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(YouTube)   Horrifying video of huge dog locked in a life or death battle with a vicious cat. There can be only one cute pet   (youtube.com) divider line 6
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2014-07-20 12:14:41 AM  
2 votes:
Straight for the eyes every time.
2014-07-20 08:25:03 AM  
1 votes:

I'm just asking questions: the whole THAT VIDEO SHO IS VIOLENT comments aren't clever or funny


to be fair, the video sucked kittenballs. The real comdey is being in the thread.

/obviously needs to start submitting 'comdey' films to get his first green.
2014-07-20 05:43:48 AM  
1 votes:
Shiat lie this isn't cute our funny. Stop posting it on fark. The more views, even on accident the more it will incite poodle to produce more.

Grow the fark up subby.
2014-07-20 02:45:21 AM  
1 votes:
HAHAHA look it's actually cute and not at all like the headline says. HAHAHAHAHa I would have never seen that coming. Talk about hilarious comdey.
2014-07-20 12:59:47 AM  
1 votes:

rebelyell2006: Lsherm: That was awful.  You can usually tell when animals are play fighting vs. real fighting because play fighting is silent. That sounded like an army of kittehs being strangled.

Play fighting is very loud, but the tone of actual fighting has a more throaty sound to it, at least when it involves hounds. At which point the only option is to body-slam the worst of the two and quickly put up a barrier to block them. Before we euthanized a nasty coonhound, I made sure to have plastic baby-gates scattered everywhere that could be used as riot shields whenever he turned vicious.


Sorry, I should have specified cats.  They don't get really vocal until "shiat gets real." Usually you can tell if they're playing because of the thumping on the floor, not because of yowling. What's unsettling is that even domesticated cats still do the "go for the throat" attack with each other, and it looks brutal. They let each other know if a line has been crossed with a squeal.
2014-07-20 12:14:56 AM  
1 votes:

Lsherm: That was awful.  You can usually tell when animals are play fighting vs. real fighting because play fighting is silent. That sounded like an army of kittehs being strangled.


Play fighting is very loud, but the tone of actual fighting has a more throaty sound to it, at least when it involves hounds. At which point the only option is to body-slam the worst of the two and quickly put up a barrier to block them. Before we euthanized a nasty coonhound, I made sure to have plastic baby-gates scattered everywhere that could be used as riot shields whenever he turned vicious.
 
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