Comments: Adopt a cat, anyone? Please?

PG - You forgot to mention where this cat is located.

Posted by Harvey at July 20, 2004 12:39 AM

Get a load of this. TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS.

I've had several cats in my life, but I've never had a cat that died of old age.

Posted by Rob at July 20, 2004 11:54 PM

YEEEEEE-HAWWWWWW!

Cripes! I'm tingly all over :-)

Posted by Harvey at July 21, 2004 06:24 PM

Time to wake up and smell the cat box. Four cats is three too many. Over the years I watched my mother degenerate into a 'Cat Lady'. When she finally stroked out and went into a home, we ventured into her house to survey the damage. (She had forbidden anyone from entering her house for over ten years.) Multiple dogs in cages stacked one on the other. Cats beyond counting (in the 40+ range), most caged. Some dead in their cages. Dead cat carcasses in the freezer. All these animals had to be euthanized. The neighbors had complained for years, but the animal shelter authorities are part of the 'save-all-animals-all-the-time' crowd.) The whole thing was a horror story that makes me shudder (literally) even after ten years. Don't call me an animal hater. We share our house with an aging potbelly pig, who has the run of the house and half the yard, but when her life becomes more suffering than enjoyment, or if she ever turns into a 'toxic' beast like this cat with leukemia (and I say 'beast' affectionately), we'll do the manly thing and put her down. [Hope someone does the same for me - and I know there are going to be a lot of people who say I should be put down right now for my 'extreme' opinions.]

Posted by MrGrumpyDrawers at July 24, 2004 02:07 AM

Didn't I see this story on Yahoo recently?

Posted by physics geek at July 26, 2004 01:27 PM

Omg thats right! Please come see me and my friends! ;)

Posted by watch moi at March 16, 2005 09:39 PM