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JumpStart by Robb Armstrong for September 26, 2020

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  1. jmworacle  4 months ago

    Introduce the cat to a pit bull.

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  2. Enter.Name.Here  4 months ago

    Buy a boatload of tuna and then teach it to use an electric can opener.

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  3. sueb1863  4 months ago

    Clarence, you encouraged his natural hunter instincts by letting him hunt for his food.

    Don’t they sell screens to put over the top of the tank?

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  4. jagedlo  4 months ago

    And WHOSE fault is that, Clarence?

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  5. EllisAmirRogersArcher  4 months ago

    What if your cat starts attacking people?

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  6. ForrestOverin  4 months ago

    Get a tank with fish that are big enough to intimidate the cat. Probably cost $30K, but will solve the problem.

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  7. TheFiddleBackSpider  4 months ago

    That’s a cool fish tank!

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  8. mi_sbs  4 months ago

    I had a beta fish once. Great little guy. I put my finger in the bowl and he swam up and rubbed against it, like he was being petted. Anyway, one of my cats was fascinated and stared at him for long periods of time. The fish just stared back. One day, the cat was sitting on the top of the tank (as he sometimes did) and fell in. He never sat there again.

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  9. Ukko wilko  4 months ago

    Piranha… survival of the fittest.

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  10. David Huie Green-Life is good  4 months ago

    This is a pretty good cat owner. He accepts his cat for what it is.

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  11. daleandkristen  4 months ago

    Not enjoying this arc.

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  12. GaryCooper  4 months ago

    Covers, Clarence. You need covers on your tanks.

    I have fish and cats, but the cats never eat the fish. Tank covers.

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  13. Laurie Stoker Premium Member 4 months ago

    Not cool, bro.

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