myrrhmidon Apr 9, 2021 11:32PM

I guess this makes Amiya a cat lady now?

FluffyCow Apr 10, 2021 1:26AM

I didn't know cats ate rabbits. I certainly don't blame Rosmontis though.

HopeFromYuri Apr 11, 2021 4:05PM

^my cat did once. pretty sad.

ObtainCheese Apr 11, 2021 10:59PM

^shit just went from 0 to 100 real quick

FluffyCow Apr 11, 2021 11:37PM

I was just going for a bit of lewd humor, but that got super dark o_o

random Apr 12, 2021 12:55PM

^I mean cats are hypercarnivores extraordinaire and basically exist to murder the crap out of every little critter they can find in the undergrowth. RULES OF NATURE as my young friends on the Internet would put it.
Story time!
Years ago I was staying over at a friend's place out in the countryside and wake to one of the family cats returning from a routine nocturnal foray, demanding the door be opened for him. Everybody else sleeps like a log so I get up and shamble over to let His Highness in and he slinks past my feet to crouch in the middle of the living-room carpet. As I make my way back to the guest bed I start hearing these wet scrunching noises coming from that direction... "Welp, one less small rodent" I conclude and shrug.
'Bout five-ten minutes later as I'm trying to fall asleep again he then comes lick my face and I'm like "...thanks furball. -.-;" (Then again dogs will happily lap up puke off the street and eat hare droppings - good source of fiber apparently - and people kiss them...)
Well, better than that one time he stole some Pringles off the table, got indigestion and threw up in my shoe. Cats, amirite?

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NARESH4444 Apr 14, 2021 3:14AM

This why having a stray cat problem is an actual problem.

They have led to the extinction of many smaller animals.

And they'll eat your donkey daughter too.

random Apr 14, 2021 3:37AM

^freaking mice are a destructive invasive species in some parts

NARESH4444 Apr 15, 2021 2:31AM

Mice truly are,but not all the birds and fish,hence the strays issue.

It's like using snakes to cure rats,but the cats are more varied with a larger appetite.

Large enough for a donkey.

random Apr 15, 2021 3:20AM

I was making a general point about the disruptiveness of invasive species. Hell we're licensing hunters to curb the feral rabbit population where I live (though on the upside the little shits have accelerated the urbanisation of eg. foxes and various birds of prey).