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        03-05-2009, 02:43 PM
      #21
    Trained
    TravelingGypsy~ I'm happy to report that "Tucker" (still haven't decided on a name for him the kids are calling him "taco" :roll:) is now using the litter box!!!!!!

    I'm SO freaking happy, like I never thought I'd be happy about cat wee, but this is making me VERY happy!!! No new accidents and the chickens are now outside!!!!

    WHEW!!! I'm glad he figured everything out quickly!!!! Though last night after we all went to be he was wandering around the kitchen making little "Mow" sounds.... I thought of you and laughed inside.... I hope he doesn't end up ******ed too!!!

    Oh...that the kitty shotgun literally made me LOL!!! I want a pictures!!! That's gotta be hilarious!!!
         
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        03-05-2009, 03:56 PM
      #22
    Trained
    Awesome Dumas'! I'm glad "Tucker" is working out! It's a relief that it was more likely the chickens.
         
        03-07-2009, 04:01 PM
      #23
    Yearling
    Thats so great Dumas! He sounds like a great lil cat, but I don't think you have to worry about him being retarted.
    Lol I mean this cat here is sooooo darn stupid! Her expressions and then she gets that siamese cross eyes. I mean she's just like "Dur, dur!" I will get pics of the shotgun thing.
         
        03-08-2009, 12:04 PM
      #24
    Banned
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    Originally Posted by travlingypsy    
    This cat is driving me insane! She is walking around meowing off the top of her lungs! Im yelling at her to shut up and she runs towards me! She sees my dog out side she runs to him and meows. She's at the window meowing! In the sink MEOOOOWWWWING! Im loosing my mind!
    She's soooo freakin retarted. I mean really this cat has some wires missing in her brain!
    Right now she's sitting in the middle of the kitchen meowwwing! Theres foor/water, two other cats to play with, a puppy, butt load of toys!
    What the heck!

    Is that you holding the 'insane' cat? Llolo!!!!
         
        03-08-2009, 03:09 PM
      #25
    Foal
    My cats does the meowing non stop thing only when she's upset with me or feels like she's had something big happen and she needs to share or complain.

    I.e if I go away for a week and board her at a cattery she'll meow non stop for the first day once she gets back. Telling me off for putting her in that place and being away etc.

    I love cats though and I don't mind the meowing or mess or work that can come from having them.

    Which is just as good because my Nikita is a bengal cat, gorgeous but a lot of work to take care of and she gets destructive if bored (she'll do things like get my wardrobe open and jump into it and throw all the clothes onto the floor, jump into my book shelves and throw books down, jump onto and into everything, wake me up, pounce on and attack my feet etc.).

    If I play enough with her and provide her with a stimulating environment she's great to be around. Still most bengals are very very energetic (like crazily so) and definitely not a cat everyone would be happy with. I love mine to bits though. She's a fantastic mini leopard



         
        03-08-2009, 05:22 PM
      #26
    Yearling
    Morganshow- that's just some random pic of a crazy cat lady. I don't know who it is. Oh and that cat is a fake one.

    Siggav- lol, I don't really like cats. Maybe because I've delt with so many wacko ones. I love the males tho, they are my fav. I once rescued a 5 week old kitten that was sitting on the side walk just waiting..So we stopped, ofcourse he ran into the stickers and I got my hand cut up to get him out. But he was my Bubba man and he was soooo cool. Like my lil baby, we later had to give him up and the shelter put him down because he had something wrong with his lungs
    :(
    Your cat is really pritty! And a smart little cookie.
         
        03-09-2009, 05:20 PM
      #27
    Trained
    We've tried desperately to change the cat's name... The name he came with is "Goober" turns out he knows his name....

    He's officially (still/back to) Goober.

    He's quit meowing so much, he only does it when he feels we should know he's done playing with something he shouldn't have or when he's finished his food. (He gets upset when the bowl is empty but won't eat any more until he's hungry again?!?! (weirdo)
         
        03-09-2009, 05:24 PM
      #28
    Yearling
    Lol Goober. That's cute.. Marylee knows her name to well all the cats do, but when mare mare is in trouble I just yell at her and she looks at me with the funniest expresion like " I didnt do it!" I guess Goober likes to know he's got food.

    I havent been able to get pics of the shot gun kitty, no ones here to take a pic. So I'll have to get them later in the week.
         
        03-09-2009, 06:19 PM
      #29
    Foal
    help!!!

    Ok. I need help!!! I have a mini that we put my 4year old sister on. She just kinda walks around with me or my mom leading her. But recently I have been giving lessons to a little 9 year old girl, and she really wants to ride him. But I would want to put a bit in him to let her go. And its definetly time to let her go by herself. She's been on a lunge line for like a minth and a half now. So I want to let her go. BUT I don't KNOW WHAT SIZ BIT TO PUT HM IN?? Please help!
         
        03-09-2009, 07:08 PM
      #30
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by blujumper1    
    Ok. I need help!!! I have a mini that we put my 4year old sister on. She just kinda walks around with me or my mom leading her. But recently I have been giving lessons to a little 9 year old girl, and she really wants to ride him. But I would want to put a bit in him to let her go. And its definetly time to let her go by herself. She's been on a lunge line for like a minth and a half now. So I want to let her go. BUT I don't KNOW WHAT SIZ BIT TO PUT HM IN?? Please help!

    Um... You might want to put this in the horse training or horse general section. As this is a thread about a really crazy cat. And I wouldnt know about the size of bit to use for a mini. But has he even been in a bit before? You might want to work him on that before sticking a lesson kid on a horse that's not trained for the bit. It could really mess him up.
         
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