For The Cat Lovers

Discussion in 'Pet Central' started by TruckDuo, Jan 15, 2016.

  1. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    Don't feed the feral cat Villie.

    Not sure where tripod is, but his loudmouth friend isn't happy. He's talkative. I ask a question and I get a response.

    On a musing whim I asked where tripod is. Long pause followed by a real soft meow. Loudmouth started looking at the ground.

    Probably just my imagination but I swear that cat understands. And if I understood loudmouth, then I may not be seeing tripod anymore. :(
     
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  2. GAnthony

    GAnthony Official ORD Oddball

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  3. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    Probably not quite that much. My brother has been into it for a few years, since before drones became more affordable, and that's part of why we've seen this skyrocketing trend in drone users.

    I got one off Amazon for 60$...

    But then you have arseholes (read: idiots) who do crap like in that video and everybody wants to go shoot that drone.
     
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  4. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

  5. mountaingote

    mountaingote Gote With a Tude & a BIG Hammer Staff Member

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  6. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    Being Me, I had to go be difficult and find a cat that looks like a dog...because confusing Ming is fun.

    Ended up stumbling upon a "new" (2015) breed of cat given one heck of a name...

    The Lykoi (taken from the word lycanthrope) looks eerily similar to well...

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    http://www.catbreedselector.com/lykoi.asp

    This is a real cat. Not some bored rich person who thought it'd be funny to make their cat look like a werewolf.

    ...the jury is still out on what happens if you are bitten by one of these cats though..
     
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  7. Vorador

    Vorador Head Dog

    Fuckin' 'ay.

    The best purpose fer drones is target practice.
     
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  8. Blu_Ogre

    Blu_Ogre Resident Happy Hippie

    The co-pilot was not amused with traffic along the way....... 20170923_105307.jpeg
     
  9. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    Guess nobody got that e-meow that they needed to get off the roads as the King of the West is coming.
     
  10. Vorador

    Vorador Head Dog

    Purt near ready to kick mine out da door. Keeps "goin" other places than the litter box...:mad:
     
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  11. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    o_O

    Is that an abnormal thing for your cat?
     
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  12. Vorador

    Vorador Head Dog

    Nope. Just started it out the blue.... Seems like they all kinda do that sooner or later.

    Of course, the o' lady keeps givin' tooney fish like I dun told her not to do more times than I wanna count. And, she HAD to have this one because "it looks like the other one". No, personality don't count for a damn thing either apparently. :rolleyes:
     
  13. GAnthony

    GAnthony Official ORD Oddball

    depending on age and health, that cat may actually have an infection or worms, making it "go" all of a sudden. have you had it checked out at a real vet, or some neighborhood "cat lady"...???

    save money on the toonafish, look for cans that contain a mix of dolphin.
     
  14. Vorador

    Vorador Head Dog

    Shouldn't be. Ain't but 4 years old. The canned food mighta dunnit though. It usually does.
     
  15. GAnthony

    GAnthony Official ORD Oddball

    animals can get infections in a number of ways at any age. being outside and walking on the grass/dirt, then licking those paws, they could have pickup something from another animal.

    i know the dry cat food once contained (i think) an ash or ash by product, and since cats/dogs do not hydrate as often as we humans do, the animal can develop kidney stones, or other illness as well.

    if you cat is 100% an indoor cat, some WILL eat or at least, lick thier own fecal matter.....

    so age, is not a factor a,one in the over all health.

    somme canned food may contain an ingredient that is not digestible to some pets. it will be a process of elimination to see what works, and what doesn't.

    so in the end, it may not be entirely the cat's fault or his/her behavior issues. unless no one pays any attention to it, all day long.
     
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  16. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    Beat me to it G. Yeah, I agree. Uncharacteristic behavior of any animal is usually a sign that something is wrong.

    "Missing" the box usually means sick.
     
  17. GAnthony

    GAnthony Official ORD Oddball

    or, the cat just wants to think outside the box?
     
  18. Vorador

    Vorador Head Dog

    Could be.

    Ain’t showin’ no other kinda signs of bein’ sickly like mopin’ around or nuthin’. Also had somebody tell me once that pissin’ elsewhere is kinda more tellin’ of a problem than crappin’, which most of the time is behavioral.
     
  19. Vilhiem

    Vilhiem Wiki Willie (Captain Obvious)

    It could very well be behavioral. You know your feline better than us.

    But if poop or pee is "suddenly" appearing outside of the designated area when it hasn't been an issue in the past, then there's a problem. And it's not the pee or poop. Lol

    Skittish, easily spooked, doesn't want to be touched...just about anything that's out of the ordinary is a marker. Pets may not speak like we do, but they do talk to us if we pay attention.
     
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  20. GAnthony

    GAnthony Official ORD Oddball

    if there is a strong odor to the urine link ammonia (i think) the cat has a problem. just you or someone take it to the vet. the sooner it gets checked out, the happier it'll be, and so will everyone else. delaying a trip to the vet is certainly not in the animals favor.
     
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