I'm buying a mokave jag cat

  • Guido4real69

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    Oct 05, 2015 11:28 PM GMT
    Next week I'll have this exotic kitty cat .
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    Oct 05, 2015 11:48 PM GMT
    Aw, cute. Post pics so we can all see your new pussy.
  • Guido4real69

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    Oct 06, 2015 12:28 AM GMT
    Import saidAw, cute. Post pics so we can all see your new pussy.
    yes sir . I'm really excited . I bought a new house.
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    Oct 06, 2015 12:42 AM GMT
    A real guido
  • Guido4real69

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    Oct 06, 2015 1:00 AM GMT
    Radd saidA real guido
    lol ya I guess . I'm gonna drop 2k on this kitty cat hehe . I dropped a few g on Victorian oil paintings . New house + new cat + new oil painting and furniture = new life?
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    Oct 06, 2015 2:53 PM GMT
    I never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .
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    Oct 06, 2015 3:19 PM GMT
    look to see if there is an adoption situation specific to the mokave jag cat. I bet there is an organization for the breed and they have an on line adoption sit.

    they are typically double the size of a house cat.
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    Oct 06, 2015 3:20 PM GMT
    neffa saidI never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .

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    Oct 06, 2015 3:30 PM GMT
    neffa saidI never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .


    But then you wouldn't be able to brag about how much you spent whenever someone visits your house and happens to look at your pet.

    Think, man!
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    Oct 06, 2015 3:49 PM GMT
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    neffa saidI never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .


    But then you wouldn't be able to brag about how much you spent whenever someone visits your house and happens to look at your pet.

    Think, man!
    no this cat acts just like a dog . U can walk down the street .
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    Oct 06, 2015 4:40 PM GMT
    neffa saidI never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .


    Very true. There's so many unwanted animals out there.

    My Republican mother buys $600 purebred cats with smashed in faces (as a design feature). I got 3 regular cats from shelters and they have twice the personality and maneuverability IMO. Maybe I'm offsetting her at least :/
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    Oct 06, 2015 5:03 PM GMT
    Guido4real69 said
    no this cat acts just like a dog . U can walk down the street .


    Just about any cat can be harness trained, and then taken for daily/regular walks outside on a leash. Vets are recommending walks because it helps with bonding and affords cats with outdoor experiences while maintaining the health and longevity expectations of indoor cats.

    Some cats will have dog-like characteristics, but they are still cats so training may take a bit longer. You'll find this out after reviewing several dozen articles and videos on the subject... and after getting that special tha-fuck-u-doin look from a cat when you slap on a harness and think you can go right outside.

    Good luck, and remember to exercise patience.
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    Oct 06, 2015 5:59 PM GMT
    FN_R5000I said
    Guido4real69 said
    no this cat acts just like a dog . U can walk down the street .


    Just about any cat can be harness trained, and then taken for daily/regular walks outside on a leash. Vets are recommending walks because it helps with bonding and affords cats with outdoor experiences while maintaining the health and longevity expectations of indoor cats.

    Some cats will have dog-like characteristics, but they are still cats so training may take a bit longer. You'll find this out after reviewing several dozen articles and videos on the subject... and after getting that special tha-fuck-u-doin look from a cat when you slap on a harness and think you can go right outside.

    Good luck, and remember to exercise patience.
    yes indeed thanks for the advice . I always wanted a exotic cat . Always
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    Oct 06, 2015 7:37 PM GMT
    neffa saidI never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .



    EXACTLY! But people who are into conspicuous consumption don't get animals because they love animals. It's just another expensive accessory. icon_neutral.gif
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    Oct 06, 2015 8:09 PM GMT
    Please make sure you know what you're getting into. Friends of mine have had Bengals, Savannahs, and other exotic cats over the years and the latter have always been disease-prone, thanks in part to their strained breeding. It's really sad when these cats sicken and die prematurely, so just be prepared for that possibility, as well as for the not-inconsequential vet bills. I side with those who opt to adopt rescue pets; these animals are survivors and have proven themselves eternally grateful once placed in a good home.
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    Oct 06, 2015 10:24 PM GMT
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    I raised a hybrid wolf but though it was my very best experience with a pet, I probably wouldn't do it again and I definitely wouldn't recommend it.

    The big problem being that with a hybrid mixed with a non-domesticated animal--and mine was quite high percentage wolf--you don't know which genes might kick in. I knew immediately that I was not raising just a dog and he even challenged me for my dinners when still a pup. Turned out to be an incredible animal, absolutely gorgeous, and smart as hell, but socializing took a lot of work and so I was diligent in that from when he was relatively tiny, especially making sure he was unafraid of all social conditions--art shows, cars, being around kids, other animals, etc.

    One of the main things you must do if you get one is to spay or neuter it. Especially with a cat though I felt strongly about that with the hybrid wolf. Because if they get out, and likely your cat will, someone else could wind up raising wild cats and not know it. By that you could cause serious damage to someone else's family.

    That kitty cat has inside it a bobcat and depending on what genes kick in, about which you've no control, a kitty from a litter of that cat could kill someone's little kid of a family you've never even met.

    Here kitty kitty kitty
  • Apparition

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    Oct 07, 2015 1:12 AM GMT
    um who cares about pussy, show me the paintings
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    Oct 07, 2015 2:06 AM GMT
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    neffa saidI never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .



    EXACTLY! But people who are into conspicuous consumption don't get animals because they love animals. It's just another expensive accessory. icon_neutral.gif


    Correct me if I'm wrong but weren't you looking for a 10K refrigerator not too long ago?



    Yes I was (looking.) But I have never felt the desire impress anyone with how much money something costs. I love to cook and wanted a top of the line fridge. Ended up getting a MUCH cheaper model though. I drive a 2007 car and rarely go shopping. Purchasing animals is a whole other level in my opinion anyway though.
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    Oct 07, 2015 2:30 AM GMT
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    Yes I was (looking.) But I have never felt the desire impress anyone with how much money something costs. I love to cook and wanted a top of the line fridge. Ended up getting a MUCH cheaper model though. I drive a 2007 car and rarely go shopping. Purchasing animals is a whole other level in my opinion anyway though.


    It was a thread flaunting your ability to purchase a needlessly, very expensive item. That's the very definition of conspicuous.

    It's not fair to dump all your resentment on someone who wants a particular breed of animal. There are all these careless pet owners who continue to allow their cats and/or dogs to breed with reckless abandon. They are the one's responsible for all the unwanted animals that suffer in shelters or are destroyed. No one ever directs any of his indignation toward the ones actually responsible for so many unwanted animals here in the first place.




    That's because no one will ever admit to dumping or neglecting animals.

    If I had started a thread about a 2000. dollar refrigerator, would you still be butthurt? Probably not. At what price range does it shift from asking for advice to "flaunting?" Not that it's any of your business, but I spend very little money on things to impress people. I dress in thrift store clothes most of the time, drive an old beat up car, etc because I don't care about turning heads for such shallow reasons. But I will spend money on items that I feel will truly make my life better. I saw that fridge when I went to pick out cabinets and was shocked at the price tag. So I created a thread asking members here if it was really worth it. It's not what you spend on something, it more what you're buying and if it's purchased to improve your life or just to put on a show for others.

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    Oct 08, 2015 3:22 PM GMT
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    neffa saidI never understood people dropping $2000 for an exotic breed of cats or dogs ..
    There are so many animals waiting for new owners in shelters .
    Buy $2000 worth of food , blankets and toys drop it at one of your city's animal shelter and come back with an adopted animal, he/she will be so thankful to you .


    Very true. There's so many unwanted animals out there.

    My Republican mother buys $600 purebred cats with smashed in faces (as a design feature). I got 3 regular cats from shelters and they have twice the personality and maneuverability IMO. Maybe I'm offsetting her at least :/


    Thanks mate for being an animal lover .
    Those 3 cats are the luckiest one in your city !!
  • Ookami

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    Oct 08, 2015 9:25 PM GMT
    That's cool! I have sometimes spend cash on exotic plants! I guess if you earn it... And you are going to care properly of your pet... Why not?

    And also wanted to say... I'm an unwanted pet too... Someone rescue me! Free to a good home kind of deal.
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    Oct 11, 2015 10:54 PM GMT
    Ookami saidThat's cool! I have sometimes spend cash on exotic plants! I guess if you earn it... And you are going to care properly of your pet... Why not?

    And also wanted to say... I'm an unwanted pet too... Someone rescue me! Free to a good home kind of deal.
    my house is your house ! U and I are very much alike