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just be glad it wasn't a GUN
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Hahaha my mum's dog has a thing with knifes and always takes them out the sink too lol.
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Now i definitely want a cat
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It was a Chesapeake Bay retriever of a brownish hue.


I knew it was one of those brown bitches.
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Now i definitely want a cat


Cats climb on your chest when you're sleeping and steal your breath. That's what one of my grandmothers used to say.

Edit: Just remembered that she also used to crack me on the ass with a wooden spoon a lot when I was a kid.
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Werina wrote:

Now i definitely want a cat


Ewe. Cats are like tsundere (or maybe yandere) of the animal kingdom. If it wants attention, you give it attention or you get the claws! Too much attention? CLAWS! Ignore it and play with the dog... heaven rest your soul...
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Woman: Ooo a puppy
Man: Careful honey, he has a knife
Puppy: oh what, no no i don't....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2d2WGSoS58
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and they say don't trust cats
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That dog has issues, or someone needs to pay more attention. I'm leaning toward the latter here.
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And so it begins.
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Oh wow... they actually showed the cut.
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Dogs are not two year old's, they can cut their own meat at birth almost. It's those carrots they don't like, or is it that you are mistaking them for a rabbit?
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Werina wrote:

Now i definitely want a cat


Cats climb on your chest when you're sleeping and steal your breath. That's what one of my grandmothers used to say.

Edit: Just remembered that she also used to crack me on the ass with a wooden spoon a lot when I was a kid.


The cat stealing breath thing is a myth (obviously), but the background is interesting.

A cat will happily sit on a sleeping child's chest with their head near the child's face. Cats like soft warm things to sit on. If the child is young enough and the cat heavy enough it can compress the chest enough so that the child can't breathe and dies in their sleep. That also works on adults, but you need a lot more pressure. Incidentally this is sort of how Constrictors work as well.
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Xxanthar wrote:


Werina wrote:

Now i definitely want a cat


Cats climb on your chest when you're sleeping and steal your breath. That's what one of my grandmothers used to say.

Edit: Just remembered that she also used to crack me on the ass with a wooden spoon a lot when I was a kid.


The cat stealing breath thing is a myth (obviously), but the background is interesting.

A cat will happily sit on a sleeping child's chest with their head near the child's face. Cats like soft warm things to sit on. If the child is young enough and the cat heavy enough it can compress the chest enough so that the child can't breathe and dies in their sleep. That also works on adults, but you need a lot more pressure. Incidentally this is sort of how Constrictors work as well.


So you are confirming that cats do in fact murder children then?
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So you are confirming that cats do in fact murder children then?


Cats, being animals, are not capable of murder.

It's more that this 'can' happen and if you don't understand the mechanics involved you end with superstitions being taken seriously. (nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition)

I was born and grew up in a house with adult cats so it's not as if all cats are trying to kill your kids. Like a lot of risks to children, good parenting takes care of it.

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