[QUOTE=Lizzielou;992309]*Sniggers* We had a male Tonkinese a few years back, he was a classic seal point, which means he was white all over except for dark brown ears, face, tail, legs and.....balls! When we had him de-sexed my husband had words with the vet about leaving him with his 'dark features'. LOL! He didn't want our wee man to feel out classed by someone with bigger nuts.[/QUOTE]
LOL that is so funny. Males and their dangly bits !!!!!!
I hope Misabi isn't reading this !!!!!!
[QUOTE=seaweed;992447]i do charge a fee for this you know lol[/QUOTE]
Hmmmmmmm I am sure that we could do a whip round.
i actually asked the vet if they did implants and he really did laugh at me lol
Omg so funny. I had a tonkinese also and was so glad when his ball sack/scrotum still showed a dark dot in the appropriate area after he was fixed. Years later I had a bit of a mutt cat, but he had points. His little sack always looked a bit odd. When it was time for him to be fixed, the vet told me that one of his testicles hadn't descended and the vet had to go in abdominally to fix him properly. I felt so bad for the little guy - he was slow as long as a female cat who gets spayed. :(
Of all the cats I ever had, I've only had one who didn't take to litter box training naturally. It got so bad that when I'd make my bed in the morning, I'd put a painter's tarp over it so he wouldn't pee on it. I was at the end of my rope and was going to make him an outdoor cat just because I couldn't think of anything else. Enter another kitten (in fact, the mutt kitty from the above paragraph). That kitten took to the litter box after just one time of showing him it - like every other cat I'd ever had. My unable to be trained one saw that the "baby" had figured it out and voila! he figured it out also.
Cats are complex creatures. I lost my last one last year and honestly just don't have the heart to get another. Never took the death of a pet so hard, but this one, I don't know. He knocked me for a loop.
both my boy cats disappeared whilst there was a bit of a rabbit cull going on. i have one female siamese ragdoll cross left. i havent got the heart to get another male cat much as i really really miss them. the dog is awesome but there is nothing quite like a male tonkinese or abysinnian siamese crossed cat. my theory on animals is the ancient breeds that have been domesticated forever, things like arab horses, siamese and abysinnian cats, vizslas etc are incredibly people orientated and smart and useful. no passengers in those days. so i stick with them. altho our horse, who is really a pony, isnt an arab lol she is short, fat and spotty and i dont care as she is a member of the whanau.
Joanie, I so hear what you are saying. All our cats are great ratters, rabbitters, mousers, birders.... oh hell....... I feel another story coming on......
way back in the day, when Lattica (or what ever her name was) Bobbit, debobbitted Wayne (who later became a porn star), anyway sister in law got herself a brand new boyfriend. This particular SIL always has very vivid dreams when she was asleep, and of course her dreams this particular night were about the be-bobbitting of Wayne-bob !!!! Anyway on said night - she was staying at ours with her new boyfriend...... and she woke up at dawn and saw a very bob-itt like thing lying on the carpet, in the half darkness. You get the picture - 9 or 10 inches long etc... Anyway she was screaming thinking that she had done something really serious to her new boyfriend....when in fact.... the cat had caught an eel, eaten half of it after dragging it inside, and left this flacid thing lying in her bedroom....as you do !!!!!!
As an aside.... if I ever did a bobbitt on any man, firstly it would be BECAUSE he deserved it and secondly I wouldn't have thrown it out the window.... I would have fed it to the dog !!!!LOL Poor wee dog
Seaweed, that is awful Pindone is a nasty chemical, and we have kept our cats inside for a week on end, when that stuff is being sprayed about. They reckon if a cat, ferritt, or dog eats the poisoned rabbitt, it will kill them too. However I think birds are ok eating the carcasses of pindoned rabbitts ?
when they are gone you realise just how much you enjoyed their company
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when they are gone you realise just how much you enjoyed their company[/QUOTE]
thats the cats, not the bob-itts from the previous outburst !!!!!
Joanie - I do not know why my sound doesn't sound - on my computer. I may have some wires crossed, but I cannot hear nuffink !!!! Sorry
[QUOTE]As an aside.... if I ever did a bobbitt on any man, firstly it would be BECAUSE he deserved it and secondly I wouldn't have thrown it out the window.... I would have fed it to the dog !!!!LOL Poor wee dog [/QUOTE] do you remember the case of the guy in germany who advertised on the net for a victim to eat? then took a movie of the deed. apparently they bobbited the victim and flambed the said member and ate it together and then bleated about how tough it was. my dog wouldnt eat it as he wont touch raw pork. prob betta to feed it to the eels gwamma lol
[QUOTE]Seaweed, that is awful Pindone is a nasty chemical, and we have kept our cats inside for a week on end, when that stuff is being sprayed about. They reckon if a cat, ferritt, or dog eats the poisoned rabbitt, it will kill them too. However I think birds are ok eating the carcasses of pindoned rabbitts ?
[/QUOTE] it wanst pindone. i think they got shot as no one was pindoning at that time. i did used to get hawks fighting in the paddock above my house over the poisoned rabbit carcasses. the old guys reckon they never die from secondary poisoning. 1080 is a different matter altho everyone in DOC denies it. it also apparently depends what time of year it is and how much other food is about. a farm quite a ways down the road from me that does alot of ecotourism did a huge 1080 mission of recent for the rabbits. all the hawks disappeared. maybe they really did leave coz there was no food left but i doubt it. said landowner doesnt allow anyone on their land so i never heard if there were any hawk carcasses laying around.