- Dirty rotten cats!
I hate cats. Fairly predictably so.. Brought up in a family of pigeon fanciers and I’m badly allergic to them. The thought of them rooting round in bins, killing small animals and then waltzing back into the house to walk all over furniture and work tops is disgusting.
Anyway, long drive tonight, check into hotel and go to bar to get some tea. There is a cat in there treating the place as his own and as I expected all over the furniture which I am sitting on, eating, drinking off etc.
Is it because I hate cats that I find this totally unnacceptable? Or is it just that?!
Rant over.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
Of course it treats the place as its own! That’s because it is, the humans are there to obey its every whim.
Feed me, human, feed me now!
Get over it and suck it up, dogs do even worse, roll in fix shit, lick their assholes then lick your face and hands, transmit toxicara canis in the crap they leave all over the place…Posted 4 years agobinnersSubscriber
You do realise you’ll not make it through the night? They are the master race, it’s picked up the vibe it’s getting from you, and it’s presently plotting to kill you in your sleep
My advice would be: be really really nice to it, and pray that in its divine benevolence it may spare youPosted 4 years ago
Haha – nice meme’s!
Yeah pigeons do get a bad name.. unfortunately there aint too many pigeons kicking aboot in here th night (or dogs) but there is a cat whose life expectancy is shrinking dramatically with every step towards my chips!
Was gonna get a couple more pints of stella but don’t trust myselfPosted 4 years agoDracSubscriber
Jeez some wimp dogs there.
Our dog hates them with a passion I was always curious what he would do but of course would never try to find out. Walking the kids to school one day I got an idea, there’s a very bold cat that looks very much like Samuri’s, it’s about 3 years old. It stood one day at the bottom of the drive watching my dog, I had him on the lead and they did an eyeball stand off. The cat got bored of this and went for him trying to hit with it’s paws as they do. My dog spotted this and dodged him before launching at him in a very aggressive stance, thank god I had a tight hold of the lead as he very pissed off at this point. The cat was off like the wind and now keep it’s distance when he comes up the street.Posted 4 years agophiiiiilSubscriber
I didn’t think that dogs-scared-of-cats video was very funny; no wonder the dogs are scared of the cats when the cats lash out at them when they go past! I’d be wary too if my legs were going to get attacked every time I went near one. Yet the owners just laugh at it… I’d be throwing the cat across the room until it learned not to be a feral viscious sod…Posted 4 years ago
Probably.. They’re both dirty. I wouldn’t expect a decent hotel to have either wandering around where people are ordering and eating food.
But I’m not an animal person one little bit.. perfect pet for me would be some ducks in a pond I could chuck bread to in the morning.Posted 4 years agofailedengineerMember
I’m with the OP. I used to think I liked cats, but when I moved in with my partner and her three (one died fairly soon after)cats I realised that they were dirty f**kers. Shiteing in someone’s garden then coming through the catflap and jumping up on the kitchen worktops, furniture etc. She won’t even admonish them. If I had my way I would do away with the catflap for starters and leave them outside all day. I sometimes come home and one of them has peed on the worktop and there’ll be bits of a bird on the carpet or vomit on the floor containing bits of mouse ……..Posted 4 years agofootflapsSubscriber
The only thing a pigeon is good for is feeding sparrrowhawks and peregrine falcons.
Our two catch pigeons and bring them back home for us. Very cute, unless them choose to disembowel them on the living room carpet. We get through a lot of carpet cleaner these days…..Posted 4 years agoBigDummySubscriber
I have no difficulty with cats as such, although I do very much wish they would use the toilet like civilised people.
My neighbour’s cat (which has face cancer and a nasty attitude) has been crapping in my flowerbed so much that I am now mostly pissing into a watering can, which I then sprinkle around the flowerbed to put it off its stroke. It is dragging me down to its level, which I’m no fan of.
🙂Posted 4 years agoBoba FattMember
A woman down the road has a cat that walked into my neighbours house while he was loading the car, got into their bedroom and shat allover their bed and floor (something hasn’t been right with that cat for a while) When he had it out with the owner, she said “it’s just what cats do, they’re free spirits!”
Cats are dicks…….and so are a lot of their owners.
Posted 4 years agoGunzMember
We had a half-scottish wild cat until a couple of months ago, he certainly kept the rabbit numbers down and gave as good as he got with the foxes – wouldn’t let him near the bloody work tops though for the same reason that dogs jumping up all over my clothes makes me want to punch the owner.Posted 4 years ago
Pets are like children in that you love your own but other people aren’t that bothered frankly (and why should they be?).
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