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Fuck1ng cats.

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In my experience cats normally become bored with animals they cannot catch (in coops/aviaries)

To take someone's beloved pet away and dump it is cruel, to both the animal and the owner...no need.

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I wouldn't be waiting for a cat to get bored if one was sat outside my avairy putting my birds off their nest or generaly upsetting them,once on my ground they become a pest and would be delt with the same as any other.

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rogerthecat is the idiot who suggested ways of killing cats, and that is the general description of the biggest idiots on here

what a nugget

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rogerthecat is the idiot who suggested ways of killing cats, and that is the general description of the biggest idiots on here

what a nugget

 

 

You what, if you want to say something to me then PM me

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the only good cat is a dead one end off if you want to be PC about it recyle it into a davie crocket hat and give it back to the owners kids

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the only good cat is a dead one end off if you want to be PC about it recyle it into a davie crocket hat and give it back to the owners kids

 

 

:wankerzo4: :wankerzo4: :wankerzo4:

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the only good cat is a dead one end off if you want to be PC about it recyle it into a davie crocket hat and give it back to the owners kids

 

 

:wankerzo4: :wankerzo4: :wankerzo4:

 

 

Agreed, you wonder what sort of people hang dogs off of bridges

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Well guys to cut a long story short these twats that live beyond my garden have got 2 young cats they have had them for about six months or so, they are constantly worrying my lifestock/poultry and birds

They have killed 3 prize bantams this week.

They have also stalked my avairys and climbed the wire i have done all i can to stop them getting on the avairy roofs.

I am going to try and get hold of an electric fence and ive set a live cat trap for them.

I am curious as to what im legaly allowed to do with these cats they have been back today and trying to get more despite having my dog chaseing them they keep coming back theres several cats round here and ive kept chickens in the pen for over ten years with no problems.

If it was a dog worrying lifestock you would be allowed to shoot it why is this not applying to cats?

Im feeling to right a bill out to the owners and tell them to keep the cats in before i take matters in to my own hands.

Cheers tom.

Leave a terrier in the yard

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have you spoken to the neighbor? Are you sure they are his cats killing your birds?

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the only good cat is a dead one end off if you want to be PC about it recyle it into a davie crocket hat and give it back to the owners kids

 

 

prick

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Wow what a funny thread! :blink:

 

How about getting a couple of geese, they should keep the cats out :thumbs:

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the only good cat is a dead one end off if you want to be PC about it recyle it into a davie crocket hat and give it back to the owners kids

 

 

:wankerzo4: :wankerzo4: :wankerzo4:

 

 

Agreed, you wonder what sort of people hang dogs off of bridges

 

 

I've bitten my tongue with some of your posts on here of late due to your age, but you're way out of order with that snide remark about dogmen.... :yes: Grow up..

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