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    I think Grimm does have a point, I never really looked at it that way, probably because I am total dog freak, but theres just something about coming home from a crappy day and seeing that tail wagging like they haven't seen you in months.
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    Funny they don't even bother to ask about cats, lol!

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    I hate cats.

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    Me too.
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    I love cats and I think they feel love too
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    Go look at that lion video in the pet thread... they feel love too. Sweet pussycat love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintTheTownRed View Post
    I love cats and I think they feel love too
    Me, too
    I love dogs and cats both, but since I only have a cat now, I have to be a little partial.
    Hubby and I were discussing something similar. He said that my cat, Lucy, doesn't understand what I am saying to her. I wanted him to explain how she knew to come when I called her. He thinks she knows her name, but doesn't know if I ask her if her food was good, or if I speak to her when I come home and she speaks back...he thinks I am crazy because I talk to her, but she answers me back.
    I have noticed that he has been talking to her a little more, so I think he is either realizing she does, or is trying to test my theory. It's really sweet, whatever the reason

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    All animals are awesome, and not just the furry ones either. Now, I know my cats and dogs feel love and so did my ferrets. Neverending love and affection. I swear one of my kitties is like velcro he's so stuck on me! Now my python, on the other hand, is certainly pleasant but I can't fool myself into thinking he misses me when I'm gone.

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    Lol

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    They know more love than humans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crumpet View Post
    All animals are awesome, and not just the furry ones either. Now, I know my cats and dogs feel love and so did my ferrets. Neverending love and affection. I swear one of my kitties is like velcro he's so stuck on me! Now my python, on the other hand, is certainly pleasant but I can't fool myself into thinking he misses me when I'm gone.
    aww come on, I'm sure the python cries when you leave!

    I love cats too, we have two to go along with our five dogs.
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    They do.

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    Quote:
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    All animals are awesome, and not just the furry ones either. Now, I know my cats and dogs feel love and so did my ferrets. Neverending love and affection. I swear one of my kitties is like velcro he's so stuck on me! Now my python, on the other hand, is certainly pleasant but I can't fool myself into thinking he misses me when I'm gone.

    aww come on, I'm sure the python cries when you leave!

    I think he's pretty happy as long as he gets his dead rat every 2-3 weeks and his home is set at 82 degrees. In that sense, he really doesn't ask for much, but he seems to like swimming in my deep bathtub.

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    How big is he crumpet? he only eats every 2-3 weeks? is a rat that filling? I know nothing about snakes
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    He is about 3 1/2 to 4 feet and will not get over 6 feet tops. He could live anywhere from 20-40 years, he is just a small breed of python. To some degree you can influence how rapidly they grow depending on how frequently they are fed. Mine certainly is not underfed, and I can tell when he is ready to eat, usually every 2 1/2 weeks. After he eats he is non-active for several days while he digests. Then he will shed in about a week or two because he is growing (ever so slightly). After they shed, they are usually very hungry and when they get hungry they start moving around a lot. I just re 'furnished' his cage with new reptile carpet, dish, tree, house. Is it silly that I'm worried if he likes it?

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