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2012-12-20 08:13:54 PM
Look how cute I am. Come in here. Mew. Mew? Crap.
 
2012-12-20 08:36:42 PM
I WANT TO HUG THEM RIGHT NOW
 
2012-12-20 08:48:03 PM
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2012-12-20 08:58:00 PM
Daaaw! They're so cute I'd let any one of them gnaw my arm off.
 
2012-12-20 09:06:33 PM

some_beer_drinker: [i666.photobucket.com image 404x240]


You cannot imagine how much I love Baboo.
 
2012-12-20 09:44:01 PM
Awww, aren't they adorable, listen to their cute little meows they make, they are as sweet as baby kittens, let me just stick my hand in this here hole and ....
 
2012-12-20 09:48:38 PM
That's how they get you.
 
2012-12-20 10:02:13 PM

Rincewind53: You cannot imagine how much I love Baboo.


SERPENTINE BABOU! SERPENTINE!!!
 
2012-12-20 10:04:39 PM

some_beer_drinker: [i666.photobucket.com image 404x240]


so when is the season 4 premiere? anyone? anyone?
 
2012-12-20 10:58:41 PM
That's not meowing
 
2012-12-20 11:09:27 PM
Well that was kind of scary.
 
2012-12-20 11:15:41 PM
They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.
 
2012-12-20 11:31:16 PM

Lt_Ryan: They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.


ya, my cats bag a lot of deers
 
2012-12-20 11:49:37 PM
HOLY CLAMS! THEY SQUEAK!!!!

/ just lost a cat this week, so kinda affected by such things.
 
2012-12-21 01:39:04 AM
Why are they meowing at the same pitch as a common housecat? Either they're slacking off or Mister Scoochy-Wuzzums is working like a bastard.
 
2012-12-21 03:57:06 AM
There's that Russian program that set out to domesticate foxes...imagine if they did that with these majestic creatures. Could you imagine how rich you'd get if you could sell smaller, more tame and family safe versions of these beasts? I bet one out of every seven homes would want one, and you'd be rich, rich as nazis!
 
2012-12-21 06:08:59 AM

Wolf892: There's that Russian program that set out to domesticate foxes...imagine if they did that with these majestic creatures. Could you imagine how rich you'd get if you could sell smaller, more tame and family safe versions of these beasts? I bet one out of every seven homes would want one, and you'd be rich, rich as nazis!


It's being done now. Been going on for a long time. At least since the 1880's. The Bengal Cat (house sized cat) has been around since the 1960's. But please, don't mention Nazis around these cats, they will rip your face off. And then poop on it.
 
2012-12-21 07:37:18 AM
FTFV: "Particularly when it comes to breeding. If they're overweight they just don't do very well at all."

I laughtered.
 
2012-12-21 09:26:20 AM

Wolf892: There's that Russian program that set out to domesticate foxes...imagine if they did that with these majestic creatures. Could you imagine how rich you'd get if you could sell smaller, more tame and family safe versions of these beasts? I bet one out of every seven homes would want one, and you'd be rich, rich as nazis!


We have yet to "tame" the domestic cat after thousands of years of co-habitation. It could be argued that they tamed us.
 
2012-12-21 09:29:48 AM
I thought they were meowing like a cat that sees a squirrel outside that they cannot get to. When the keeper fed them, it explained why.
 
2012-12-21 09:58:01 AM

Wolf892: There's that Russian program that set out to domesticate foxes...imagine if they did that with these majestic creatures. Could you imagine how rich you'd get if you could sell smaller, more tame and family safe versions of these beasts? I bet one out of every seven homes would want one, and you'd be rich, rich as nazis!


Speaking of unexpected sounds...my CSB

We have foxes in the area around the family cottage and often see them in the evening, but I'd never heard one make a sound. Finally, I was out at dusk and encountered one who starting barking, or whatever you'd call it. It was certainly an unusual sound. Found a you tube video that was pretty close to what I heard:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIR8RtI9kaw
 
2012-12-21 10:34:07 AM
I had always heard house cats were the only cats that meowed in response to living with humans.
 
2012-12-21 11:07:03 AM
They meow, and when you pet them the purr- an incredible, deep, resounding in your gut kind of purr that makes you very confused- because the higher part of your brain is drawing on all of the enjoyable experiences you've had petting harmless housecats, while the primal part of you is saying "Get the hell out of here. This thing is purring because it's about to rip your face off and eat you." It's a very interesting experience.
 
2012-12-21 02:00:47 PM
THey're begging for treats. Not adorable.
 
2012-12-21 02:23:30 PM
Gough:


Wolf892: There's that Russian program that set out to domesticate foxes...imagine if they did that with these majestic creatures. Could you imagine how rich you'd get if you could sell smaller, more tame and family safe versions of these beasts? I bet one out of every seven homes would want one, and you'd be rich, rich as nazis!

Speaking of unexpected sounds...my CSB

We have foxes in the area around the family cottage and often see them in the evening, but I'd never heard one make a sound. Finally, I was out at dusk and encountered one who starting barking, or whatever you'd call it. It was certainly an unusual sound. Found a you tube video that was pretty close to what I heard:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIR8RtI9kaw


Heh... Didn't watch the video, but I can tell you that the first time a city girl ever hears a fox scream is quite the experience... Sounds like a human child being tortured.

Rabbits scream too, but that's another story.
 
2012-12-21 04:33:39 PM

Lt_Ryan: They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.


I've got a flock of geese that decided the pond in my backyard would be an AWESOME place to raise a family. Is there a Rent-A-Cheetah service I can contact?
 
2012-12-21 09:16:08 PM

Arachnophobe: Lt_Ryan: They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.

I've got a flock of geese that decided the pond in my backyard would be an AWESOME place to raise a family. Is there a Rent-A-Cheetah service I can contact?


None that I know of, but I hear if you go to a bar you can probably get a cougar to follow you home.
 
2012-12-21 09:57:47 PM

Arachnophobe: Lt_Ryan: They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.

I've got a flock of geese that decided the pond in my backyard would be an AWESOME place to raise a family. Is there a Rent-A-Cheetah service I can contact?


Why get rid of them? They make darn good watchdogs, errr, watchgeese. Anyway, once they're used to being in your pond they get used to you too, and pretty soon they'll start squawking and hissing when the UPS truck pulls up to the driveway to drop off a package.

/SF, who knows first hand what it is like to be chased across a yard by a watchgoose. Big freaking grey honker grabbed my butt and wouldn't let go, felt like I was getting mashed with rubber-tipped pliers. After that I learned to throw stale muffins across the pond so he was distracted enough I could race to the porch without getting butt-mashed again.
 
2012-12-22 12:01:13 AM
It's all rather cute until you realize that they are begging for dead meat.
 
2012-12-22 02:15:19 AM

Arachnophobe: Lt_Ryan: They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.

I've got a flock of geese that decided the pond in my backyard would be an AWESOME place to raise a family. Is there a Rent-A-Cheetah service I can contact?


farking Geese are the bane of my existence. They are the worst mean spirited creature I know.. On top of that they shiat every-farking-where.
 
2012-12-22 09:07:00 AM

cgraves67: THey're begging for treats. Not adorable.


didnt think about it like that. it is kinda sad.

or maybe theyve adapted their behavior around humans to get food?
 
2012-12-22 10:08:33 AM

SeedFreak: Arachnophobe: Lt_Ryan: They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.

I've got a flock of geese that decided the pond in my backyard would be an AWESOME place to raise a family. Is there a Rent-A-Cheetah service I can contact?

Why get rid of them? They make darn good watchdogs, errr, watchgeese. Anyway, once they're used to being in your pond they get used to you too, and pretty soon they'll start squawking and hissing when the UPS truck pulls up to the driveway to drop off a package.

/SF, who knows first hand what it is like to be chased across a yard by a watchgoose. Big freaking grey honker grabbed my butt and wouldn't let go, felt like I was getting mashed with rubber-tipped pliers. After that I learned to throw stale muffins across the pond so he was distracted enough I could race to the porch without getting butt-mashed again.


Goose crap. EVERYWHERE. And they're persistent little bastards. You'd think the almost daily chasing from my dog AND the neighbor's Border Collie would convince them that maybe another pond might be better, but no.

styckx: farking Geese are the bane of my existence. They are the worst mean spirited creature I know.. On top of that they shiat every-farking-where.


^^^^
Though I'll give them this much credit, they're not as aggressive as some roosters and chickens I've dealt with. Geese will usually bail on a confrontation, unless they're protecting eggs.
 
2012-12-22 11:05:20 AM
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2012-12-22 06:26:19 PM

lasercannon: Arachnophobe: Lt_Ryan: They probably leave dead deer and geese by the door like a normal cat.

I've got a flock of geese that decided the pond in my backyard would be an AWESOME place to raise a family. Is there a Rent-A-Cheetah service I can contact?

None that I know of, but I hear if you go to a bar you can probably get a cougar to follow you home.


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