You know, it's been awhile since I attacked your comments and I start to
think, that maybe you're ok and then you know what happens? You jump right
back into your senile, "I want my rights at all cost" and screw everybody
else ranting tirade. You just don't give a damn for anyone else as long as
you get your own way. You damn everybody that think the benefits of our
society should be shared a little more equally and flail mindlessly at any
suggestion that there's more in this life than just 'YOUR' rights.
You really are a screwed up, selfish old fart and I shudder to think how
you've treated other people during your long road to your current senile,
decrepit, ancient condition. Your one redeeming feature is that you support
some cats and that's it. Do everybody a favour will you and kiss off. The
cats will do fine without you and everybody else will breath a sigh of
relief that they don't have to listen any more to the asshole living in the
house at the end of the dead end street.
That's true, I don't know your cats. I can only speak for the ones I have
known. They have longed to go outside, but I have to say, they don't go far
when they escape....They usually have just rolled around on the sidewalk
just outside their mistresses' apartments.
I think you underestimate cats:-) . In the UK, the vast majority of
pet cat owners who live in houses (as opposed to flats/apartments) let
their pet cats roam free; ours always have. Most responsible owners
neuter the cat and if they live in an area with a high cat population,
vaccinate against the commonest cat diseases.
In a lifetime of keeping cats, I've only lost one to a car accident;
all the others have stayed with us in perfect health until they died of
old age (the last one to go was 18, and the current one is a fit,
active, kittenish 17 yr old who still chooses to spend a great deal of
time out and about in the day.
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