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  1. Little_Sam at |

    All together now — Awww!!!

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  2. shargeez at |

    -___- seriously??

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  3. TopTenz Master at |

    I hear you, I’m a dog person too. But a lot of people love cats as proved by the popularity of icanhascheezburger.com. But if you would rather read about dogs, here are few to look at http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-most-courageous-dogs.php, http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-smartest-dogs.php or the first dog astronaut, http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-animals-astronauts-in-space.php.

    Of course if you are yet again bemoaning another list for no other reason than you personally don’t find it interesting, I can’t help you. But tomorrow is a new day with a new list, who knows? You may love it.

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    1. shargeez at |

      I better!! You remember that I hate most of the recent list’s huh? It’s good to know we have a rapport now :-) sooo whats your zodiac sign???

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  4. Mr F at |

    Cats really are the best animal.

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  5. PragmaticStatistic at |

    Many years ago my wife was outside our house with our dog Huey, a lab who was chained to the stair case rail, when a neighbor’s Malamute, who was being taken for a walk by her owner without a leach, attacked Huey and trapped my wife between the two dogs. Unfortunately, my wife was bitten and Huey could not defend himself properly being that he was tied up. However, Huey and my wife were very lucky, because our two cats came to their rescue and attacked the Malamute, jumping on its back, and chased it down the street.

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  6. Trek Girl at |

    Ah, cats – they never cease to amaze me.

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  7. Lynda at |

    Surpised the story of Scarlett the calico is not included here. She was the cat that was horribly burned while saving her kittens one at a time from a burning building. She was shown in the news all bandaged up and burnt but was adopted and then went on to live happily for another 10 years or so.

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  8. Maximilian at |

    I’m a dog person, but this is just so cute and amazing that I actually would want a cat now. Aww =3

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  9. Al Moseley at |

    I am 77 years old and have never been a Cat lover or owned one but now I would like to share this story with you. About two Months ago we moved into our home that has woods in the back part of our 1 acre lot. I put out a night camera to see what kind of animals we had in the woods. We got pictures of a possum, one armadillo and a cat that looked like it had a shiny collar on. We did not own any pets so we got another picture of this cat again with the shiny collar. About a week later my wife went out to the backyard and this cat came up to her and she saw that this collar was the top part of a large glass mason jar. The cat must have put his head in to get some food and could not get it out. Somehow the cat apparently managed to break the glass jar but the top part where you screw the lid on stayed on it’s neck. The cat let my wife try to get the glass collar off but to no avail. She came in and got a container of Vaseline and went out and the cat let her put it all over his head and neck. She then held on to the glass collar and the cat backed out of the glass collar. We then took the feral cat to the local PAWS for shots and to have the cat spaied as we thought it was a female cat. When we went back that afternoon we were told the cat was a male and about 4 years old and had previously been neuteured. Needless to say we now have a real smart Male cat named Sam who stays in our back yard and on my back covered porch. He loves for both of us to rub his head and neck and is a real Smart cat who knows what you have to do to survive.

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