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  1. #1
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    Default '.....or the Pony gets it!'

    says the cat:
    I have a small stuffed pony sitting on the edge of the big screen TV, next to the computer desk.
    It has been sitting there for many month now.
    The cat has not looked at it. Ever!

    This morning she just knocks it down.
    (the old smiley is needed here!)
    Then I realize why:

    Feed the cat NOW....or the Pony gets it!

    So I feed the cat.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mozart View Post
    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.


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    LOL! They do occasionally take "hostages" until their demands are met.



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    Lol, I wish our cat would stick to stuffed toys.

    Thankfully this does not happen all the time but sometimes if he asks for food and I tell him no (he has a bit of a hinky tummy sometimes so I try to regulate how much food he gets and when) he will stalk out the house then come back minutes later with a (usually) dead bird in his mouth which he then spits on the floor in front of me then looks up as if to say "this birdie didn't need to die, you should have fed me". He is a monster!
    where am I, what day is it, am I still having a good time?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse with No Name View Post
    Lol, I wish our cat would stick to stuffed toys.

    Thankfully this does not happen all the time but sometimes if he asks for food and I tell him no (he has a bit of a hinky tummy sometimes so I try to regulate how much food he gets and when) he will stalk out the house then come back minutes later with a (usually) dead bird in his mouth which he then spits on the floor in front of me then looks up as if to say "this birdie didn't need to die, you should have fed me". He is a monster!
    LOL, I think you are wrong.
    He is telling you to pluck it and dress it!

    I mostly get Squirrel though.....

    Today was the forst time the pony was involved.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mozart View Post
    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alagirl View Post
    LOL, I think you are wrong.
    He is telling you to pluck it and dress it!

    I mostly get Squirrel though.....

    Today was the forst time the pony was involved.
    You might be right Alagirl, and I'm taking too long to get the message evidently, as this morning he brought a bird home (dead already) and proceeded to eat it under the hedge in front of the verandah. All that was left was two little legs and the crop. He's now sleeping it off in the barn ..
    where am I, what day is it, am I still having a good time?



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    Ha!

    I have an ebil pony who, when I am late feeding or otherwise attending to his every whim will take it out on my husband if he can get access to him.

    He loves cats, though. The pony, I mean. Well, actually, so does the husband.



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    I have three horses made out of horse shoes on my monitor stand, sometimes evil monster of a cat looks at them when he is sucking up for food while I work but thus far he has not yet laid a paw on them...
    where am I, what day is it, am I still having a good time?



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