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Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Winston is such a great name for a pug.

+1


Corrosive Rabbit wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
cat horror story

Okay, I adore cats...but that cat would've been kicked across the room at least twice! O.o

Is this a young cat? Older?

Wow. Even the wost of my cats' hijinxs are now rendered benign and amusing...

no joke, right? I've had dozens of cats in my life, none nearly as clever or vile.

Mildred Percival Wexley. She's almost a year old. Black with a white belly.

Would you like to borrow my pugs? They have a way with cats, as witnessed when my sister-in-law came to visit and brought her cat with her. The cat thought it would be funny to perch on top of the couch, and jump down at Louie, one of the pugs, as he wandered by. Louie responded by taking off in a blur of fawn fur. The cat then looked up at me with this self-satisfied look.

What the cat didn't realize is that Louie is not bright, and that his first response to this was "Play! Run! Play!" When he gets excited, he runs in circles around the couch. So as the cat looked up at me, its victory afterglow was somewhat dimmed as 18 lbs. of pug rounded the couch and gleefully trampled right over the cat. The cat jumped to its feet, only to be trampled by another 19 lbs. of pug, as our other pug, Winston, opted to join in the play by chasing after Louie.

The cat, penned in between the couch and the Ottoman, opted not to flee, but instead tried to lash out at the fast-disappearing Winston with one paw, only to be trampled again by Louie, as he rounded the corner of the couch to start his third lap. Fortunately, the cat managed to stagger out of the way before Winston's next pass, and spent the rest of the visit watching the pugs suspiciously from on top of various bookshelves.

I think that might be the issue, Milly is used to playing with our dog. We have a Miniature Schnauzer (21 pounds) named Dr. Watson Theodore Freeman, he does the same thing.

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Raistlin745 wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
cat horror story

Okay, I adore cats...but that cat would've been kicked across the room at least twice! O.o

Is this a young cat? Older?

Wow. Even the wost of my cats' hijinxs are now rendered benign and amusing...

no joke, right? I've had dozens of cats in my life, none nearly as clever or vile.

Mildred Percival Wexley. She's almost a year old. Black with a white belly.

Okay, yeah, that's still young. Hide your minis, and hopefully in a year she'll be sane. Er...more sane.

I got 2 dogs and 2 cats of my own the cats are 8 and 15 years respectively. Not to long ago the oldest decided he wanted after 15 years to be an outside cat as well as an inside one. when he gets outside in the summer he runs around like a bat outta hell.

They never get sane they just get tired. In time the crazy will come in short bursts.

Yes, that is more accurate. :) My cats at 10 and 11 still get a case of the midnight maddies nearly every night for abotu thirty minutes.


Justin Franklin wrote:
I have two dogs names Ceasar and Brutus, we always worry what will happen on the Ides of March.

That's great.

I'm glad we have the animals, they subdue my paternal drives until my lady decides to start birthing the brood.

I actually enjoy the cat's quirkiness most of the time, but this morning was just miserable.


Corrosive Rabbit wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
cat horror story

Okay, I adore cats...but that cat would've been kicked across the room at least twice! O.o

Is this a young cat? Older?

Wow. Even the wost of my cats' hijinxs are now rendered benign and amusing...

no joke, right? I've had dozens of cats in my life, none nearly as clever or vile.

Mildred Percival Wexley. She's almost a year old. Black with a white belly.

Would you like to borrow my pugs? They have a way with cats, as witnessed when my sister-in-law came to visit and brought her cat with her. The cat thought it would be funny to perch on top of the couch, and jump down at Louie, one of the pugs, as he wandered by. Louie responded by taking off in a blur of fawn fur. The cat then looked up at me with this self-satisfied look.

What the cat didn't realize is that Louie is not bright, and that his first response to this was "Play! Run! Play!" When he gets excited, he runs in circles around the couch. So as the cat looked up at me, its victory afterglow was somewhat dimmed as 18 lbs. of pug rounded the couch and gleefully trampled right over the cat. The cat jumped to its feet, only to be trampled by another 19 lbs. of pug, as our other pug, Winston, opted to join in the play by chasing after Louie.

The cat, penned in between the couch and the Ottoman, opted not to flee, but instead tried to lash out at the fast-disappearing Winston with one paw, only to be trampled again by Louie, as he rounded the corner of the couch to start his third lap. Fortunately, the cat managed to stagger out of the way before Winston's next pass, and spent the rest of the visit watching the pugs suspiciously from on top of various bookshelves.

~LAUGHTER~


Sharoth wrote:
Corrosive Rabbit wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
cat horror story

Okay, I adore cats...but that cat would've been kicked across the room at least twice! O.o

Is this a young cat? Older?

Wow. Even the wost of my cats' hijinxs are now rendered benign and amusing...

no joke, right? I've had dozens of cats in my life, none nearly as clever or vile.

Mildred Percival Wexley. She's almost a year old. Black with a white belly.

Would you like to borrow my pugs? They have a way with cats, as witnessed when my sister-in-law came to visit and brought her cat with her. The cat thought it would be funny to perch on top of the couch, and jump down at Louie, one of the pugs, as he wandered by. Louie responded by taking off in a blur of fawn fur. The cat then looked up at me with this self-satisfied look.

What the cat didn't realize is that Louie is not bright, and that his first response to this was "Play! Run! Play!" When he gets excited, he runs in circles around the couch. So as the cat looked up at me, its victory afterglow was somewhat dimmed as 18 lbs. of pug rounded the couch and gleefully trampled right over the cat. The cat jumped to its feet, only to be trampled by another 19 lbs. of pug, as our other pug, Winston, opted to join in the play by chasing after Louie.

The cat, penned in between the couch and the Ottoman, opted not to flee, but instead tried to lash out at the fast-disappearing Winston with one paw, only to be trampled again by Louie, as he rounded the corner of the couch to start his third lap. Fortunately, the cat managed to stagger out of the way before Winston's next pass, and spent the rest of the visit watching the pugs suspiciously from on top of various bookshelves.

~LAUGHTER~

+1


Justin Franklin wrote:
I have two dogs names Ceasar and Brutus, we always worry what will happen on the Ides of March.

That's awesome. :)

We used to have dogs before we had to find someone to adopt them because of my asthma/allergy problems. Their names were Havoc and Mayhem. The one time they broke out of the yard was interesting as I ended up wandering through the neighborhood carrying their leashes shouting "Havoc! Mayhem!" :)


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lynora wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I have two dogs names Ceasar and Brutus, we always worry what will happen on the Ides of March.

That's awesome. :)

We used to have dogs before we had to find someone to adopt them because of my asthma/allergy problems. Their names were Havoc and Mayhem. The one time they broke out of the yard was interesting as I ended up wandering through the neighborhood carrying their leashes shouting "Havoc! Mayhem!" :)

I should also add that they are Maltese/Yorkie mixes, so there are about 10 lbs a piece. ;)


Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Awright folks, i am outta here for now. It has been a hellish day, and I am off to manhattantown to get some yummy crack chicken and perhaps a beer with the wife. See you on the morrow.
I didn't know there was a Popeyes in Manhattan....
Actually it's this place...It kicks Popeyes' ass, sorry to say.
you mean you actually eat that stuff?

you mean you don't? The stuff is mana from heaven!.


Justin Franklin wrote:
lynora wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I have two dogs names Ceasar and Brutus, we always worry what will happen on the Ides of March.

That's awesome. :)

We used to have dogs before we had to find someone to adopt them because of my asthma/allergy problems. Their names were Havoc and Mayhem. The one time they broke out of the yard was interesting as I ended up wandering through the neighborhood carrying their leashes shouting "Havoc! Mayhem!" :)

I should also add that they are Maltese/Yorkie mixes, so there are about 10 lbs a piece. ;)

lol. That makes it so much better. :)

Havoc and Mayhem are retrievers. And enjoying their new life at a farm with lots of room to run. The new owners send us email updates sometimes.

Scarab Sages

AAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

That is all.


Aberzombie wrote:

AAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

That is all.

I'm glad you feel free to express your desire for brains. Please, snack on my cat.

Speaking of my cat - anyone been checking out the intelligent animals blog post? It's getting a bit heated.


with today's theme of cats

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Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Awright folks, i am outta here for now. It has been a hellish day, and I am off to manhattantown to get some yummy crack chicken and perhaps a beer with the wife. See you on the morrow.
I didn't know there was a Popeyes in Manhattan....
Actually it's this place...It kicks Popeyes' ass, sorry to say.
you mean you actually eat that stuff?

you mean you don't? The stuff is mana from heaven!.

They know better than to open up around here.

Scarab Sages

nathan blackmer wrote:

Please, snack on my cat.

No thanks! I'm trying to cut down on the junk food. :)


spring attack!!!!

Scarab Sages

OW! MY SPLEEN!!!


*blink*

Good evening everyone!

Corrosive Rabbit wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Winston is such a great name for a pug.
Yeah, we've met several people who also have a pug named Winston. If we get another one, we're debating between Bismarck or Caesar to stay with the theme of historical rulers.

I have a boston terrier named Wilbur, and another neamed Noelle (not our choice, she came with the moniker).

my next two Boston Terriers will be named Ichabod and Pickwick respectively. So we can shorten it to Icky and Picky.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

I know this won't do any good, but my Quest to Help People is never-ending, if futile:

CATS ARE OUTSIDE ANIMALS.

Animals are outside animals. If it doesn’t live behind glass, it doesn’t live in the house.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Hooray! Game night tonight!

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
nathan blackmer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

AAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

That is all.

I'm glad you feel free to express your desire for brains. Please, snack on my cat.

Speaking of my cat - anyone been checking out the intelligent animals blog post? It's getting a bit heated.

Any thread that deals with rules calrifications, changes or FAQs seems to get heated.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

I know this won't do any good, but my Quest to Help People is never-ending, if futile:

CATS ARE OUTSIDE ANIMALS.

+1! My two don't even have a catbox. And that's just the way I likes it =)


evening


Evening TTfBtE! Guh, looks like Ma Nature is throwing us here in the People's Republic of Assachusetts a little April Fool's joke. Snowing like no tomorrow ATM.

When was that upcoming apocalypse date again?


Patrick Curtin wrote:


When was that upcoming apocalypse date again?

In 3 billion years when Sol goes supernova.

Of course, 2 more species will rise to sapiency by then.
Boy will they be amazed when they find our fossils, look at them to radionuclide date them, and find trace radionuclides from bone scans thus proving we had a technological society.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

My new toy totally and completely rocks.


Gary Teter wrote:
My new toy totally and completely rocks.

Mine used to ...

Scarab Sages

Gary Teter wrote:
My new toy totally and completely rocks.

OW! My eyes!


That joke was rode hard and put away wet.
Just like yer mudder.


FIRE!!!!!!!!


I'm Dwayne Dibbley.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Evening TTfBtE! Guh, looks like Ma Nature is throwing us here in the People's Republic of Assachusetts a little April Fool's joke. Snowing like no tomorrow ATM.

When was that upcoming apocalypse date again?

No snow here, just never ending light rain.


Huzzah!


So much work, so little time. Ugh.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

MOTHER F~&#ING BASTARD A@&!++& COMPUTERS!!!!!@#@! F!+#!

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Alright ... that didn't fix anything but I feel marginally better ...


I'm tutored by a box my pop made. It gets so hot... in the box my pop made...


niiiiice.


mine!


Everything you people post is like Chocolate-stuffed Clark Peterson covered in awesome sauce.


YOULIE!!!


Well, they don't call me the Left-Handed Hummingbird for nothing Leafy!


Gadzundheit!


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
YOULIE!!!

I wasn't going to slam Justin Franklin just because of his little comments in the BLOG thread, but I guess Spanky feels strongly about it. C'mon, he's usually a good guy.

The Exchange

huba huh?!?


Speaking of Carmel Nugat Orcus treats, >this< was an awesome link from this blog you showed me, O wise leaf.

For those lurking ... I reccommend you go and shower Theodoric with many kudos and comments >HERE<.


Also, there is PIE in the oven and PIE on the sill. Open wide, you filthy animals.


Crimson Jester wrote:
huba huh?!?

The "let's move the blog from midnite to 10 am stuff." As if the left coast isn't far enough already from Real Time Land.


I don't know who this blogger of which you speak is, but his blog sure is awesome and worthy of all to be read, followed, and commented upon.

Sita Sings the Blues is awesome. When I have money, I'm going to go buy junk from her to reward her for making that film and giving it away. Okay, maybe I'll buy more gaming stuff first, but then...


lynora wrote:


lol. That makes it so much better. :)
Havoc and Mayhem are retrievers. And enjoying their new life at a farm with lots of room to run. The new owners send us email updates sometimes.

Ok I am clearly a snake and I am clearly not on a farm nor do I know this Mayhem person you speak of. :p

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