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    This is just TOO CUTE!

    Seriously, it is!.

    "Is this not a brand plucked from the fire? - Zechariah 3:2

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    I haven't watched the video and I won't until someone confirms that something bad happens to the cat and gets replaced by an adorable dog.
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    Cats. They make great fish bait.
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    That is cute. Too bad it is a cat instead of a real animal (e.g., a dog).

    OK, for you animal haters (like that Bat-Scrooge), try cleaning your computer with this:

    http://www.raincitystory.com/flash/screenclean.swf
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcFadden View Post
    OK, for you animal haters (like that Bat-Scrooge), try cleaning your computer with this:

    http://www.raincitystory.com/flash/screenclean.swf
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcFadden View Post
    OK, for you animal haters (like that Bat-Scrooge), try cleaning your computer with this:

    http://www.raincitystory.com/flash/screenclean.swf
    I love dogs. Cats? Like I said...fish bait.
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    Cats are decent varmint control. If they aren't good at that though, they make great .22 targets.

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    You people are awful!! Cats can be every bit as loyal and affectionate and sweet and playful as dogs. And they don't yap at every little thing.

    I wasn't expecting the kitty to actually beg! I watched this with my cat (asleep) sitting next to me. She woke up and looked around for the source of the noise.
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    Pesants.

    With the qualities of cleanliness, affection, patience, dignity, and courage that cats have, how many of us, I ask you, would be capable of becoming cats?
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    Cats always know whether people like or dislike them. They do not always care enough to do anything about it.
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    Some years ago a layman responded to a "ask the pastor" session by inquiring about the "gap theory" of Genesis 1.

    "Dennis, is it true that Satan created the dinosaurs?"

    "No, of course not," I replied with mock indignation. "Everybody knows that he created cats."

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    Even the stupidest cat seems to know more than any dog.
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    If animals could speak the dog would be a a blundering outspoken fellow, but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laura View Post
    You people are awful!! Cats can be every bit as loyal and affectionate and sweet and playful as dogs. And they don't yap at every little thing.

    I wasn't expecting the kitty to actually beg! I watched this with my cat (asleep) sitting next to me. She woke up and looked around for the source of the noise.
    Well I live in a pretty country area and many houses are isolated near vineyards and nearby mountains that are covered in trees and other plants. I helped some friends move to such a house last week and four cats lived there, unbeknownst to my friend. They were varmint control but they were unwanted.

    So we shot all four of them with rifles. Want 'em?

    (And by the way, as I type all of this, my cute kitty is laying by me on top of the printer. She is such a worthless animal . . . but like I said, she is cute.)

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    "A dog is like a liberal, he wants to please everybody. A cat doesn't really need to know that everybody loves him."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Presbyterian View Post
    "A dog is like a liberal, he wants to please everybody. A cat doesn't really need to know that everybody loves him."
    - William Kunstler
    For an animal, the liberal's desire to please is a good thing. That's one of the things that makes a dog so great! A cat wants everything to be about itself and is ready to hate and abandon you when its desires are not met.

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    A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.
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    The average dog is a nicer person than the average person.
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    He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.
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    Wow. The cat vs. dog wars have commenced. I remain neutral because I find it perfectly possible to love and hate members of both categories!
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    "Whoever said you can't buy happiness forgot little puppies." - Gene Hill

    "The more people I meet the more I like my dog." - Unknown

    "A cat sees us as the dogs...A cat sees himself as the human." - Unknown

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    The Difference Between Cats & Dogs

    A dog thinks: Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... They must be gods!
    A cat thinks: Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... I must be God!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AThornquist View Post
    "I hate cats and want to beat them to death with sticks and rubber hoses." - Andrew Thornquist
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    a cat cannot drag you from a burning building (unless he is a real big cat)
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    Dogs perform valuable work, such as guiding, law enforcement, military, farm. They also come in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit different lifestyles and people. Cats only come in colors and with hair or without (the latter costing atrocious amounts of money).

    Actually that not completely true . . . there are good cats that are hairless: they're the ones hanging in the freezer of that Chinese food restaurant down the street.

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    a cat cannot, and will not, catch a frisbee.
    a cat cannot save a drowning person
    a cat cannot be trained for hunting purposes.

    so from a strictly utilitarian perspective, dogs win.
    though i must admit that i have met a few awesome cats.
    and they were all orange tigers/ main coon
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    Someone once told me that God created dogs to reflect God's unwavering love and faithfulness toward His people. But to ensure that His people would not become prideful over this fact, God also created cats.
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    I have both. One thing I can say in defense of cats is that we share a distaste for improper placement of bodily wastes. Dogs, on the other hand, have a distinct adoration for same, both in placement and in taste.
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    I had to put two dogs out of their misery using my grandfather's shotgun. I found no joy in it. It was an act of mercy. There is no joy in needlessly ending the life of one of God's creatures. I suppose this is why I'm not a hunter. The meat department at Kroger and WalMart always seem to be well stocked. But I do possess the necessary skills to feed my family, should the need arise.
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    My house cats don't serve any purpose other than to amuse us and to be cuddled. That is enough to pay their rent.

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    Cats that are not employed in dispatching rodents need not be around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AThornquist View Post
    Dogs perform valuable work, such as guiding, law enforcement, military, farm. They also come in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit different lifestyles and people. Cats only come in colors and with hair or without (the latter costing atrocious amounts of money).

    Actually that not completely true . . . there are good cats that are hairless: they're the ones hanging in the freezer of that Chinese food restaurant down the street.

    Have you ever noticed there are no stray cats around a Chinese restaurant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Presbyterian View Post
    But I do possess the necessary skills to feed my family, should the need arise.
    With dogs?

    -----Added 12/21/2009 at 08:01:57 EST-----

    And just for the record, I am definitely a cat person. Cats just have far more personality than dogs do.

    We have several cats... one, whose name is Cuddles, thinks he's a bandit. He's always getting in trouble and automatically acts guilty when you look at him.

    Princess, the one indoor cat, lounges around, catches mice, and pesters the indoor dog (Samson, or Sammy for short).

    And my personal favorite, Prince Catspian, acts like he's royalty. He always has smooth, silky, well-kept fur, and always acts as if he deserves to be petted.

    Samson, on the other hand, persistently tries to jump on the couches/chairs/coats/anything else that's soft and on the floor. And, he's often smelly and not at all pleasurable to pet.
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    Remember my oft cited piece of anecdotal evidence: My older dog is a R.C. Sproul fan and "listens" attentively, even tipping his head to one side or the other as R.C. makes his points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
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    But I do possess the necessary skills to feed my family, should the need arise.
    With dogs?

    Only in a zombie apocalypse, and only if they represent the only fresh meat available. I was actually thinking more of the rodent varieties such as squirrel and rabbit.
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    Dogs are far more entertaining, too (of course, I would never want to own this one):


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    Quote Originally Posted by Herald View Post

    Have you ever noticed there are no stray cats around a Chinese restaurant?
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    When I was a boy my collie/shepherd mix, Stormy, was my faithful companion. We swam in the Ramapo River together and explored the woods around my home in Oakland, NJ. One day, as I was riding my bike, a group of teenagers threw rocks at me. One hit me square on the noggin and I fell hard. Stormy made a bee line for the closest kid. She got to him before he reached his porch. She sank her teeth into his ankle before he shook her lose and made it into his house. I don't believe a cat would have come to my defense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Presbyterian View Post
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    Have you ever noticed there are no stray cats around a Chinese restaurant?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Presbyterian View Post
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    Have you ever noticed there are no stray cats around a Chinese restaurant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AThornquist View Post
    Dogs are far more entertaining, too (of course, I would never want to own this one):

    Weird Dog
    That's not a dog. It's a hairy rat. I think it belongs to Wayne.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herald View Post
    When I was a boy my collie/shepherd mix, Stormy, was my faithful companion. We swam in the Ramapo River together and explored the woods around my home in Oakland, NJ. One day, as I was riding my bike, a group of teenagers threw rocks at me. One hit me square on the noggin and I fell hard. Stormy made a bee line for the closest kid. She got to him before he reached his porch. She sank her teeth into his ankle before he shook her lose and made it into his house. I don't believe a cat would have come to my defense.
    Good story. Since I've always had dogs, I have had similar experiences. One cool thing about my old border collie was that she would herd the children away from the stairs. She was very intelligent and went out of her way to keep the kids from danger. A cat would have pushed us down the stairs, stuck our hands in fire, and stolen our lolly pops.

    But that border collie was a great dog. Then a black bear came into our large backyard (we lived next to the forest at the time) and the dog fought with it because it came so close to the house. Our dog was ripped up on the sides and when she hobbled back to the house she fell against the sliding glass door with her guts hangin' out and died.

    Dogs rock.

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