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13399 clicks; posted to Main » on 04 Apr 2014 at 1:11 AM (47 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2014-04-04 08:37:48 AM  

Linux_Yes: Rats are not inherently any more dirty than any other animal in the wild.  they become dirty and disease infested when they live among humans.

in the wild, they are no dirtier than a squirrel.


But looks are everything.
i.imgur.com
 
2014-04-04 08:46:28 AM  

Linux_Yes: Rats are not inherently any more dirty than any other animal in the wild.  they become dirty and disease infested when they live among humans.

in the wild, they are no dirtier than a squirrel.


But Squirrel's got personality, personality goes a long way.
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2014-04-04 08:58:16 AM  

Deep Contact: Linux_Yes: Rats are not inherently any more dirty than any other animal in the wild.  they become dirty and disease infested when they live among humans.

in the wild, they are no dirtier than a squirrel.

But looks are everything.
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very True. in TV Land, Looks are Paramount.  course, when you grow up, you begin to see that is not always true.
 
2014-04-04 09:00:06 AM  

probesport: Linux_Yes: Rats are not inherently any more dirty than any other animal in the wild.  they become dirty and disease infested when they live among humans.

in the wild, they are no dirtier than a squirrel.

But Squirrel's got personality, personality goes a long way.
[www.adagio.com image 700x300]



oops, gotcha!

in the Wild, Pigs are not any dirtier than any other animal.  its when they are confined by Humans in a small pen that they become dirty.

nice try.  i did enjoy it, though.  (:
 
2014-04-04 09:08:48 AM  

RobSeace: We're gonna need a bigger cat...


I'm sure we have top men working on this right now.

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Top... Men...
 
2014-04-04 09:14:55 AM  

Badgers: [i.imgur.com image 245x184]



there's the 'dirty' mouse/rat washing itself.
 
2014-04-04 09:16:17 AM  

Linux_Yes: probesport: Linux_Yes: Rats are not inherently any more dirty than any other animal in the wild.  they become dirty and disease infested when they live among humans.

in the wild, they are no dirtier than a squirrel.

But Squirrel's got personality, personality goes a long way.
[www.adagio.com image 700x300]


oops, gotcha!

in the Wild, Pigs are not any dirtier than any other animal.  its when they are confined by Humans in a small pen that they become dirty.

nice try.  i did enjoy it, though.  (:


This has nothing to do with personality.
 
2014-04-04 09:21:01 AM  

foxyshadis: Cerebral Ballsy: After owning a pet rat or two and becoming accustomed to how friendly they are (they will prompt you to scratch them all day long), movies depicting rats as evil seem hilarious. The spell is broken and you know you are watching a bunch of movie animals specialist's trained pets. Hearing people shake with fright from what is possibly an escaped dumbo rat is cracking me up.

Feral rats ain't pet rats. They have no problem biting and clawing people & pets, and they're one of the most common rabies vectors; an infected rat is basically the violent tweaker of the rat world. The shot schedule you have to go through after getting bit SUCKS.

Sure a wild fat rat might be docile, but I wouldn't bet on it. I bet most could be tamed though.


Most people who grew up by a river where it wasn't developed, just piers, barges, maybe a warehouse saw river rats the size of cats. Scared the crap outta ya when the vegetation russled that hard, but they pretty much avoided humans.
Was there a lot in the summer, sneaking swimming n beers.
 
2014-04-04 09:27:13 AM  
So how many farkers read the headline and their fist thought was "at least *someone* is then!"
 
2014-04-04 10:33:12 AM  

fusillade762: Pest controller Marcus Giusti, who captured it, warned an invasion of monster-sized rats was possible after changes to EU law limits the use of poisons to kill them.

I hear beer works just dandy.


A pan of antifreeze works good.
 
2014-04-04 10:34:46 AM  
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2014-04-04 10:52:12 AM  

kdawg7736: [vintagefootage.net image 850x850]


An old buddy was in the band Ratt before they hit it big.
 
2014-04-04 11:05:19 AM  

Lord Farkwad: fusillade762: Pest controller Marcus Giusti, who captured it, warned an invasion of monster-sized rats was possible after changes to EU law limits the use of poisons to kill them.

I hear beer works just dandy.

A pan of antifreeze works good.


There are many foods that will make rats sick or kill them. It's actually a bit of a challenge to keep them alive which sucks because the domesticated ones make great pets (for as long as they last).
They are as happy to see you as a dog when you get home. The only down side is their life expectancy is short and mine have been as difficult to litter train as a dog would be (if anybody did that).

I accidentally left their cage open on two occasions and both times, instead of running away, their first compulsion was to come find me. And they did. I've never had any other pet rodent do that.
 
2014-04-04 11:09:15 AM  

calbert: [goodcleanfunlife.com image 450x240]

/obscure?


I don't think that word means what you think it means
 
2014-04-04 11:56:27 AM  
So would this make the EA trifecta complete?
 
2014-04-04 03:20:02 PM  

ladyfortuna: RatMaster999:
//A 2ft pet rat would be rather snuggly, I bet

You know those things will eat an incapacitated person, right? Happily?

/or so I've heard


So will a hungry dog or cat, if they don't have access to something else.  So what's your point.
 
2014-04-04 03:45:52 PM  
C'mon farkers, you guys are slipping.

horrornews.net
 
2014-04-05 03:07:07 AM  
Stories like this make me glad I have a great big cat (we think he's a ragdoll mix -15lb is his healthy weight).

And before that, my family had cairn terriers. They're bred to go into rockpiles to hunt rats, and look exactly like a Westie, except tan or black instead of white. Toto in the Wizard of Oz movie was one, but he was really undersized - normally they're 15-20lb, and very solid, tough little dudes. But they're also adorable and happy to snuggle with you on the couch. Great little dogs.
 
2014-04-05 03:26:20 AM  
RatMaster999:
So will a hungry dog or cat, if they don't have access to something else.  So what's your point.

They're all animals, and they will eat us given the chance/reason. Much like I imagine we would, if the positions were reversed.

Happy?
 
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