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2012-12-04 08:49:18 PM  
... just in time for Caturday.
 
2012-12-04 08:49:59 PM  
Crazy cat lady thread...
 
2012-12-04 09:02:03 PM  
Now there is something you don't read every day, "Liquified cat"
 
2012-12-04 09:04:04 PM  
Sadly I'm not sure if that was actually the most disgusting episode of that series. There was one a while ago with a woman who hoarded her own urine/excrement.
 
2012-12-04 09:35:30 PM  
Those poor animals. That's all I can really say. No living creature deserves to live in that kind of filth and decay. I can't watch Hoarders because my boyfriend and I are such neat freaks about our home, that I'd get physically nauseated at the sight of something like that. We're not OCD and we don't put those plastic slip covers on the furniture, but our house doesn't look like a pig sty, either.

I don't understand how someone can let their home get in that condition. Is this a mental illness?
 
2012-12-04 09:51:44 PM  
Hey Modmins, that video, this thread needs a Toxoplasmosis warning and farkers should be warned not to spend more than 10 minutes exposed to this thread.
 
2012-12-04 09:54:36 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Is this a mental illness?


yes
 
2012-12-04 10:59:39 PM  
They set up aftercare, but why not start therapy and medication before the show to make the de-hoarding smoother?
 
2012-12-04 11:12:36 PM  

Sunidesus: Sadly I'm not sure if that was actually the most disgusting episode of that series. There was one a while ago with a woman who hoarded her own urine/excrement.


The one where the old lady threw diapers into her bathroom until the uric acid ate a hole in the floor and piled down to the basement was particularly disturbing.
 
2012-12-04 11:19:14 PM  

Dufus: Now there is something you don't read every day, "Liquified cat"


so after putting the animals down, they put the last animal down ... her
right?
RIGHT?

lol
guess not
 
2012-12-04 11:26:08 PM  
:-O
 
2012-12-04 11:27:27 PM  

Coco LaFemme: I don't understand how someone can let their home get in that condition. Is this a mental illness?


Yes. It's a type of OCD.
 
2012-12-04 11:32:16 PM  
i can't imagine how badly she smelled
 
2012-12-04 11:51:47 PM  
Yes, yes it was both disgusting, and disturbing.
 
2012-12-04 11:53:26 PM  

oi_piss_me_off: i can't imagine how badly she smelled


Yeah. If she was your mom, you could totally get away with smoking pot in your room.
 
2012-12-05 12:00:18 AM  
!!
 
2012-12-05 12:01:01 AM  
Oops...what I meant to say is,

!
 
2012-12-05 12:15:57 AM  

Dufus: Now there is something you don't read every day, "Liquified cat"


Lucky you...cuz almost every damn day I have to scoop - oh...read every day...yeah. Definitely.
 
2012-12-05 12:27:39 AM  

TommyymmoT: oi_piss_me_off: i can't imagine how badly she smelled
Yeah. If she was your mom, you could totally get away with smoking pot in your room.


You could get the cats high too, because that is really fun. They can't even walk!!

/I'd need a lot stronger drugs than that.
//What if you really had a parent who was like that?
 
2012-12-05 12:29:05 AM  

Dufus: Now there is something you don't read every day, "Liquified cat"


veryhilarious.com

That's because they're ALREADY liquid.
 
2012-12-05 12:30:05 AM  
so was she hot or what?
 
2012-12-05 12:33:16 AM  
i've been in a real hoarding house. the show gets it mostly correct- the disorder, the horror and the insanity. what it never(and can't) capture is the smell. the smell of decades of animal waste and human neglect is something the mind can not erase, no matter how much you wish it
 
2012-12-05 12:35:47 AM  

oi_piss_me_off: i can't imagine how badly she smelled


With her nose?
No, that didn't work
 
2012-12-05 12:39:12 AM  
Jail the biatch, get her head examined and help those cats.
A&E is down the tube. If you're ugly, fat and have a shiat job or bad habit you're on TV now.

Even Nat Geo is beginning to fall into this "watch these farktards to stupid things" shows.
 
2012-12-05 12:40:01 AM  
I thought Jersey Shore was on MTV.
 
kab
2012-12-05 12:43:21 AM  
1. Observe hoarding home.
2. Listen to subject's plight, inform them they have 1 day to decide what's valuable.
3. Return 24 hours later with gasoline and matches.
4. Witness the tears, have a bonfire.

Let me know when this is the main plot of one of the episodes.
 
2012-12-05 12:47:09 AM  
Sekhmet will have her revenge. Oh yes. She will have it.
 
2012-12-05 12:48:09 AM  
Sadly, I've seen worse IRL.
 
2012-12-05 12:48:27 AM  

kab: 1. Observe hoarding home.
2. Listen to subject's plight, inform them they have 1 day to decide what's valuable.
3. Return 24 hours later with gasoline and matches.
4. Witness the tears, have a bonfire.

Let me know when this is the main plot of one of the episodes.


oh FFS, these people are mentally ill.
 
2012-12-05 12:50:53 AM  

tlchwi02: i've been in a real hoarding house. the show gets it mostly correct- the disorder, the horror and the insanity. what it never(and can't) capture is the smell. the smell of decades of animal waste and human neglect is something the mind can not erase, no matter how much you wish it


I used to go on building inspections as part of my old job. I occasionally get smell flashbacks from some of those places. Plus, the stories that came along with those hoarder places were usually awful.

This one was particularly bad. Apparently her son had to step over her corpse in order to use the bathroom.
 
2012-12-05 12:51:25 AM  
I could not make it through the entire episode before I had to hug my own cat. I volunteer at an animal shelter daily, so I see a lot messed up animals, but it hurt too much to see her cats suffer that much.
 
2012-12-05 12:55:17 AM  

litespeed74: Jail the biatch, get her head examined and help those cats.
A&E is down the tube. If you're ugly, fat and have a shiat job or bad habit you're on TV now.

Even Nat Geo is beginning to fall into this "watch these farktards to stupid things" shows.


Well which is it, treatment or incarceration? If she is mentally ill, why would you want her to go to jail?
 
2012-12-05 12:57:56 AM  
i watched that episode. i couldn't believe it. That woman should have been jailed. What a selfish biatch to keep those cats in that environment. They would have been better in the wild.

and the pet collection in the freezer was just farking wrong.

kinda feel like more than 19 of the 50 cats could have been saved, but i'm not a vet.

/i have 4 small dogs. all fixed, and up to date.
 
2012-12-05 12:58:09 AM  

Outshined_One: I used to go on building inspections as part of my old job. I occasionally get smell flashbacks from some of those places. Plus, the stories that came along with those hoarder places were usually awful.

This one was particularly bad. Apparently her son had to step over her corpse in order to use the bathroom.


ugh, we only found a dozen or so dead animals, although we only cleaned 2 rooms fully. we did take a look in the basement (it was flooding) but didn't find anything. we never saw anything as awful as what you saw
 
2012-12-05 01:02:30 AM  

litespeed74: Jail the biatch, get her head examined and help those cats.
A&E is down the tube. If you're ugly, fat and have a shiat job or bad habit you're on TV now.

Even Nat Geo is beginning to fall into this "watch these farktards to stupid things" shows.


It wasn't just cats she regularly picked up road kill and put it in the fridge/freezer with plans to cremate the remains.
 
2012-12-05 01:02:45 AM  
Its tough to see. i did code enforcement and we dealt with hoarders every once in a while.

One guy had several thousand bee hives (wooden boxes, no bees) in his yard. They were rotted out and unusable. City was granted permission to take action by the courts. Guy came home from work and saw dumpsters full of his bee boxes, so he went inside and offed himself.
 
2012-12-05 01:06:27 AM  

cretinbob: Sadly, I've seen worse IRL.


Well now you've gotta fill us in.
 
2012-12-05 01:09:18 AM  

Homr: Its tough to see. i did code enforcement and we dealt with hoarders every once in a while.

One guy had several thousand bee hives (wooden boxes, no bees) in his yard. They were rotted out and unusable. City was granted permission to take action by the courts. Guy came home from work and saw dumpsters full of his bee boxes, so he went inside and offed himself.


2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-12-05 01:10:30 AM  

Coco LaFemme: Those poor animals. That's all I can really say. No living creature deserves to live in that kind of filth and decay. I can't watch Hoarders because my boyfriend and I are such neat freaks about our home, that I'd get physically nauseated at the sight of something like that. We're not OCD and we don't put those plastic slip covers on the furniture, but our house doesn't look like a pig sty, either.

I don't understand how someone can let their home get in that condition. Is this a mental illness?


Umm, yes. It is a mental illness.
 
2012-12-05 01:10:37 AM  
tinyarena

oi_piss_me_off: i can't imagine how badly she smelled

With her nose?
No, that didn't work



You still get points for trying
 
2012-12-05 01:12:54 AM  
A&E airs most disgusting TV episode ever.

So "Jersey Shore" has been canceled and all the Kardashians are dead. FINALLY
 
2012-12-05 01:17:43 AM  
I lived in Hollywood for a while. Should have opened a salon that filed down the horns.

Really: who the fark sleeps at night making money off of this. This is ogrish.com -.7. It's a race to the bottom.

Where is humanity? Buddha?
1) life is suffering.
2) the cause of suffering is desire.

/sorry, been a rough day
 
2012-12-05 01:30:30 AM  

tlchwi02: Outshined_One: I used to go on building inspections as part of my old job. I occasionally get smell flashbacks from some of those places. Plus, the stories that came along with those hoarder places were usually awful.

This one was particularly bad. Apparently her son had to step over her corpse in order to use the bathroom.

ugh, we only found a dozen or so dead animals, although we only cleaned 2 rooms fully. we did take a look in the basement (it was flooding) but didn't find anything. we never saw anything as awful as what you saw


That wasn't even the worst. You haven't lived until you've walked into a bathroom with no working water and human waste overflowing from the toilet, sinks, and bathtub.
 
2012-12-05 01:32:24 AM  
To answer subby's question:


Entertainment, obviously.

Maybe modern art. Like, avant garde performance stuff.
 
2012-12-05 01:34:09 AM  
Um...so what? I'm a cat lover, and despite my general misanthropy I don't want to see animals hurt (unless to spite someone from PETA, because FARK those people). Still, why is this such a shock? Not even shock, outrage? Watch "Addicted" or whatever that show is and see people shoot dope through their eye, there was an (should this be plural?) episode of this VERY show that had people living in their own filth. Is THIS the line? If you want to help animals/people/etc. go join a service, volunteer, give money. Just spare me the "outrage" when it has "crossed the line." It's like saying that the cast of "Jersey Shore" was irresponsible when having unprotected sex, while gleefully watching them do it.

If you really care, than stop watching this crap. Or any of the other crap out there. Otherwise, STFU because you are just looking to make yourself feel like a better person by showing how outraged you are.

/why was "God Bless America" so farking accurate?
 
2012-12-05 01:35:45 AM  

tlchwi02: kab: 1. Observe hoarding home.
2. Listen to subject's plight, inform them they have 1 day to decide what's valuable.
3. Return 24 hours later with gasoline and matches.
4. Witness the tears, have a bonfire.

Let me know when this is the main plot of one of the episodes.

oh FFS, these people are mentally ill.


Yeah, he is. And the hoarders, too.
 
2012-12-05 01:50:20 AM  

Dufus: Now there is something you don't read every day, "Liquified cat"


I prefer the freeze-dried version.
 
2012-12-05 01:51:28 AM  
Ugh, awful. And there's no Sons of Anarchy thread.
 
2012-12-05 02:15:02 AM  
A&E =/= Arts and Entertainment anymore.
 
2012-12-05 02:16:31 AM  

NINDroog: Um...so what? I'm a cat lover, and despite my general misanthropy I don't want to see animals hurt (unless to spite someone from PETA, because FARK those people). Still, why is this such a shock? Not even shock, outrage? Watch "Addicted" or whatever that show is and see people shoot dope through their eye, there was an (should this be plural?) episode of this VERY show that had people living in their own filth. Is THIS the line? If you want to help animals/people/etc. go join a service, volunteer, give money. Just spare me the "outrage" when it has "crossed the line." It's like saying that the cast of "Jersey Shore" was irresponsible when having unprotected sex, while gleefully watching them do it.

If you really care, than stop watching this crap. Or any of the other crap out there. Otherwise, STFU because you are just looking to make yourself feel like a better person by showing how outraged you are.

/why was "God Bless America" so farking accurate?


Or if you really want to make a difference, biatch at people on the internet. It helps more than anything else.
 
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