Don't kick snow in a cats face

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  1. lesleyjean

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    :rofl::rofl: Just deserts!
     
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    I hope she is scarred by the attack. Horrible bully . That cat will have clung on to her head, by digging it's sharp claws in , and kicked it's back legs into her face scratching repeatedly. Ouch.
    It's a known fact that Kids who torture animals usually grow up to be rapists murderers or abusers .
    If the cat has any sense, it needs to run away now , though ............
     
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    Why was she shooing the cat away? I know people have problems with cats pooing in their gardens or worrying aviary birds etc Who knows.

    That aside, if a cat attacked me or one of my kids like that, it would only be the once ;)
     
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    I am going to be nicer to my cats from now on:D
     
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    Maybe the cat was making her dog whine or bark?
     
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    We've got one that pounces on your feet in attack ouch she hurts. :) Head and eyes though, that's dangerous. Wasn't scared was he.

    Had a cockerel who used to do the same. I got my own back on him one Sunday :)
     
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    Just shown that to the girls at work, we were all in hysterics - hilarious
     
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    Shows over....Back to work girls... ;)
     
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    Hilarious!

    Now ask yourself this, are you happy to have dangerous animals like that roaming free where your kids play?

    Not, anti cat, just pointing out the 'elf and safety issue!
     
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    IMO any body that antagonise a feral animal deserves what they get,
    The animal had done nothing wrong and obviously thought it was being attacked,when you have claws and teeth the best form of defence is attack
     
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    Don't think it was ferral it was her own pet, she'd rescued. I doubt she'll kick snow at a cat again :)
     
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    Very much agreed Jim.
     
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    the only reason we tolerate cats is we dislike rats and mice more
     
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    YEAH! (mine are in training)

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    Beats me why she was shooing it away from a dog!
    Do American dogs lack a backbone?
     
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    Wow they look like bundles of fun ;)
     
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