The My Little Pony Killer: The cat sounds fine, the owners seem like the idiots for repeatedly letting him outside with coyotes in the neighborhood.
Sun Worshiping Dog Launcher: That is a normal cat whose owners are too stupid to think of his well-being and let him run around outside. Keep your goddamn cats in doors, you goddam idiots. I'd describe that cat as incredibly lucky, not stupid.If you let your cat outside unattended, then these are the things that happen to cats. Normally though, you just never see the animal again, because they die by rat poison in some secluded area, or the coyote eats them, or whatever other fate befalls them happens out of sight of the owners. Why? Because the owner lets the cat run around by itself thinking that is the natural way of things. Keep the cat in the house, or go out with it in a fenced in yard for playtime.
Mouser: Apparently he's determined to make the best of his nine lives.
halloran: Can't blame the poor the kitty. Those lobster traps are pretty enticing.
skantea: Cosmos is an active participant in this game called life. Not just a passive observer.Learn from him.
Fear the Clam: halloran: Can't blame the poor the kitty. Those lobster traps are pretty enticing.Especially in winter:[i286.photobucket.com image 600x499]
Sultan Of Herf: Our cats are indoors only. One thinks he wants to go outside, but on the rare occasion he makes it out he gets to the middle of the yard, goes flat on the ground, with that "OMG scary stuff" look going, and is very ready to come back inside.
foxyshadis: There are also things in the house that can kill them, so let's also remove all sharp objects, chemicals, and food they can't eat, right?
foxyshadis: I'm sad that so many people think trapping a cat in a small house for life is the One True Way to raise them. There are also things in the house that can kill them, so let's also remove all sharp objects, chemicals, and food they can't eat, right?
rooftop235: Fear the Clam: halloran: Can't blame the poor the kitty. Those lobster traps are pretty enticing.Especially in winter:[i286.photobucket.com image 600x499]WOW! That is a really cool display
Do_Not_Want: My cat ate the shower curtain, which is why he is no longer allowed in the bathroom. Lucky bastard survived (after his operation) and is still goofy and running around the house like a banshee.
MooseUpNorth: That it also helps to keep your pets/toddlers alive and healthy, and cuts down on vet/doctor fees, may or may not be considered bonus.
foxyshadis: Do_Not_Want: My cat ate the shower curtain, which is why he is no longer allowed in the bathroom. Lucky bastard survived (after his operation) and is still goofy and running around the house like a banshee.Obligatory: Your cat sounds fat./She's jus' fluffy.
TheDirtyNacho: I can't imagine keeping my cat cooped up indoors all day. This would not be good for either of us./he's a howler
rjakobi: He'd make a better Boston mayor than the current one.
CluelessMoron: The article does not say if the cat was rescued from the coyote, or fought it off by itself.Cats with intact claws can be pretty ferocious opponents. They're bundles of muscle with razor blades on their paws and a mouthful of little daggers.
seelorq: The cat out-Darwined two coyotes. It's smarter than subby, who probably kicks the sleeping cats that aren't smart enough to get out of his goddamned way.
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