she didn't want him anymore after paying $500 for him because she was pregnant. Then a friend rescued him and kept him until my daughter could take him. But he's been with us for 8 years. Sweetest little boy on the planet!

Posted by: jewells45 fuck cancer at April 01, 2023 05:07 PM (wagHN)

83 Hiya Moki !

Posted by: JT at April 01, 2023 05:07 PM (T4tVD)

84 Scout is dozing on my lap as I watch Warrior on the HBO. A nice lazy Saturday.

Posted by: Pug Mahon at April 01, 2023 05:09 PM (UQUAY)

85 JT!!! How are you my friend??

Posted by: Moki at April 01, 2023 05:09 PM (JrN/x)

86 Big temperature swing here in Bourbon Country. The cats are going wild.

Posted by: Martini Farmer at April 01, 2023 05:17 PM (Q4IgG)

87 Hey, All! Happy Saturday!

Posted by: Bulgaroctonus at April 01, 2023 05:27 PM (EZaTx)

88 Hobby thread is open
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Posted by: Skip at April 01, 2023 05:31 PM (xhxe8)

89 41-- Wolfus -- Purebreds are not just donated to the Humane Society for the hell of it. They are bred to be shown and bred. Yes, one miniscule flaw makes the critter unshowable. But the breeders can't keep every animal they breed. The responsible ones make sure their pet quality animals are either spayed or neutered, and they try to find good homes for them.

When my Himalayan died, I called a Persian breeder I knew and asked her if she needed to clean anything out of her cattery. She was ecstatic, and I wound up with a chocolate tabby Persian with a pedigree King Charles would envy. But his ears are deformed. (No, he's not a fold; his ears only grew halfway.) He couldn't be shown and he can't be bred in case he would pass on those silly ears of his. But his buddy, the Little Wicked Witch of the West, did come from the Humane Society.

Posted by: Captain Josepha Sabin -- I wasn't particularly fond of the '70s the first time around at April 01, 2023 08:13 PM (k5jR3)

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