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    That's what I mean. Some cats can't be trusted. But some are fine, I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarzy View Post
    The parents are morons letting a cat paw a baby like that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sarzy View Post
    That's what I mean. Some cats can't be trusted. But some are fine, I know.
    Then why call them morons to begin with, maybe they know their cat can be trusted?

    I had a cat who was like that with the kids, anytime one cried she was checking the shit out, Piggy got it a few times for making them cry
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    ^ Well even ones who have always been fine there's always a chance I guess, just like there is with dogs. My dog was such a gentle giant but personally I'd still not have taken a chance with him around a baby.
    If I was ever upset he'd come and paw me too.
    Anyway this cat didn't even have claws so I take back my first comment. Using moron was a bit harsh of me.

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    Adorable.

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    So sweet.
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    Now here's morons:

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    I think declawing a cat is so cruel i have never seen one but it really feels like a mutilation. Sorry for the judgment, I just can't agree with it. Sometimes I look at my wrecked furniture and wish I could, though.

    This kitty seems like a sweetie. My cat always knows when I am upset, even when I am just in a bad mood and she tries to make it better, no claws involved. I wouldn't leave her or any cat alone with a baby (might decide to lie down on top of it and smother it) but if I am there I wouldn't worry about her doing any damage.
    What if Superman is psychotic and everyone can see that he's Clark Kent but they just play along not to set him off?

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    ^ I don't agree with de-clawing either. I wonder how common it is? I've never known a cat that's been de-clawed either.

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    ^ same here: it's awful and cruel!

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    My cats are real sweethearts when they aren't being little bastards. If I'm sick or upset the all come and cluster around me and one of them will sit on my lap and reach out to gently paw my face if I'm crying. On one memorable occassion I was having a blazing row with my roomie and one of the cats went up to him and bit him. My babies know to stick by the one who feeds 'em
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    Cute!
    I feel like someone is going to edit that to make a "healing kitteh" gif. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarzy View Post
    ^ I don't agree with de-clawing either. I wonder how common it is? I've never known a cat that's been de-clawed either.
    I looked it up and it is actually illegal in England and most of Europe. I have certainly never had it offered as an option although it doesn't seem to be officially illegal in Greece (and with the kind of neglect cats suffer here a little mutilation of their extremities would be the least of their problems)
    What if Superman is psychotic and everyone can see that he's Clark Kent but they just play along not to set him off?

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    ^ Ah, interesting. I didn't know it was illegal in most of Europe.

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    According to the European Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals which most EU countries have signed, the cropping of ears, removal of vocal cords and declawing are illegal. I didn't know either that it was by law, I thought it just wasn't a common practice.
    What if Superman is psychotic and everyone can see that he's Clark Kent but they just play along not to set him off?

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    I don't care what anyone says, my cat is just as, if not more loyal than any dumb dog. He knows when I'm upset and is immediately by my side - clearly this is what that kitty was doing!

    And it makes me sad to know he was declawed too. It's so unnecessary.
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