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2010-06-16 8:12:55 AM  
Just another reason why cats are better than dogs.

Dogs = dumber than dirt
 
2010-06-16 8:16:05 AM  
I like to eat pussies too!
 
2010-06-16 8:18:48 AM  
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Welcome to your next nightmare.

 
2010-06-16 8:49:05 AM  
TOY cats.... I am disappoint by lack of half-digested cat carcass.
 
2010-06-16 9:24:00 AM  
I made you a cat but I eated it.
 
2010-06-16 9:24:13 AM  
I thought of this scene from Man's Best Friend. copy and paste since it might upset cat lovers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSlFOaFQJpU
 
2010-06-16 11:07:54 AM  

eddyatwork: I thought of this scene from Man's Best Friend. copy and paste since it might upset cat lovers.

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


You owe me a friggin keyboard.
And I like cats.
 
2010-06-16 11:36:41 AM  
That woman HAS to be a Tfette.
 
2010-06-16 11:37:59 AM  
Man, Snowy's owner sure is hot....
 
2010-06-16 11:39:16 AM  
well i think we can safely assume this wasnt on page 3...
 
2010-06-16 11:41:39 AM  
Here is video goodness.


clicky

(new window)


SFW
 
2010-06-16 11:43:38 AM  

gopher321: Just another reason why cats are better than dogs.

Dogs = dumber than dirt


YKHIKYG?
 
2010-06-16 11:45:39 AM  

LineNoise: That woman HAS to be a Tfette.


Why, because she won't touch your penis? I'm sorry, but fact is global to ALL women.
 
2010-06-16 11:47:24 AM  

rgriffithi: I like to eat pussies too!


came to say that...

/will cum again
 
2010-06-16 11:48:37 AM  

eddyatwork: I thought of this scene from Man's Best Friend. copy and paste since it might upset cat lovers.

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


The comments are full of stupid though.
 
2010-06-16 11:49:02 AM  
What eating pussy might look like...

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lol
 
2010-06-16 11:51:30 AM  
Long time ago my neighbor had an Akida. It looked exactly like a circus bear in their yard. I tried to get them to take a very young, small kitten from me (I had found a litter of strays), and she said "Let's see if it gets along with the dog!" and put the kitty between the dog's front paws.

The dog swallowed it whole. In the blink of an eye.

She was crying and beating on the dog yelling "Spit it out! Spit it out!" It was awful but I was trying not to laugh out loud. I thought "Okay - one stray kitten taken care of."
 
2010-06-16 11:53:48 AM  
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Sponsored by Nike

 
2010-06-16 11:55:20 AM  

LineNoise: That woman HAS to be a Tfette.


Whatever, my crudely drawn tattoo is on my back.

/not a tfette anymore anyway ;)
 
2010-06-16 11:56:25 AM  

FirstDennis: Long time ago my neighbor had an Akida. It looked exactly like a circus bear in their yard. I tried to get them to take a very young, small kitten from me (I had found a litter of strays), and she said "Let's see if it gets along with the dog!" and put the kitty between the dog's front paws.

The dog swallowed it whole. In the blink of an eye.

She was crying and beating on the dog yelling "Spit it out! Spit it out!" It was awful but I was trying not to laugh out loud. I thought "Okay - one stray kitten taken care of."


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That would be an Akita.
 
2010-06-16 11:59:30 AM  
Usually it's a dog chasing a cat and not knowing what to do with it when they catch it. This dog knows what to do, but is too lazy to chase a lilve one. What a crazy mixed up world.
 
2010-06-16 12:00:48 PM  

LineNoise: That woman HAS to be a Tfette.


Why do you think that? I didn't see any mention of her other 12 dogs.
 
2010-06-16 12:01:29 PM  
LULZ! It's like an Itchy & Scratchy cartoon.
 
2010-06-16 12:01:43 PM  

FirstDennis: Long time ago my neighbor had an Akida. It looked exactly like a circus bear in their yard. I tried to get them to take a very young, small kitten from me (I had found a litter of strays), and she said "Let's see if it gets along with the dog!" and put the kitty between the dog's front paws.

The dog swallowed it whole. In the blink of an eye.

She was crying and beating on the dog yelling "Spit it out! Spit it out!" It was awful but I was trying not to laugh out loud. I thought "Okay - one stray kitten taken care of."


CSB. Really, it is.
 
2010-06-16 12:03:04 PM  
Wait, aren't the Brits the ones always making fun of how fat us Amuricans are? 'Cause that chick belongs in the sperm whale story a couple of headlines down.

/Pot, Kettle
//Kettle, Pot
 
2010-06-16 12:09:34 PM  

Why Would I Read the Article: Man, Snowy's owner sure is hot....


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you..... DICK!!
 
2010-06-16 12:09:49 PM  

gopher321: Just another reason why cats are better than dogs.

Dogs = dumber than dirt


yeah, i remember watching all those search and rescue cats combing the rubble after the Haiti earthquake. amazing cats to the rescue!
 
2010-06-16 12:11:29 PM  

LineNoise: That woman HAS to be a Tfette.


A real Tfatte would have eaten the dog.

//BOOM!!
//roasted
 
2010-06-16 12:11:45 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: gopher321: Just another reason why cats are better than dogs.

Dogs = dumber than dirt

yeah, i remember watching all those search and rescue cats combing the rubble after the Haiti earthquake. amazing cats to the rescue!


Thanks for proving the point - you would NEVER get a cat to go to Haiti for any reason.
 
2010-06-16 12:14:20 PM  
Came looking for a picture of a real carcass, left with a picture of something out of toy pet cemetery.
 
2010-06-16 12:14:30 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: gopher321: Just another reason why cats are better than dogs.

Dogs = dumber than dirt

yeah, i remember watching all those search and rescue cats combing the rubble after the Haiti earthquake. amazing cats to the rescue!


Bomb-sniffing cats, seeing-eye cats, guard cats: haven't heard of those either. Is it because cats are dumb, or just lazy?

Perhaps gopher321's original assertion can be saved by simply making it more specific. For example:

poodles = dumber than dirt
 
2010-06-16 12:20:59 PM  
No mention of Dita Von Teese in the headlines bar on the right?
 
2010-06-16 12:22:45 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: gopher321: Just another reason why cats are better than dogs.

Dogs = dumber than dirt

yeah, i remember watching all those search and rescue cats combing the rubble after the Haiti earthquake. amazing cats to the rescue!


"You want me to go where? To find who? Yeah, I'll be over here in this sunbeam." Seems like the smart choice to me.
 
2010-06-16 12:23:02 PM  
I recently adopted a puppy from the local humane society. She's very well behaved and everything, when I'm around, but everyday I come home from work to find that she's chewed up something and made a mess.

This seems like a dog thread; can anyone tell me how to train my dog to not do bad things while she's home alone during the day?
 
2010-06-16 12:25:31 PM  
Also - I have a crate for her; but she doesn't seem to like it. The first night I had her, I locked her in and she cried/barked the whole night. Now she seems afraid of it.

I'd rather not lock her up all day, but I also don't want to have to pick up after her either.
 
2010-06-16 12:25:45 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: I recently adopted a puppy from the local humane society. She's very well behaved and everything, when I'm around, but everyday I come home from work to find that she's chewed up something and made a mess.

This seems like a dog thread; can anyone tell me how to train my dog to not do bad things while she's home alone during the day?


she is probably bored and lonely, kennel her until you can trust her.
 
2010-06-16 12:26:03 PM  

TF2_Pyro: No mention of Dita Von Teese in the headlines bar on the right?


Great. Someone who knows how to get me to click on TFA link.
 
2010-06-16 12:26:42 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: I recently adopted a puppy from the local humane society. She's very well behaved and everything, when I'm around, but everyday I come home from work to find that she's chewed up something and made a mess.

This seems like a dog thread; can anyone tell me how to train my dog to not do bad things while she's home alone during the day?


Crate train her. It keeps the house safe and the dog safe.
 
2010-06-16 12:27:25 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: I recently adopted a puppy from the local humane society. She's very well behaved and everything, when I'm around, but everyday I come home from work to find that she's chewed up something and made a mess.

This seems like a dog thread; can anyone tell me how to train my dog to not do bad things while she's home alone during the day?


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2010-06-16 12:27:48 PM  

eddyatwork: I thought of this scene from Man's Best Friend. copy and paste since it might upset cat lovers.

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


That was just sad... about as realistic as:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VObQfWMgmIM (new window)
 
2010-06-16 12:28:15 PM  
I couldn't find a condom after having sex one afternoon. My future wife took our new puppy over to her mothers house after we were done. He pooped the condom out in my future mother-in-laws back lawn. It was amusing and nauseating at the same time.
 
2010-06-16 12:29:49 PM  

FirstDennis: Long time ago my neighbor had an Akida. It looked exactly like a circus bear in their yard. I tried to get them to take a very young, small kitten from me (I had found a litter of strays), and she said "Let's see if it gets along with the dog!" and put the kitty between the dog's front paws.

The dog swallowed it whole. In the blink of an eye.

She was crying and beating on the dog yelling "Spit it out! Spit it out!" It was awful but I was trying not to laugh out loud. I thought "Okay - one stray kitten taken care of."


Psychopathy much?
 
2010-06-16 12:30:18 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: This seems like a dog thread; can anyone tell me how to train my dog to not do bad things while she's home alone during the day?


How old a puppy? I fully endorse crate training for the first year. After my dogs would stop having accidents in the house and be able to wait I'd still still them to go inside when I leave in the morning but wouldn't lock it. Once they learn they have reign over the house leave toys around on the floor, away from the crate, that are specifically designed to occupy and stimulate the dog (like the ones where you hide a treat inside). The crate will be like their base to go back to throughout the day.

If you catch the dog chewing something red handed you may scold them and maybe banish them to the crate or outside. Once they chewed something up and you find it later the dog doesn't even recognize what they did was wrong and doesn't learn a lesson. Oh, there's a mess on the floor? Is that why you're mad? As a pet owner you need to just keep things on tables and counter tops, especially if it's teething. If they continue chewing on your stuff (not much you can do about power chords) you may have to prolong crate training.

Once you're confident that you can trust the dog home alone and think that it's house broken replace the crate entirely w/ a dog bed. Use its towel or blanket on top of it so it will start using it and associate that bed as its base.
 
2010-06-16 12:33:40 PM  

bride_of_adam_cole: I couldn't find a condom after having sex one afternoon. My future wife took our new puppy over to her mothers house after we were done. He pooped the condom out in my future mother-in-laws back lawn. It was amusing and nauseating at the same time.


That's nothing. My sister and I, both young women with healthy reproductive systems in our child bearing years, struggle that almost monthly. I got into a habit of closing the bathroom door but would forget sometimes as would she. So during that time of the month I would put it on top of the toilet tank but my sister would take it down so she could lay her make up stuff on top of it and forget to put it back. Finally I had to buy a new trash can with a lid on it and we haven't seen the dog pooping any tampons since.
 
2010-06-16 12:38:39 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: Also - I have a crate for her; but she doesn't seem to like it. The first night I had her, I locked her in and she cried/barked the whole night. Now she seems afraid of it.

I'd rather not lock her up all day, but I also don't want to have to pick up after her either.


This might help with the behavior:

http://www.weimaraneraddict.com/discussion/dog-tears-up-the-house-ever​ytime-i-l e ave-t12448.html?hilit=crating

As for getting her to like the crate, you want to make the crate a fun place. Start feeding her in there, give her a kong or other fun toy when she's in there. I started giving my dog a treat for every time she went in, and now she goes in even if I just walk in that room. I used to have to drag her in. Crate her when you are at home too, so she gets used to being in there and doesn't just associate it with you leaving.
If you have some time, look through some more posts at weimaraneraddict.com Weims are notorious trouble makers and you can find a lot of information about crate training because most of us have to.
Trust me, you're not the only one with this issue.
 
2010-06-16 12:38:44 PM  

Fark_Guy_Rob: I recently adopted a puppy from the local humane society. She's very well behaved and everything, when I'm around, but everyday I come home from work to find that she's chewed up something and made a mess.

This seems like a dog thread; can anyone tell me how to train my dog to not do bad things while she's home alone during the day?


The crate is not to be used as punishment, but as a treat. So, leave the door open and available to her when you are home. When you are home give her treats, but only when she is in the crate. pet her when she is in the crate, reward her greatly when she goes in it. pretty soon she'll equate the crate with good things.
 
2010-06-16 12:42:11 PM  

kimwim: The crate is not to be used as punishment, but as a treat. So, leave the door open and available to her when you are home. When you are home give her treats, but only when she is in the crate. pet her when she is in the crate, reward her greatly when she goes in it. pretty soon she'll equate the crate with good things.


My dog would actually scratch the latch to open up the door and crawl inside on her down time. She loved it. It was like taking away her security blanket when I replaced it with a dog bed and she ended up spending a lot of time under the kitchen table instead. About a week into the new system she finally would go to the bed and now spends much of her day in it.
 
2010-06-16 12:48:10 PM  
Came here to for comments on how CUTE that Vet is.

/leaves disappointed
 
2010-06-16 12:51:25 PM  
I usually say, "If it's a dog-eat-dog world, I'll put my money on the cat", but in cases like this all bets are off...
 
2010-06-16 12:53:00 PM  

greenbeetle: Came here to for comments on how CUTE that Vet is.

/leaves disappointed


*checks link again*

Awww... he's like puppy cute himself!
 
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