It’s Caturday!

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13 Responses to It’s Caturday!

  1. Lucille says:

    The Cats of Sardinia….

    The cat colony at Su Pallosu in Sardinia (a Mediterranean island and a region of Italy) has existed for over a century but has recently become a hot tourist spot where guests can pet the animals and see the local archaeological sites.

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  2. Lucille says:

    Very ‘Scary’ Cat Is Obsessed With A Tiny Almond
    The Dodo Cat Crazy – May 15, 2021

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  3. John Shaffer says:

    Sent from my iPad


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  4. Titled ‘Cat on a Diet’ – My caption: “You’re STARVING me! What do you expect! You pick it up & FEED ME!”

    Have a great day everyone! 🙂

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  5. stella says:

    Cute now, but …

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    • Lucille says:

      Can’t view the vid…so did Jim Rose call animal control and get some traps so the bobcats can all be moved to a wooded area where they belong. I wouldn’t put up with this for two seconds. They are wild and should never be domesticated. He’s giving them a taste of domestication and that is wrong.


      • stella says:

        I’m sure he will if he hasn’t already done so.

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      • stella says:

        You won’t believe this:

        The Roses have reached out for help, hoping to find the bobcat family a better home.

        “It would make me very very happy for someone to come and relocate these animals somewhere,” said Jim. “We called the Allen Police Department, the fire department, the veterinarian, a shelter. We called the state of Texas, wildlife and game. Everyone tells me the same thing. Nothing can be done.”

        The city of Allen forwarded CBS 11 News a portion of their website saying it doesn’t intervene when these animals are roaming their natural habitat, which includes urban environments, unless the animals are “sick, injured, or unusually aggressive.”

        The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department confirmed game wardens “will not remove the bobcats and don’t perform most animal control duties.”

        Relocation, according to DFW Urban Biologist Rachel Richter, “is often not logistically possible and many relocated animals die from the stress.”

        The best case scenario, she said, is for the homeowner to encourage the bobcats to relocate on their own by using light sound and smell deterrents.

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