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Atheist Cat Servants

"In ancient times, cats were worshipped as gods. They have never forgotten this." Terry Pratchett.

Location: #life
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Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2016

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Your adorable kitty is a ruthless killer of wildlife

Started by Adriana. Last reply by Chris Sep 27, 2016. 13 Replies

A recent meta-analysis of 21 different studies of feral and domestic cats shows that…Continue

Tags: predator, pets, environment, wildlife, cats

left or right

Started by pansy. Last reply by sunshine Oct 16, 2011. 4 Replies

Has anyone noticed if your cat is left or right pawed, and what is the sex of your cat?

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Comment by Mrs.B on November 19, 2016 at 9:44pm

Bedtime, g'night...............

Comment by Mrs.B on October 22, 2016 at 8:12pm

Very different markings......

kitten with unusual orange black markings:

Have you ever seen a cat with such unusual markings? It’s known as the Moscow…: Panda markings

5 Pets with strange and amazing markings | The Pet's Planet. (Cat with perfect heart shape on face.):

5 Pets With Extremely Strange Markings:

Comment by Chris on September 18, 2016 at 7:25pm

The next time you see a dentist, medical doctor, or pharmacist think that may be spciopaths. 'Walter James Palmer' probably enjoys pulling teeth while under novicating patients.

To drop back a wee back - let your imagine go where it may with your health care system

Comment by Chris on September 16, 2016 at 8:56am

Sorry for the music backgound

I wasn't able to find a video of the lion reunion without music.

Comment by Chris on September 12, 2016 at 4:24am

As Michel posted:

How common 'cat parasite' gets into human brain and influences huma...

Much of this is no-joke and killing of cats is sickening to me.  I have a buch of jokes about cats and cat people, but none of them are fit for this network.

Comment by Chris on September 12, 2016 at 4:00am

China Is Brewing Wine From Tiger Bones.

Despite official bans on the sales of tiger bones, wine made from exotic animal remains thrives on China’s black market.

Brendon Hong

07.22.14 2:45 AM ET

From an old cardboard box, Li Wen drew a clear glass bottle filled with a dark brown liquid. The yellowed label indicated that it was brewed decades ago.

“I have newer batches too,” Li said in a voice stained by caffeine and nicotine, “and I’m also making my own.” Several steps away, like a stage magician, he lifted a black cloth for the grand reveal: a glass carboy, about five gallons in volume, filled nearly to the brim with a spirit that was lighter in shade than the aged elixirs on display. At the bottom was unmistakably a bone. “Tiger, too, of course.”

Li has a small collection of tiger bone wine. His hobby of buying and selling the stuff led him to experiment with tincturing. His recipe for the spirit is simple: add a tiger bone to rice wine, steep for 50 days. The traditional process is much more complex: tiger bones were also brewed with a multitude of other ingredients like antelope horn, red sage, and dried ginger.

Tigers have it rough in China. In 1959, as part of the Great Leap Forward, Mao Zedong waged a public campaign in an attempt to eradicate the South China Tiger, as he considered the species “an enemy of man.” More recently, at a CITES meeting held in Geneva—CITES stands for the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora—a Chinese delegate said, “We don’t ban trade in tiger skins but we do ban trade in tiger bones.” It was the first time that a Chinese public official acknowledged the existence of the tiger pelt trade within the country. The official ban on tiger bone sales has been in place since 1993—but why does the Chinese government see a difference between killing endangered animals for their skins and killing them for their bones?

More in the link above.

Comment by Chris on September 12, 2016 at 3:48am

Beloved Lion Killed By American Dentist


Published on Jul 28, 2015

An American dentist might have illegally killed a lion in Zimbabwe. This lion was well loved by tourists, called Cecil the Lion. The dentist killed the lion with a crossbow. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian (The Point) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.

What should the punishment be for this dentist? Should big game hunting be banned? Let us know in the comments below.

Read more here:

"Cecil the lion – the most famous creature in one of Zimbabwe's national parks – was killed by an American hunter who has boasted about shooting a menagerie of animals with his bow and arrow, The Telegraph can reveal.

Walter James Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, is believed to have paid £35,000 to shoot and kill the much-loved lion with a bow and arrow. The animal was shot on July 1 in Hwange National Park. Two independent sources have confirmed the hunter's identity to the paper, which has also seen a copy of the relevant hunting permit."

Comment by Chris on September 12, 2016 at 3:42am

Anything for a price!

Lion Cub for £ 600.

At least some neo-liberals didn't make him into a endangered specie  dinner.

If you don't think that happens your are out of your mind!

Comment by Chris on September 12, 2016 at 3:29am

Christian: The Lion At Worlds End (Full documentary)

Comment by Chris on September 12, 2016 at 3:08am

What Affection REALLY Looks Like | The Lion Whisperer

Published on Sep 9, 2016

Watch Gabby and Bobcat getting to stretch their legs and the show you the affection they have for each other and me. I also tell you about lions leading and not liking people in their line of sight!


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