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(Quote) Mary-583970 said: I have no problem opening my home to animals, but I treat them as such- animals! They are ...
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I have no problem opening my home to animals, but I treat them as such- animals! They are not my "babies" and they are not toys. They are wild beasts who have the -priviledge- of living in my home instead of outdoors (where they belong). I have some outfits for my cat, simply to take humiliating photos of him, but it's not like I buy them thinking "Oh he will look SO CUTE in this, I just KNOW my wittle baby will appreciate it~"

Does this attitude make a difference to men? Whether or not a girl has a cat, sure whatever, but what about her attitude toward her cat?

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Yes Yes it does. I love our family pets but they are pets not people. Your attitude on putting out fits on your cat is also nice.

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Of course not! I just forgot to mention it in the previous post. I don't want a gentleman to think that I might be a woman with lots of cats!
Jan 3rd 2013 new

On a related note, how do men feel about dating a woman who owns an elephant? duck
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Jan 3rd 2013 new

(Quote) Andrew-884539 said: Not a problem at all as long as she does not mind dating a guy with a dog. BIG bonus ...
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Not a problem at all as long as she does not mind dating a guy with a dog.


BIG bonus points if her cat is a good hunter.

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Welcome to Forums Andrew!
Hmmm not sure if I agree with that. Moxie is an awesome hunter...the problem is she doesn't alway kill everything she drags into the house. I operate a 'No Kill' rescue in my house. I have had to rescue morning doves, humming birds, mice, rats etc. It's a bit of a pain. Worse when she kills it and spreads it all over the bedroom. She is currently on lock down, with only supervised excursions into the front yard and a completely fenced in backyard with chicken wire and an 8' fence. (But she's worth it)!

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(Quote) Patrick-624504 said: First to the crux of the question, if a man judges a person by the animal they have they arent ...
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First to the crux of the question, if a man judges a person by the animal they have they arent worth the effort.

Second any creature that comes and goes at will, never comes when called, food excepted, does exactly as it pleases when and where it pleases, the way IT wants to do, and still manages to be loved and fed and housed is my kind of animal and deserves to be ruler of the world- I quote the Brain.

I always remember the Islamic myth of why and how cats were created.........

Noah complained to God the ark was being overrun by rodents and associated vermin, and the Big Cats did nothing about them because they were not a big enough meal. So God made a lioness sneeze and from the sneeze formed the cat. God ga ve the cat to Noah and told him the cat would have the virtues of the Big cat but would be small enough to hunt mice rats and other vermine and in return Man had to give them a place to live and hunt.

The Moslems also believe the cats purr is a prayer to God as the purr sounds similar to the sound of the word Allaha, and so forbid the cruelty to cats and hold them in high regard. Ever Arab house has at least one cat.

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LOVE IT!
I do meditate with my cat in the morning...with a cup of coffee in hand and Moxie on my chest. I love her purr, and I love that reference.

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(Quote) Mary-583970 said: I'd like to know, too! I have a cat, he is a big boy at 22lbs, and I have had him for just ove...
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I'd like to know, too! I have a cat, he is a big boy at 22lbs, and I have had him for just over 10 years now! I love him very much, but I really like dogs better overall. I have a German Shepard/Rottie mix I rescued from death row- she is amazing, I LOVE big dogs (little dogs are......cute.) I also let my sister adopt a stray kitten (she lives with me), so thats: 2 cats and a large dog in one tiny townhome :P luckily, half my guests can't even tell I have animals, I keep it pretty fresh, plus the cats spend all day outside usually.

I have no problem opening my home to animals, but I treat them as such- animals! They are not my "babies" and they are not toys. They are wild beasts who have the -priviledge- of living in my home instead of outdoors (where they belong). I have some outfits for my cat, simply to take humiliating photos of him, but it's not like I buy them thinking "Oh he will look SO CUTE in this, I just KNOW my wittle baby will appreciate it~"

Does this attitude make a difference to men? Whether or not a girl has a cat, sure whatever, but what about her attitude toward her cat?

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Wow, that is a huge cat! Hmmm yeah, I would agree your attitude toward animals is more unusual...like to see what the guys think. Some people do see their pets as children...not sure if that is good or bad. I guess I am somewhat in the middle. I don't think of her as a child, but at the same time, she is the one I wake up to and also the last person I see at night. I miss her when I am away. The longer I have her, the more I learn about her and feel bonded to her. Cats change, just like people change. She's getting older and a lot more mellow.
Cheers and Happy New Year!

Jan 3rd 2013 new

(Quote) Angela-374523 said: On a related note, how do men feel about dating a woman who owns an elephant? http://www.you...
(Quote) Angela-374523 said:

On a related note, how do men feel about dating a woman who owns an elephant?
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HAVE ONE!
...just kidding...this one is 7 years old...and just on borrow in Nepal.

Jan 3rd 2013 new
As long as she likes dogs. I've raised blind kittens (as well as puppies and squirrels) on bottles. They grew into the most spoiled cats I ever saw. But like someone else wrote, no crazy cat women.
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I like animals of all kinds. Currently don't own any because the "human" companion is more of what I crave. Once that it established then if mutually agreed upon creatures of God would be more than welcomed.

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(Quote) Donna-871766 said: I like animals of all kinds. Currently don't own any because the "human" companion ...
(Quote) Donna-871766 said:

I like animals of all kinds. Currently don't own any because the "human" companion is more of what I crave. Once that it established then if mutually agreed upon creatures of God would be more than welcomed.

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You like animals of all kinds, then you've come to the right place. eyepopping wide eyed surprised laughing laughing laughing

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