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unic0rn

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Nittany Tiger Forum Mod

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#2 2 years ago

D'aww <3




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#3 2 years ago

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#4 2 years ago

Cats rule the interwebs.


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Mr. Matt VIP Member

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#5 2 years ago

I hate cats.

There, I said it. They're vile, selfish creatures, that roam and shit in people's gardens without permission, torture and kill random animals for a laugh, treat their owners as inessential landlords, and would kill you if they were able to.

Compare to dogs, who are loyal, social creatures. Both of our evolutionary paths are inexorably linked, and our early success as hunter/gatherers was likely, in part, thanks to the assistance of our best friends. Their support continued with the advent of agriculture, too, as they helped (and continue to help) us herd animals. Where a cat uses you to provide a roof and free food, a dog becomes part of your pack, emotionally bonds with you, defends you when threatened, and mourns you when you die.

Basically, if you prefer cats, not only are you siding with an animal that lets you live only because it's too small to kill you, but you're also flying in the face of tens of thousands of years of your own evolution.




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#6 2 years ago
Mr. Matt Basically, if you prefer cats, not only are you siding with an animal that lets you live only because it's too small to kill you, but you're also flying in the face of tens of thousands of years of your own evolution.

I don't disagree.

Aren't cats adorable? cute-cat.jpg




unic0rn

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#7 2 years ago

Mr. Matt I hate cats.

There, I said it. They're vile, selfish creatures, that roam and shit in people's gardens without permission, torture and kill random animals for a laugh, treat their owners as inessential landlords, and would kill you if they were able to.

Compare to dogs, who are loyal, social creatures. Both of our evolutionary paths are inexorably linked, and our early success as hunter/gatherers was likely,in part,thanks to the assistance of our best friends. Their support continued with the advent of agriculture, too, as they helped (and continue to help) us herd animals. Where a cat uses you to provide a roof and free food, a dog becomes part of your pack, emotionally bonds with you, defends you when threatened, and mourns you when you die.

Basically, if you prefer cats, not only are you siding with an animal that lets you live only because it's too small to kill you, but you're also flying in the face of tens of thousands of years of your own evolution.




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#8 2 years ago

Why would you want a cat when you can own a husky puppy?




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#9 2 years ago

Superfluous Curmudgeon Basically, if you prefer cats, not only are you siding with an animal that lets you live only because it's too small to kill you, but you're also flying in the face of tens of thousands of years of your own evolution. Mr. Matt I don't disagree.

Aren't cats adorable?

How many times will that adorable cat shit in its neighbour's garden, I wonder?




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#10 2 years ago
Mr. Matt How many times will that adorable cat shit in its neighbour's garden, I wonder?

He'll at least try to bury the evidence. If it requires digging up its neighbor's vegetables in order to do so, then so be it.