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2020-07-11 12:41:18 PM  
Oh sure. But when I do it, people call the police.

I just wanted a sandwich.
 
2020-07-11 1:31:47 PM  
The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!
 
2020-07-11 2:10:29 PM  

LaViergeNoire: The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!


At that age, yes - they are the perfect confluence of cute and dangerous.  That one looks to be 3-4 months of age.

Back in 1967, my grandfather was a wildlife rehabilitator.  He was called out to pick up a 3 week old bobcat kitten that was found in a den.  The mother had been shot by a chicken farmer and another rancher out that way realized the poor creature had been a nursing mother.  So, I got to assist in hand rearing a tiny baby bobcat.  The downside is the cat had zero fear of people, so he could not be released to the wild.  However, bobcats are frightfully smart, so he was trained as an education animal for group presentations.

His name was Fluffy and he lived to be 20.
 
2020-07-11 2:24:11 PM  

Auntie Cheesus: LaViergeNoire: The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!

At that age, yes - they are the perfect confluence of cute and dangerous.  That one looks to be 3-4 months of age.

Back in 1967, my grandfather was a wildlife rehabilitator.  He was called out to pick up a 3 week old bobcat kitten that was found in a den.  The mother had been shot by a chicken farmer and another rancher out that way realized the poor creature had been a nursing mother.  So, I got to assist in hand rearing a tiny baby bobcat.  The downside is the cat had zero fear of people, so he could not be released to the wild.  However, bobcats are frightfully smart, so he was trained as an education animal for group presentations.

His name was Fluffy and he lived to be 20.


I am ridiculously envious. I'm glad the bobcat got to live a full, if unconventional, life.
 
2020-07-11 3:20:09 PM  

Auntie Cheesus: LaViergeNoire: The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!

At that age, yes - they are the perfect confluence of cute and dangerous.  That one looks to be 3-4 months of age.

Back in 1967, my grandfather was a wildlife rehabilitator.  He was called out to pick up a 3 week old bobcat kitten that was found in a den.  The mother had been shot by a chicken farmer and another rancher out that way realized the poor creature had been a nursing mother.  So, I got to assist in hand rearing a tiny baby bobcat.  The downside is the cat had zero fear of people, so he could not be released to the wild.  However, bobcats are frightfully smart, so he was trained as an education animal for group presentations.

His name was Fluffy and he lived to be 20.


Awwwww.
 
2020-07-11 3:49:13 PM  

Auntie Cheesus: LaViergeNoire: The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!

At that age, yes - they are the perfect confluence of cute and dangerous.  That one looks to be 3-4 months of age.

Back in 1967, my grandfather was a wildlife rehabilitator.  He was called out to pick up a 3 week old bobcat kitten that was found in a den.  The mother had been shot by a chicken farmer and another rancher out that way realized the poor creature had been a nursing mother.  So, I got to assist in hand rearing a tiny baby bobcat.  The downside is the cat had zero fear of people, so he could not be released to the wild.  However, bobcats are frightfully smart, so he was trained as an education animal for group presentations.

His name was Fluffy and he lived to be 20.


So...did it use a litter box or did it scratch at the door to go outside?
 
2020-07-11 4:07:50 PM  
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Very dangerous, especially if rear-ended.
 
2020-07-11 4:08:20 PM  

Combustion: Auntie Cheesus: LaViergeNoire: The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!

At that age, yes - they are the perfect confluence of cute and dangerous.  That one looks to be 3-4 months of age.

Back in 1967, my grandfather was a wildlife rehabilitator.  He was called out to pick up a 3 week old bobcat kitten that was found in a den.  The mother had been shot by a chicken farmer and another rancher out that way realized the poor creature had been a nursing mother.  So, I got to assist in hand rearing a tiny baby bobcat.  The downside is the cat had zero fear of people, so he could not be released to the wild.  However, bobcats are frightfully smart, so he was trained as an education animal for group presentations.

His name was Fluffy and he lived to be 20.

So...did it use a litter box or did it scratch at the door to go outside?


Most of the time, he used an oversized custom made litter box.  However, when he was out on his leash, he would use the great outdoors.

He frequently taunted the neighborhood dogs.  As soon as they marked a tree, he would re-claim it by stretching up and raking his claws down the bark, then turning around and spraying on it.  "Spraying on it" was also his response to the yappy little dogs that annoyed him.

There is nothing on the planet quite as pathetic as a Pomeranian covered in bobcat piss.
 
2020-07-11 5:57:10 PM  
Auntie Cheesus:
There is nothing on the planet quite as pathetic as a Pomeranian covered in bobcat piss.

That is a very funny visual. Thanks for making this thread a fun read.
 
2020-07-11 6:03:07 PM  

Auntie Cheesus: LaViergeNoire: The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!

At that age, yes - they are the perfect confluence of cute and dangerous.  That one looks to be 3-4 months of age.

Back in 1967, my grandfather was a wildlife rehabilitator.  He was called out to pick up a 3 week old bobcat kitten that was found in a den.  The mother had been shot by a chicken farmer and another rancher out that way realized the poor creature had been a nursing mother.  So, I got to assist in hand rearing a tiny baby bobcat.  The downside is the cat had zero fear of people, so he could not be released to the wild.  However, bobcats are frightfully smart, so he was trained as an education animal for group presentations.

His name was Fluffy and he lived to be 20.


This is now a Fluffy the bobcat story thread.  Better grab a drink and a charger.
 
2020-07-11 6:32:24 PM  
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2020-07-11 6:51:32 PM  
My cat has dry food and water 100% of the time but in the morning she'll get a little canned food and in the evening either some tuna or chicken*.
She's content with that arrangement and isn't usually interested in whatever takeout I might bring home, unless it's a Big Mac then she loses her mind following me everywhere and meowing her head off until I give her some.  I don't know what it is but she really really likes them.

The cat I had prior had the exact same reaction to cake donuts.
 
2020-07-11 7:30:33 PM  

C18H27NO3: My cat has dry food and water 100% of the time but in the morning she'll get a little canned food and in the evening either some tuna or chicken*.
She's content with that arrangement and isn't usually interested in whatever takeout I might bring home, unless it's a Big Mac then she loses her mind following me everywhere and meowing her head off until I give her some.  I don't know what it is but she really really likes them.

The cat I had prior had the exact same reaction to cake donuts.


Maybe your current cat likes the Big Mac sauce? Not sure what else would be on that burger and not others, generally.

I've always heard the Big Mac sauce was pretty much Thousand Island dressing but maybe it isn't after looking it up. Maybe poke around to get a recipe and put that in a cup and see if it goes for it? Just for fun I'd be interested in just what makes it want a Big Mac.
 
2020-07-11 7:55:47 PM  
Your cat wants a Tuna steak, seared to perfection and delivered without any Eye contact

//and god help you if there's a hair near the plate
 
2020-07-11 10:17:47 PM  

Auntie Cheesus: There is nothing on the planet quite as pathetic as a Pomeranian covered in bobcat piss


Well, that just made my night.
 
2020-07-11 10:26:45 PM  

Auntie Cheesus: Combustion: Auntie Cheesus: LaViergeNoire: The perfect confluence of cute and dangerous. I still want it. I'll give it a fish sandwich anytime it wants!

At that age, yes - they are the perfect confluence of cute and dangerous.  That one looks to be 3-4 months of age.

Back in 1967, my grandfather was a wildlife rehabilitator.  He was called out to pick up a 3 week old bobcat kitten that was found in a den.  The mother had been shot by a chicken farmer and another rancher out that way realized the poor creature had been a nursing mother.  So, I got to assist in hand rearing a tiny baby bobcat.  The downside is the cat had zero fear of people, so he could not be released to the wild.  However, bobcats are frightfully smart, so he was trained as an education animal for group presentations.

His name was Fluffy and he lived to be 20.

So...did it use a litter box or did it scratch at the door to go outside?

Most of the time, he used an oversized custom made litter box.  However, when he was out on his leash, he would use the great outdoors.

He frequently taunted the neighborhood dogs.  As soon as they marked a tree, he would re-claim it by stretching up and raking his claws down the bark, then turning around and spraying on it.  "Spraying on it" was also his response to the yappy little dogs that annoyed him.

There is nothing on the planet quite as pathetic as a Pomeranian covered in bobcat piss.


BWAHAHAHAHA.  You just made my weekend.  Thank you.
 
2020-07-12 3:07:43 AM  
My wife has rescued two (non-bobcat) kittens from car/truck hoods.  One of them was in a truck she parked next to in a parking lot, heard meowing, and the truck was old enough she was able to open the hood, kitten ran away, she cornered it, and it was our pet Spot for 20 years, though always a bit feral.

A bit later, she and coworkers were coming back from dinner, heard the kitten after they'd gotten back to the office, and they guessed it had ridden with them back from the restaurant. Caught that one, cleaned it up, brought it in to work where a coworker adopted it.  They all got scratched up a bit recovering the cat, and the only disinfectant they had around was tequila, but it did the job.
 
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