Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by fletch920, Feb 7, 2019.
You all are some good dudes. Dont mind me. I'm just drunk.
Won't be by me. While she is not chihuahua, I feel sota's pain every other minute of the day when I am at home. Taz is 10 times worse for barking when the wife is home. All day long. Then the neighbor's dog barks at night which has her barking even more. She is 10 lbs of pure ear bleeding hell.
Oh and to make matters worse, the wife paid $300 bucks for her. $175 a year spent taking her to the Poodle Parlor for hair cuts. $120 a year for the annual vet visits. $300 every 3 years for teeth cleaning. She is due again this year. She is 12 years old and we have spent over $5000 on her over the years not including food, puppy pads, clothes and toys. She is a pampered mutt.
Oh and just between us... Awesome our big 19 lb cat while galloping through the house at high speeds has leveled her a few times by accident. A tiny bit in side me always says " YES !!! ". Pay back for her biting me in the nose and drawing blood. Note to self, " don't sneak up to her when she is sleeping on the couch and say BOO !!! ". My fingers getting bitten by her when trying to pick her up.
Awesome is my favorite. The big boy on the perch of the kitty tower.
Great looking cats. I'll bet that little dog is afraid of them for good reason. My wife's cats are only 9 months old and probably about 10 lbs. They would torture that little dog constantly. I have seen one of them run up to my 70 lb Pit mix, wrap it's arms around her neck and sink it's fangs into her ear. Then it's on for at least 30 minutes or until I break it up. I find it to be great entertainment.
Anyway, that cat perch looks just like ours except yours is in pristine condition. Ours is only 6 months old and our cats have already clawed through most of the ropes and pulled pieces of carpet loose. Ours is in need of repair ...... already. Do your cats have claws or did you take that pic when the perch was new?
Btw, the cat perch is a great investment as the cats spend a lot of their time their.
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