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(Bay News 9)   Couple calls 911 after being trapped inside a room by their cat. This is not a repeat from a couple of months ago   (baynews9.com) divider line 162
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2014-07-08 06:12:19 AM  
I forgot to add the cat probably got into their stash and ate the brown acid or something else that caused the episode.
 
2014-07-08 06:14:28 AM  

karmachameleon: The dead giveaway of the feline ignorant - and all you guys do this - is the talk of merely grabbing it and throwing it. rofl...not happening. Cats on the move are so fast you barely stand a chance of laying two fingers on it, and if by some dumb luck you do happen to catch it, it'll squirm out of your grasp faster than you can say "Crisco". It's hard enough to grab and hold a cat that simply doesn't want to be held. An angry cat? You better be wearing protection and you better have restraints at the ready. Yes, towels and pillows are good tools for this purpose. It's still a task to catch that cat even when well equipped.


Yes cats are fast and yes they are squirmy and yes you really do need to be quick to catch one, but it is definately doable.  I have done it.  I have paid the price for it, but the key is to immobilize and control the head and upper body first (because that's where the teeth and the sharper claws are), then deal with the hind legs. Grabbing by the scruff is how you do that.  It's not easy and the cat may injure itself, but if one were so inclined, and didn't have animal control grabbers, that is how one would do it.
 
2014-07-08 06:14:29 AM  

fusillade762: Can animals be psychopaths?


Sure, why not? Maybe not in the same way as we define humans as psychopaths. Some cats rarely if ever kill a bird and other cats wipe out entire neighborhoods of birds, are they serial killers? Not in the same way that you or I would look at it but they kill way more than they could ever eat. They just like killing birds. I call that a form of being a psychopath.
 
2014-07-08 06:14:58 AM  

fusillade762: Confabulat: What a ferocious Russian Blue might look like:

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awwww

That had better be your own cat. Otherwise you would have used this image

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how i wish i had now.
 
2014-07-08 06:15:08 AM  
This thread is hilarious.
"Cats are viscous and you are helpless against them!"
"Cats are tiny! Me smash cat!"
 
2014-07-08 06:19:58 AM  
karmachameleon:

[terrymalloyspigeoncoop.files.wordpress.com image 470x297]

Came for this, leaving satisfied.

/"It's just a bunny."
 
2014-07-08 06:20:22 AM  
 
2014-07-08 06:22:50 AM  

mike_d85: This thread is hilarious.
"Cats are viscous and you are helpless against them!"
"Cats are tiny! Me smash cat!"


Tiny but badass
s14.postimg.org
 
2014-07-08 06:23:29 AM  

karmachameleon: The very best thing to do when faced with a furious cat and no protection at your disposal is to wade right in, take your bites and scratches, and grab it by the scruff of the neck with one hand and the hind legs with the other, and hold on tight.


Exactly.  I've had a neighbor's near-feral outdoor tom come in through a window before to attack my cats.  Took every ounce of restraint not to stomp it's neck.  Finally cornered him, took my scratches, but got him grappled and tossed him across the street as hard as I could.  Little asshole never tried that again.
 
2014-07-08 06:26:44 AM  

fusillade762: Radioactive Ass: gfid: I'm a firm believer in the theory that if you treat an animal well it won't go batshiat crazy.

As a general rule I would agree with you. But then again there are humans that you can treat well AND try to reason with who are still batshiat crazy. Why would an animal be any different if not worse? After all, you can't reason with an animal, especially when it's main goal is to claw your eyes out.

Can animals be psychopaths?


Cats, like most mammals, have personalities.  I have 3 cats.  They all live in the same environment, they all are treated the same (i.e. like feline queens).  One is very friendly and fiesty, one is needy (in a really good way), and one is kind of bipolar and mean (but I still love her).  "Psychopath" implies knowledge of the difference between right and wrong so it doesn't apply here, but gfid is wrong - any animal can go crazy with the right (wrong) stimuli.  Don't we always hear this refrain with the pit bull bite cases?  "I can't believe it, he was always such a sweet dog, would never hurt a fly."  Never mind that the dog just chewed off someone's face.
 
2014-07-08 06:30:05 AM  

Nidiot: karmachameleon: gfid: That said, I've seen cats in batshiat crazy mode. It's different than play-fighting. It's a farking cat - probably weighs less than 15 pounds - pick it up and take a few scratches and control it.

It's so obvious which of you are not cat owners.  What, you think it sits there and just swats its claws while you can reach around the back and merely pick it up while taking a few scratches?  lol...if a cat doesn't want to be picked up, believe me, you're not picking it up.  It's not a matter of being scratched, it's a matter of you being much slower and less agile than the cat.

Any reason why you can't arm yourself with a broom or something, and chase the cat into another room? Then you wouldn't end up being the prisoner in your own home, as well as being laughed at by everyone when you call 911. Hell, just starting the vacuum cleaner is usually enough to have a cat flee at the speed of light.


Maybe, maybe not.  Depends on if the cat will allow itself to be herded or not.  You've heard that phrase before, right?  People use it to express a truly difficult situation or task.  There's a reason people use that particular phrase, you know.

My point is that a cat that doesn't want to be caught (by you, without special tools) won't be caught.  Even a trained professional with tools might have a hard time doing it.  Cats are crazy fast and crazy agile, and if you catch an agitated one, it's probably because they let you.
 
2014-07-08 06:32:08 AM  

Ambivalence: karmachameleon: The dead giveaway of the feline ignorant - and all you guys do this - is the talk of merely grabbing it and throwing it. rofl...not happening. Cats on the move are so fast you barely stand a chance of laying two fingers on it, and if by some dumb luck you do happen to catch it, it'll squirm out of your grasp faster than you can say "Crisco". It's hard enough to grab and hold a cat that simply doesn't want to be held. An angry cat? You better be wearing protection and you better have restraints at the ready. Yes, towels and pillows are good tools for this purpose. It's still a task to catch that cat even when well equipped.

Yes cats are fast and yes they are squirmy and yes you really do need to be quick to catch one, but it is definately doable.  I have done it.  I have paid the price for it, but the key is to immobilize and control the head and upper body first (because that's where the teeth and the sharper claws are), then deal with the hind legs. Grabbing by the scruff is how you do that.  It's not easy and the cat may injure itself, but if one were so inclined, and didn't have animal control grabbers, that is how one would do it.


Sure, I agree and have done it too.  I didn't say it was impossible, but it's hard, and the cat can make it as hard as it wants to.  It can be impossible, if you don't have help.

Remember, I'm talking to people who talk about it like it should be a walk in the park because "it's such a small animal, I don't see how it could be that dangerous or damaging".  Heh.
 
2014-07-08 06:38:48 AM  
I had a cat (old, long gone) go nuts, that's why I know what they can do.  It was a 10-minute balls-to-the-wall tantrum.  No reason why that I could discern.  It happened once and never happened again (5 more years with this cat), so who the fark knows?  I used to sound like some of you guys - something that small could never do much damage before I could get it under control.  WRONG.  Now I have the utmost respect for their speed, strength, agility, escapability, tenacity, claws and teeth.  I took stitches and shots, furniture and curtains were replaced, walls were repainted, many knick-knacks were lost.  The carnage was unreal.  I never touched her in spite of my efforts to catch her, not until she calmed down and allowed me to catch her.  And when I backed off to leave her alone until she calmed herself, she came after me, so it was a no-win.

I didn't call the cops, but it's totally reasonable that someone would when faced with a cat acting like that.  Anyone who doesn't think so is kidding themselves about what a cat is capable of doing, unless of course you're an asshole who doesn't give a fark if you kill it or not.  Of course, any worthless cretin can just do that and the cat won't have much recourse, so if this is about cat vs human for some of you, well duh.  But I suspect most people, like me, would prefer to try to save their pet and try to find out what's wrong.  So catching a pissed-off cat who doesn't want to be caught and doing it with everyone left intact is sometimes a task best left for the professionals.  (Although like another poster said, I'd never call the cops, because I'd be afraid their Weeners would be to shoot it.)
 
2014-07-08 06:40:15 AM  

karmachameleon: Remember, I'm talking to people who talk about it like it should be a walk in the park because "it's such a small animal, I don't see how it could be that dangerous or damaging". Heh.


Oh hells no, felines of all sizes are obligate carnivores.  They are engineered by nature to kill, by itself, what may take a pack of like sized canines to kill.  And the only reason domestic cats even tolerate us is because we are so much larger than they are and give them noms.  You do not want to fark with a cat unless you absolutely have to.  A domestic can't generally kill you, but it will seriously ruin your entire week, longer if your injuries get infected which is a real danger with bites in particular.

I once took my cat to a vet and she needed to have a second person there and told me the story of how a cat once bit her and her wound got so infected she nearly lost her hand.  She didn't lose her hand or fingers, but now her insurance requires her to have a vet tech in the room with her anytime she treats a cat.
 
2014-07-08 06:53:47 AM  

Ambivalence: Grab the scruff with one hand, grab the hind legs with the other hand, hold all claw and teeth bits away from you and throw it in a room until it can calm the fark down.  Yes you'll probably get scratched and/or bit before you can get that first hold, but you can't let the cat intimidate you.

The key, is to be mindful of your cat's body language before it ever gets to that point.  Know when your cat is unhappy and wants to be left alone and then leave it alone.  Make sure escape routes for your cat are not blocked and that it's not cornered.  Also make sure ambush points ARE blocked (if the cat is ambushing you). Most cats won't fight unless they feel they have no choice.  Take the time to find out what the trigger for your cat's agression is (another cat, a dog, a child, you, etc) and either remove the trigger or find the cat a new home where the trigger doesn't exist.  If the cat doesn't like being nudged with your foot when it's in the middle of the hallway, don't do that.  If your cat doesn't like having its belly rubbed, don't do that.  If other pets are nagging the cat, separate them.  Don't escalate.


Cats don't always have a reason when they attack. I have had cats my whole life. The bastard that I have now is the only one I've ever had an issue with. He tore into my arm last night when I was sitting and watching tv. Nobody had been provoking him (we know better) and he sneaked up behind me and attacked. By the time he let go, I was bleeding in about 10 places from various bites and scratches. He walked about 4 feet away and laid down, just watching me.

I am going to feed him to the dogs one day. Soon.
 
2014-07-08 06:58:34 AM  
Russian Blues are one of the nastier cat breeds I have seen.
 
2014-07-08 07:00:12 AM  

Gramma: Ambivalence: Grab the scruff with one hand, grab the hind legs with the other hand, hold all claw and teeth bits away from you and throw it in a room until it can calm the fark down.  Yes you'll probably get scratched and/or bit before you can get that first hold, but you can't let the cat intimidate you.

The key, is to be mindful of your cat's body language before it ever gets to that point.  Know when your cat is unhappy and wants to be left alone and then leave it alone.  Make sure escape routes for your cat are not blocked and that it's not cornered.  Also make sure ambush points ARE blocked (if the cat is ambushing you). Most cats won't fight unless they feel they have no choice.  Take the time to find out what the trigger for your cat's agression is (another cat, a dog, a child, you, etc) and either remove the trigger or find the cat a new home where the trigger doesn't exist.  If the cat doesn't like being nudged with your foot when it's in the middle of the hallway, don't do that.  If your cat doesn't like having its belly rubbed, don't do that.  If other pets are nagging the cat, separate them.  Don't escalate.

Cats don't always have a reason when they attack. I have had cats my whole life. The bastard that I have now is the only one I've ever had an issue with. He tore into my arm last night when I was sitting and watching tv. Nobody had been provoking him (we know better) and he sneaked up behind me and attacked. By the time he let go, I was bleeding in about 10 places from various bites and scratches. He walked about 4 feet away and laid down, just watching me.

I am going to feed him to the dogs one day. Soon.


maybe your cat knows you're evil......or maybe your cat is evil....
 
2014-07-08 07:01:39 AM  

Gramma: Cats don't always have a reason when they attack. I have had cats my whole life. The bastard that I have now is the only one I've ever had an issue with. He tore into my arm last night when I was sitting and watching tv. Nobody had been provoking him (we know better) and he sneaked up behind me and attacked. By the time he let go, I was bleeding in about 10 places from various bites and scratches. He walked about 4 feet away and laid down, just watching me.

I am going to feed him to the dogs one day. Soon.


They usually have a reason, but it's not always clear what the reason is.  If a cat is stalking you that could mean it's frustrated and needs an outlet for its frustration.  Toy mice and climbing trees and something to chase (preferablly not another animal).  I used to have a cat that played fetch.  She went crazy for those caps that come on syrup bottles. You'd toss it and she's run after it, bat it around like crazy, and then scoop it up in her mouth and bring it back for you to throw again. She had us trained good.  Cats are predators, they need something to hunt, on occasion.

I'm not saying that is the problem with YOUR cat, just that that's a common problem with cats that stalk people.
 
2014-07-08 07:02:01 AM  

Gramma: The bastard that I have now


Ummm... I'm pretty sure that all animals fit the technical description of "Bastard". Unless you're one of "Those" people who "Wed" their pets.

\I know that you meant it the other way
 
2014-07-08 07:02:30 AM  

Resident Muslim: When was the last time you've heard of a cat ripping anyone's face off?


Twenty years ago. The tom would taunt the rottweiler who'd go flying when he'd hit the end of the chain. One night, the neighbor lengthened the chain. Next morning, the angry phone call: "YOUR CAT KILLED MY DOG!!!" The dog's eyes were gone, the rest of its face a mess. Its belly was laid open and the dog was stone dead.

/  The tom apparently came back a few days later in very bad shape, but alive, and with a very smug look on his face.
//  The judge threw out the lawsuit on the basis that the dog owner had lengthened the chain.
 
2014-07-08 07:05:28 AM  
Tim Bedore, please pick up the white courtesy phone

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LDnQpD_uFQ

/no, the WHITE phone
 
2014-07-08 07:11:38 AM  

Ambivalence: They usually have a reason, but it's not always clear what the reason is. If a cat is stalking you that could mean it's frustrated and needs an outlet for its frustration. Toy mice and climbing trees and something to chase (preferablly not another animal). I used to have a cat that played fetch. She went crazy for those caps that come on syrup bottles. You'd toss it and she's run after it, bat it around like crazy, and then scoop it up in her mouth and bring it back for you to throw again. She had us trained good. Cats are predators, they need something to hunt, on occasion.


Milk jug rings worked for me. They would "Bounce" when he pawed at them. Also A Cat Dancer  (stiff spring wire with a cardboard tuft on the end) will make even an older cat act like a kitten. The cardboard was easy to replace (or just get a new one) and just stick the handle end in a drawer or whatever and the cat will play with it for awhile all on its own. I think that to them it looks like a moth or butterfly so if your cat chases them then you're golden.
 
2014-07-08 07:26:35 AM  
FTFA: The owners said the cat has never had any shots or vaccinations.

So yeah, they were absolutely stellar pet owners.

G*ddamn stupid people.
 
2014-07-08 07:39:15 AM  
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Ladies and gentlemen, most of the cat wrangling gear you will ever need. I would suggest chaps to protect your legs too. Denim is not enough.
 
2014-07-08 07:49:02 AM  
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2014-07-08 07:50:57 AM  
Sure they look sweet and innocent...
www.cinemacats.com

Then... BOOM

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2014-07-08 08:01:27 AM  

Cold_Sassy: FTFA: The owners said the cat has never had any shots or vaccinations.

So yeah, they were absolutely stellar pet owners.

G*ddamn stupid people.


anti-vaxxer pet owners...if only there were a cancer vaccine.
 
2014-07-08 08:03:05 AM  

ReverendJasen: karmachameleon: Is this the thread where I can watch people who...
This is the thread where we learn who on Fark is the most likely to be featured in their own news article for being trapped in a room and calling 911 on a cat.

Knowing that a mad cat can fark you up, and calling 911 because your kitty is mad, are two entirely different things, dubmass.

fusillade762:
Can animals be psychopaths?


Of course. Their brains aren't all that different than our own, and they are probably abused even more, since they can't talk about it. And some people just really hate cats.
 
2014-07-08 08:05:16 AM  

powhound: I don't understand this. It's a cat. What's next, being terrorized by gerbils?


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2014-07-08 08:05:17 AM  

gfid: Cold_Sassy: FTFA: The owners said the cat has never had any shots or vaccinations.

So yeah, they were absolutely stellar pet owners.

G*ddamn stupid people.

anti-vaxxer pet owners...if only there were a cancer vaccine.


How about a stupid people vaccine?  I'd get behind that 100%.
 
2014-07-08 08:09:25 AM  
Heeeeere's Fluffy!
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2014-07-08 08:12:40 AM  

Ambivalence: If your cat doesn't like having its belly rubbed, don't do that.


Some of them love to trick you into doing it by rolling over and begging for it, only to spring the claw trap on you when you try!

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2014-07-08 08:19:39 AM  

LowbrowDeluxe: powhound: I don't understand this. It's a cat. What's next, being terrorized by gerbils?

All I can say is, try it sometime.  My ex-wife had a feral rescue that was fine for years, then got knocked up (I know, I know).  Soon as she had the kittens she reverted to feral hard.  Cats are no joke when they're seriously willing to fark you up but you don't want to do the same.


Meh. I have a cat that's gone feral on occasion. Screaming, hissing, biting, clawing. Cats can't kill you. You get bitten and scratched. Once you get over instinctual fear you can deal with it.
 
2014-07-08 08:20:42 AM  
Russian Blue Shorthair:
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British Blue Shorthair:
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2014-07-08 08:24:00 AM  
FTFA: The owners said the cat has never had any shots or vaccinations

A$$holes.  Maybe the cat has rabies... that is a possible cause of sudden unusual aggressive behaviour.  I hope for the cat's sake this is not the case, but I wouldn't mind the owners having to get a series of painful rabies shots.  Give them the "older" style of shots that went into your abdomen.
 
2014-07-08 08:33:19 AM  

Kibbler: LowbrowDeluxe: powhound: I don't understand this. It's a cat. What's next, being terrorized by gerbils?

All I can say is, try it sometime.  My ex-wife had a feral rescue that was fine for years, then got knocked up (I know, I know).  Soon as she had the kittens she reverted to feral hard.  Cats are no joke when they're seriously willing to fark you up but you don't want to do the same.

Meh. I have a cat that's gone feral on occasion. Screaming, hissing, biting, clawing. Cats can't kill you. You get bitten and scratched. Once you get over instinctual fear you can deal with it.


When I was younger, I had a cat that would do this pretty regularly, (and I swear to God he was NEVER mistreated) and one day while I was just walking past him he just hooked me right in the calf with one of his claws and it hurt badly, and I just lost it.  I tried to kill him.  I tried very hard.  He must've got the message that time because after that he never ever did it again.

/Still have a cool half-moon scar on my left calf.  The cat lived to be 18 Y.O. (mostly because he chose to cut out the arbitrary attacks.)
 
2014-07-08 08:39:28 AM  
fusillade762:Can animals be psychopaths?

I see no reason why an animal's brain could not be randomly faulty, same as any other organ, whether it be from an abnormality that was there from birth, or as a result of disease, or accident trauma, or whatever.

As for psychopathy, having poor impulse control, a need for immediate gratification, and a complete and utter lack of empathy for others, is pretty much the definition of a cat anyway, so I can't see how you'd be able to tell.
 
2014-07-08 08:39:58 AM  
It. Was. Coming. Right. At. Them.
 
2014-07-08 08:45:05 AM  
This from the state where people call 911 when McDonald's runs out of chicken McNuggets.
 
2014-07-08 08:52:46 AM  
Way don't you kick snow on a feral cat and see how you handle it when he goes 6 feet vertical and starts humping your FACE


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-oVhu2fu20&feature=kp
 
2014-07-08 08:54:41 AM  

texastag: According to the article the cat's name is 'Kush' and it's never had any shots.

So, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say these people probably aren't responsible enough to care for another living thing that is any more complex than a plant they plan to smoke.

/Hopefully the cat will find a better home


Doobage fan here, but I'll climb out on that limb with you.  Total shocker if this couple "couldn't afford" health insurance as well....
 
2014-07-08 08:54:48 AM  

ChipNASA: Way don't you kick snow on a feral cat and see how you handle it when he goes 6 feet vertical and starts humping your FACE


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-oVhu2fu20&feature=kp


That was hilarious.
 
2014-07-08 08:59:40 AM  

Cold_Sassy: Kibbler: LowbrowDeluxe: powhound: I don't understand this. It's a cat. What's next, being terrorized by gerbils?

All I can say is, try it sometime.  My ex-wife had a feral rescue that was fine for years, then got knocked up (I know, I know).  Soon as she had the kittens she reverted to feral hard.  Cats are no joke when they're seriously willing to fark you up but you don't want to do the same.

Meh. I have a cat that's gone feral on occasion. Screaming, hissing, biting, clawing. Cats can't kill you. You get bitten and scratched. Once you get over instinctual fear you can deal with it.

When I was younger, I had a cat that would do this pretty regularly, (and I swear to God he was NEVER mistreated) and one day while I was just walking past him he just hooked me right in the calf with one of his claws and it hurt badly, and I just lost it.  I tried to kill him.  I tried very hard.  He must've got the message that time because after that he never ever did it again.

/Still have a cool half-moon scar on my left calf.  The cat lived to be 18 Y.O. (mostly because he chose to cut out the arbitrary attacks.)


Oh thank you. Apparently you can teach a cat not to be an utter shiat. I've always suspected that many cats behave like assholes purely because so many owners are the sort of people who just let them. They claim you can't possibly teach a cat anything and really just shouldn't expect it to behave well. Then they proclaim themselves to be owned by the cat instead of the other way around, as though that is something to be proud of. When the cat gets treated like the most spoiled child in the world, it's not all that surprising it behaves like a spoiled brat.
 
2014-07-08 09:04:52 AM  
Cats don't just go nuts and attack for no reason. I'm betting this one is being abused.
 
2014-07-08 09:21:10 AM  

texastag: According to the article the cat's name is 'Kush' and it's never had any shots.

So, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say these people probably aren't responsible enough to care for another living thing that is any more complex than a plant they plan to smoke.

/Hopefully the cat will find a better home


I'm late to the party but I can't believe it to long to mention "kush".
 
2014-07-08 09:22:16 AM  

mike_d85: This thread is hilarious.
"Cats are viscous and you are helpless against them!"
"Cats are tiny! Me smash cat!"


I love picturing a cat-shaped blob on the floor, slithering towards its next victim.

Oh, and cats can be vicious, too.

/tmyk
 
2014-07-08 09:23:53 AM  
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2014-07-08 09:28:35 AM  

forgotmydamnusername: LowbrowDeluxe: powhound: I don't understand this. It's a cat. What's next, being terrorized by gerbils?

All I can say is, try it sometime.  My ex-wife had a feral rescue that was fine for years, then got knocked up (I know, I know).  Soon as she had the kittens she reverted to feral hard.  Cats are no joke when they're seriously willing to fark you up but you don't want to do the same.

There's your problem. I no longer have the hand speed to knock a hostile animal into next week without getting the shiat bit out of me, but I do have a .44 magnum that will blow a cat in half. No reason why I should put up with that bullshiat from a cat, or from anything else, really. Neither should you.


Rocco?

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2014-07-08 09:31:26 AM  

mike_d85: "Cats are viscous and you are helpless against them!"


Cats are vicious.  Molasses is viscous.
 
2014-07-08 09:32:35 AM  

Seraphym: Rocco?

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That was my favourite scene in that movie.

/don't hate cats
//it was funny as hell
///because I was told slashies come in threes
 
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