Pooch Cafe by Paul Gilligan for June 08, 2021

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  3 months ago

    You sure about that, Carmen? I grew up with cats and no why did my family like them bringing in “presents.”

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    ronaldspence  3 months ago

    Silence of the Mice!

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    dwane.scoty1  3 months ago

    It’s Poncho, Chaz! He’s yanking your wood!

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    DavidHenna  3 months ago

    I’d rather Carmen….

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    Breadboard  3 months ago

    With Chazz on this issue ;-)

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    SNVBD  3 months ago

    Dead animals is okay. My cats used to drag in half-dead mice, and then set them loose in the house to play with. Obviously said mice then got away and crawled under a cupboard or so and died there. Which meant a foul odor for a couple of weeks. :-/

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    WDemBlk Premium Member 3 months ago

    Since my inside cats couldn’t get out, I was safe. The outside cats, just left them on the doorstep, Had to be careful to thank them & dispose of them when the cats weren’t there.

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    Casey Jones  3 months ago

    Actually, it means it thinks you’re an especially stupid kitten who can’t learn to hunt for yourself.

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    Sir Ruddy Blighter, Jr.  3 months ago

    I read that cats do that because they think you can’t catch mice on your own, so they are feeding you, you helpless, pathetic human

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    ComicRelief  3 months ago

    The Fly, 1958! Help meeee!

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    ArtieEl  3 months ago

    Hey man, when Dr. Evil gets angry, Mr. Bigglesworth gets upset. And when Mr. Bigglesworth gets upset… people die!

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    awcoffman  3 months ago

    Once had two cats that were brother & sister. She left dead mice on the front porch and he came along and ate them.

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  3 months ago

    Another point against cats.

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    Steverino Premium Member 3 months ago

    They do that to show they are doing something (instead of laying around being useless).

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    fritzoid Premium Member 3 months ago

    Un exemple pour d’autres.

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    MiguelLuiz  3 months ago

    I’ve never heard of pink cats.

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    crazeekatlady  3 months ago

    If one of my cats caught a mouse in the house she would ROWLLLLL at the door with mouse in her mouth. Once outside she would let the stunned mouse loose, wait a couple minutes and then go after it in earnest. I guess she felt she was leveling the playing field.

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