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  • #4988
    rainbow-promises
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    I’m getting a lovely little border terrier puppy today, thinking about calling him Quito
    just thought i would start up a topic on dogs :lol:
    what kind of dogs do you have, if you have one

    #113390
    dave jay
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    I’m a cat person myself, although we always had dogs when I was a kid.

    Good name though .. Quito .. I like that.

    #113396
    graysonscolumn
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    Dogs bad. Cats good.

    About as divisive and aged an argument as Flat versus Jumps, to be honest, but I thought I’d state my preference anyway.

    gc

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #113398
    Andrew Hughes
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    Mr Grayson has made his usual authoritative intervention, however, I note that, through some sort of oversight, he has mixed up his mammals. What he intended to say was: ‘Cats bad, dogs good.’

    #113399
    Kingston Town
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    Have had both cats and dogs and all have been really good. No pets (apart from 2 hamsters which I inherited – one has since gone to hamster heaven and the other will be joining her soon – well she’s nearly 2 and that’s like about 80 in human years they reckon) since being here as keeping a dog or cat cooped up in a unit is not on.
    I had kelpies (Lass and Bess) and two cattle dogs in Australia. They were brothers and called Horse and Cart :lol:
    Have every intention of getting one of each when I get back :D
    Maybe a spaniel of some sort or a pub terrier and a burmese. :D I can’t wait!

    #113400
    Drone
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    I’m getting a lovely little border terrier puppy today, thinking about calling him Quito

    Well I hope your Quito doesn’t have the same problem with his nether regions that the eponymous horse has had to endure, ouch!

    Enjoy the little fella.

    Dogs okay, cats great: the latest in a long line of elderly second-hand ‘rescue’ mogs met her maker a couple of months ago. Daresay another will be acquired before long.

    #113401
    Kingston Town
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    My last Burmese was a rescue cat from Caloundra. She was a lilac colour – she was the best cat ever. I hope I find one just as nice.
    :D

    #113414
    sberry
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    cats – the sensible animal – they can look after themselves, feed themselves and will come back home on their own

    #113417
    Grasshopper
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    Cats are wankers.

    Dogs are stupid.

    Goldfish rule.

    #113419
    graysonscolumn
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    …and women are better than the lot of them.

    Well, Mrs Column is, anyway.

    gc

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #113458
    sberry
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    my cat’s had goldfish for breakfast – literally

    … and lunch … and dinner … etc

    #113464
    Grasshopper
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    I don’t believe you Simon.

    In fact, I bet your cat probably only eats things like steak tartare and truffles, because anything else would upset his fat, poofy, cat stomach.

    I say again – your cat, like all other cats before him, is a feline ****** – and my goldfish could probably knock him clean-out in 2 seconds flat.

    #113465
    rainbow-promises
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    little quito is all settled in i cant stop worrying about him though!!! he is sound asleep in his new basket! he doesnt quite get the hang of using the newspapers! we put him out for the loo but he just wants to chew the plants :lol:

    #113479
    sberry
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    he’s brought many a goldfish back and even had a few platys from my tropical tank as well as a careless danio that tried to escape – he even brought a raw pork chop back once that someone had probably put out to defrost

    he had next door’s budgie – blue feathers all over the lawn and trying to deny it to an upset 80yo was no fun – a greenfinch and various other less interestingly coloured feathered things

    plenty of mice, voles and other furry animals and the odd lizard and frog

    i’m disappointed he’s not brought me a koi yet, but he’s only 10 and fit as **** and your goldfish wouldn’t stand a chance

    he’s not over keen on steak but is right up for some late night doner kebab – in fact if he was in the shop with me he’d probably start the fight, he’s that hard

    i say it’s your goldfish that is the tosser, not my cat

    [he’s not brought me a chipmunk either : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mOYjYddokY&mode=related&search= :( ]

    #113498
    Kingston Town
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    I don’t believe you Simon.

    In fact, I bet your cat probably only eats things like steak tartare and truffles, because anything else would upset his fat, poofy, cat stomach.

    I say again – your cat, like all other cats before him, is a feline ****** – and my goldfish could probably knock him clean-out in 2 seconds flat.

    Is this your goldfish? :shock: http://www.fotosearch.com/TME705/705-08/

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