And Now For Your Daily Moment Of Zen: A Bush-Full Of Attack Kittens

Submitted by: holygod 3 months ago in Funny


I just got done watching this on loop for 8 hours straight, so I thought I'd share.
There are 20 comments:
Male 2,107
LOL @ the gilded cage. You could live longer if you never drove. Never went on a plane. Never drank etc etc. Sorry, sod off, let the cat LIVE. Mine is neutered and outside right now. She is happy. 
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Male 2,107
-25 points for vertical filming. 
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Male 3,425
this is a great video thanks i will share. 
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Male 3,447
As cute as this is...do not let domestic cats outside.  You want a pet cat, you keep it inside.
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Male 1,871
kalron27 I let my cat out all the time.  He's fixed and immunized.  He's also too scared to go past the patio unless one of us is walking with him thanks to the dog next door, who happens to be smaller than him.

It's not black and white.  It's about managing risk while providing quality of life.  The poor thing spends most of his day waiting for us to come home and hang out with him.  The least we can do is let him live a little, especially since the vet gave us the rules to follow and we do follow them.
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Male 3,425
kalron27 i get it. but jesus does everything have to be a statement and a cause. let it be a cute cat video. 
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Male 3,447
rumham When it comes to keeping kittys safe...yes, I always take the opportunity...just like Bob Barker and spade\neuter! :)
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Male 7,943
kalron27 Why not?
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Male 140
normalfreak2 Cats breed like rats, in one year you can go from 2 cats to 30-40. A couple is cute, a dozen or more is a problem.
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Male 4,953
moldysod Holy heck! Based on your comment, I decided to google the topic of domestic cat reproduction. Check this out:

"An average cat has 1-8 kittens per litter and 2-3 litters per year. During her productive life, one female cat could have more than 100 kittens. A single pair of cats and their kittens can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just 7 years."

O.O
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Male 3,447
normalfreak2 Everyone pretty much explained all of the reasons below.  All of our cats are indoor, one use to beg to get out but got use to it.  It's mostly for their protection against fights, diseases, but also protecting native wild life, especially birds.  Also, other people sometimes hate cats, they will hurt them in ways I don't wish to get into.
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Male 555
normalfreak2 They murder everything just for fun.
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Male 7,943
muert Now that is true.  My cats have brought me birds, mice, rabbits, and chipmunks so i agree with you there.
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Male 3,425
normalfreak2 my cat killed a sasquatch and a chupacabra. and my cat is a producer on the new blade runner movie
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Male 6,077
normalfreak2 They can bring in fleas, ticks, toxoplasmosis. They can get pregnant or run over.
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Male 7,943
broizfam I have 2 cats and they WANT to go outside.  In fact they are incredibly obnoxious if I don't let them out.  They go out for about 3 hours every night....They've been doing this for 12 years...One  of them got into a fight ~5 years ago but i  keep them up to date  on their shots so a few weeks  of rest and he was good as new.  I dunno i haven't had any issues although I live in a nice sub division with a no through street which makes traffic non existent.
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Male 6,077
normalfreak2 I've had outdoor cats that had no problems also, but problems can happen. The problem of toxoplasmosis is especially for pregnant women; that's why they shouldn't be the ones cleaning the litter box for their cats if they're outdoor cats. I've also, occasionally, seen cats dead in the street, having been run over by passing cars.
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Male 860
normalfreak2 Where I live, leash laws apply to cats as well as dogs.  If your 4 legged pet goes outside, it either stays in your  yard or its on a leash.  If your cat gets beyond your fence, it's a fine if you're lucky.  Dog and cat tags are mandatory if they are in the city. (yes, collars w/tags on cats are mandatory outside the home, including your yard)

Very few cats can be trained to stay inside a yard (or be contained in one).

Most dog owners scoop and properly look after their pet.  most cat owners don't give a fig if their cat sprays up a house marking its territory or fouling someone's flower or vegetable bed.

Do everyone a favour.  Raise your cat from kittenhood to be an inside cat and keep it there.  It'll live longer, the wildlife and bird population will thank you.
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Male 3,447
punko "Do everyone a favour.  Raise your cat from kittenhood to be an inside cat and keep it there.  It'll live longer, the wildlife and bird population will thank you."

^this
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Male 3,684
normalfreak2 the reason i dont let my cats outside is because they might never come back. i dont cater to that if you love something set it free crap. i have faith my cats would survive on their own, but im not taking that chance. my cats want to go outside too, they will paw at the window and meow, but i will just sit there and yell at them progressively louder the louder they meow back. i feel bad about it, i would love for my cats to run free, but unlike that song, sometimes the cat doesnt come back. i love my cats too much to not know what happened to them, i would never be able to live with myself if one day my cats just didnt come home.
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