I used to work with Sue who had about 20 cats. She had cat decorations in her office, a vanity license plate with something about cats, and she talked about them all the time. When she did, my other co-worker - Danny - would say, "I love cats. They're great for target practice."
I had a buddy in the Sacramento/San Jouquin Rivers Delta area who had a small orchard of olive trees, a transplant from Portugal with a baritone voice that would scare an opera buff. He had a neighbor that hung onto a small plot of sand and home, grew a grape or two, and had one annoying cat that would use my friend's property for his toilet. My friend threw an arm around the neighbor's shoulders one day and laughingly told him, "Hey, you know, if you can't keep your damned cat on your property, well, sometime I'll feed him to you for lunch; ha ha ha!" Well, sure enough the time came when he invited the neighbor over for some rabbit stew and some red wine and fed the fellow his cat. The fellow thought the stew was delicious. The guy never did put 2 and 2 together and they remained friends.....breakemall....Bob Dodd
My daughter years ago when she was at home always kept her car nice and shney but she had to park outside the garage. One night she came home late after her boyfriend dropped her off and found cats crawling on her car. She got six with my ball bat.
Fearlessfain---You must hate me, but that's OK. I kill cats for fun. My buddy and I travel the back roads on weekends and shoot them from the car. We got 5 last saturday alone plus 3 copperheads. HAT THE DAMMED THINGS.
i am with snapthecat there is no such thing as a good cat i shoot any and every cat that walks within .22 range regaurdless of whose it is, if you can't keep the damned thing on your property then its gonna get 36-40 grains of copper plated lead through the neck.
Two church members were going door to door. They knocked on the door of a woman who clearly was not happy to see them. She told them in no uncertain terms she did not want to hear their message and then slammed the door in their faces.
To her surprise, the door did not close. In fact, it bounced back open.Seeing the two church members at the door frustrated her. She stormed back to the door and flung it shut.
But the door still didn't close. Furious, she grabbed the door with two hands and shoved it as hard as she could. But again, the door wouldn't shut.
Convinced one of these rude church members was sticking a foot in the door, she reared back to give the door a slam that would really teach them a lesson.
Just then, one of the church members said, "Ma'am, before you do that again, you might want to move your cat."
Cats are the biggest threat to all game birds and rabbits. It has been documented that house cats kill more songbirds in a given year than old age. We fox and coyote hunt alot and we regularly shoot cats hunting for rabbits and birds in the middle of a section. When we groundhog hunt, we always see more cats than hogs.
So... If their pussy pads aren't firmly planted on a porch or front lawn, they are history!