Post your Cat =^..^=

mike_243

JORBA Board Member/Chapter Leader
JORBA.ORG
#42
So let's talk about cats... This is Boomer T. Cat and Izzie
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IMG_5233.jpg My Sis-in-Laws KitKat
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We also have around 5 ferals that we have had "fixed" and they hang around outside...
Boo has his own FB page Boomer T. Cat he is not a cat more so a doberman pinscher in a nice pelt...
 

1speed

Incredibly profound yet fantastically flawed
#55

fidodie

Well-Known Member
Staff member
#56
I had two reaction to this ... (1) I like the idea that with the many problems our world faces today, we have scientists dedicated to looking at whether a parasite you get from cat shit can make you a viable Shark Tank candidate. Yea, science!!!! And (2) ... seriously, does anyone anywhere understand the concept of spurious connections anymore?
designing a parallel experiment with MTB'rs might be interesting. Those that just trail ride, vs the lift service adrenalin crowd.
Put in for some grant money!
 

MissJR

not in the mood for your shenanigans
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#57
designing a parallel experiment with MTB'rs might be interesting. Those that just trail ride, vs the lift service adrenalin crowd.
Put in for some grant money!
What about those of us who swing both ways?! I want in on grant money! ;)
 

rottin'

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#59
I had a Maine coon when I was younger (grammar, high, and college, plus some adulting time). He was great, more on the gray spectrum than yours. He was an awesome hunter, would routinely (think 2x a month) bring mice or other small varmints back to the house. He was indoor/outdoor, got him as a kitten, back when animals were allowed/expected to roam around the neighborhood. Stayed in the house every night and most days, but when he was at the door we'd let him out. Always came back. He was awesome in that regard, but man did he ruin a lot of furniture :(