My cat ran away

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brewnog said:
Nah cats are ok, especially when they're stupid tiny little kittie witties who don't yet understand the laws of physics.
These stupid cats are using physics laws better than human.have you noticed when they fall from a high building, they don't get hurt?!and anyway they know how to win humans' hearts included physicist,engineering,psychlogist and then drive them crazy :grumpy:






Hmmm.....................
not serious now butI think you'd better visit a psychologist as soon as possible because I'm afraid you'll suffer from schizophreni in the future like yomamma or Atric fox!(they think they're Klusener!)
 
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Lisa! said:
not serious now butI think you'd better visit a psychologist as soon as possible because I'm afraid you'll suffer from schizophreni in the future like yomamma or Atric fox!(they think they're Klusener!)
hmmm......
 
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yomamma said:
hmmm......
https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=79028&page=25&pp=15 [Broken]
 
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hmmm......
 
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Cats need to go on adventures sometimes. I'm sure your cat is having a great voyage of self discovery. Perhaps she has gone to London to visit the queen. My cat went missing for a whole year once and when she got back she was all wild and hardcore and she wouldn't eat her food unless I jiggled it around and made small furry mammal noises.
 
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icvotria said:
I jiggled it around and made small furry mammal noises.
This is a talent that shouldn't be wasted on a cat. Have you applied for work at the Clinic?
 
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:bugeye: Did I say that?!?!?! Put it back in context!!! :yuck:
 
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icvotria said:
Cats need to go on adventures sometimes. I'm sure your cat is having a great voyage of self discovery. Perhaps she has gone to London to visit the queen. My cat went missing for a whole year once and when she got back she was all wild and hardcore and she wouldn't eat her food unless I jiggled it around and made small furry mammal noises.
That could be right esp. if she would get a rich boyfriend.
 
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icvotria said:
Put it back in context!!! :yuck:
What, and ruin a perfectly good fantasy?
 
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Danger said:
What, and ruin a perfectly good fantasy?
No just save your life :wink:
 
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Lisa! said:
No just save your life :wink:
No worries. I have lots of hiding places that I can get to before she makes it across the pond.
 
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:surprised what's this thread come to?!
 
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So what's the news on the cat? Has the cat returned? It's been about a week now.
 
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Poor kitcat :frown:.
 
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no, she's still missing. I can't believe that we haven't gone to the animal shelter yet, but we're going today
 
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today, my dad visited the shelter and we found nothing. we thought we found here and picked a cat up when we realized it had front claws, our cat had her front claws removed
 
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yomamma said:
our cat had her front claws removed
I don't want to make you feel bad by saying this, but that's one of the cruelest things that can be done to a cat. It actually involves surgical removal of the last joint on every toe. Their ability to walk properly is impaired (although it might not be obvious watching them), they can't land as they should from a jump (or a jump-shot, in your case), and they are almost completely defenseless. Besides all that, the recovery period is very painful and it's easy to get an infection whilst digging in the litter box. It's far better to hold the sucker down and go at it with the nail clippers every couple of months.
That being said, I hope you find her soon. I'd freak if Lucy ever got out and took off, so I know what you're going through.
 

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