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    "Oregon Couple Attacked By Cat..." - are you kidding me!?

    Family attacked by cat in Oregon plans to get it help


    This is so utterly ridiculous it's unbelievable. Two adults call the cops over a "HOUSE CAT" which supposedly "trapped them in a room", that weighs....wait for it... TWENTY-TWO whole pounds!!! How is this taken seriously by anyone? This is so retarded I didn't even laugh.
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    Yeah, that's what our taxes pay for, Morons who call Police for an attacking cat. If that feline intimidated my family that much, it would be sent to a Taxidermist for a prompt stuffing!
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    When I read this article, I couldn't believe it. I'm only 5'4" and weigh about a buck and a half but there is no housecat in the world that would terrify me.
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    Like O,Reilly said last night, " I would take my Louisville Slugger and make a ground rule double out of that cat "
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    i used to have a python that was 15 1/2 ft, people were always asking if i was afraid of it.... "if it take's 15 minutes to kill a rabbit and another 30-40 minutes to eat it, you think i'm afraid?" that said when it lunged after me it back peddled fast.

    love our cats, but they have vicious claws and teeth that do real damage, i wouldn't want to have to grab a mad cat, but in terms of trapping me in a room: no.
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    When this guys kids get a little older I can hear them saying something like this, " Daddy, I don't feel very safe with a pussy like you as our protector".

    I have to wonder when his wife will seek out a real man and take this pussy for all he is worth.

    A wild house cat can be a very intimidating and worthy adversary but not so much with a size 9 1/2 up its ass.

    just an after thought here but I'm betting this guy voted for Obama---- Twice!

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    Still laughing about this... Punch the cat in the nose and show it who's boss and you'll be OK....

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    throw a blanket over it and do the bristol stomp

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post

    just an after thought here but I'm betting this guy voted for Obama---- Twice!

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