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OwlHoot
21st September 2016, 12:27
2016-09-21 Cat handbag sells at auction in New Zealand (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-37426664)

a snip at only NZ$ 500 (roughly £280)

vetran
21st September 2016, 12:57
adds meaning to putting it in my pussy!

Bee
21st September 2016, 15:47
Oh this is terrible.:puke:

OwlHoot
21st September 2016, 15:58
Oh this is terrible.:puke:

Hehe!

Well the article says the cat was killed in a road accident. So it isn't as if he is killing them in his back yard.

eek
21st September 2016, 16:04
Hehe!

Well the article says the cat was killed in a road accident. So it isn't as if [b]s[/]he is killing them in his back yard.

ftfy as you don't seem to have read the article that closely


Christchurch-based taxidermist Claire Third said she'd picked up the roadkill cat

OwlHoot
21st September 2016, 16:07
Well the article says the cat was killed in a road accident. So it isn't as if she is killing them in his her back yard.

FTFY

:rolleyes:

Bee
21st September 2016, 16:10
Hehe!

Well the article says the cat was killed in a road accident. So it isn't as if he is killing them in his back yard.

I don't care the way the cat was killed, it's bad taste for me.
They are our best friends.

Who would buy that crap!

original PM
21st September 2016, 16:19
Twas on the radio earlier that the approx 7.5 million cats in the UK kill approx 275 million other animals each year

d000hg
21st September 2016, 16:23
I don't care the way the cat was killed, it's bad taste for me.
Me too. They're really tough, even if the car had tenderised it a bit first.


Twas on the radio earlier that the approx 7.5 million cats in the UK kill approx 275 million other animals each yearThank goodness.

Bee
21st September 2016, 16:29
Twas on the radio earlier that the approx 7.5 million cats in the UK kill approx 275 million other animals each year

Yes they are "cleaning" the rats.

OwlHoot
21st September 2016, 16:51
Yes they are "cleaning" the rats.

Rats? Most town cats wouldn't dare go near a rat. Besides the odd mouse, it's birds they mostly go after.

vetran
21st September 2016, 17:03
Rats? Most town cats wouldn't dare go near a rat. Besides the odd mouse, it's birds they mostly go after.

speak for yours. Ours gnaws the back legs off rats to make sure they can't run away when he plays with them.

greenlake
21st September 2016, 18:16
http://static.boredpanda.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/handmade-realistic-cat-bags-pico-37.jpg

http://static.boredpanda.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/handmade-realistic-cat-bags-pico-40.jpg

quackhandle
21st September 2016, 18:50
Twas on the radio earlier that the approx 7.5 million cats in the UK shit in my garden each year

FTFY. Bastids! Handbags too go for 'em! :mad:

qh

d000hg
21st September 2016, 21:47
Kittens thrown at moving train near Lingwood - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-37429967)

BrilloPad
22nd September 2016, 06:08
They are our best friends.


One never owns a cat. One is just a guardian.

They are only friendly when they want food.

If I was not so afraid of mrs bp we have 3 or 4 cats to be turned into handbags.

One cat buggered off 3 months ago. Pops back about once a week.

MrMarkyMark
22nd September 2016, 08:11
Yes they are "cleaning" the rats.

Indeed they are :rolleyes:

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/zHOTQinWyqA/maxresdefault.jpg

SueEllen
22nd September 2016, 08:18
One never owns a cat. One is just a guardian.

They are only friendly when they want food.

If I was not so afraid of mrs bp we have 3 or 4 cats to be turned into handbags.

One cat buggered off 3 months ago. Pops back about once a week.

Nah my neighbour's cat is friendly towards me when he wants to be let in as they don't have a cat flap. They have had different cats over the years and each works out as a human I can get the neighbour to open a door or window they can get through quicker than them.

Other cats have been friendly to me when they want somewhere to stay out of the rain. I don't feed them and most thankfully don't come back.

SimonMac
22nd September 2016, 08:21
I prefer this approach


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hrGAcKPE20

MrMarkyMark
22nd September 2016, 08:26
I prefer this approach




Now that's proper, we have a winner :D