FIRE!!

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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    The snaggle toothed tabby was a barn cat that I found 2 miles from where it lived. It ran for it's life that night. It's owner has been notified.



    Cat bites ain't no joke. Good thing I have a job that pays my medical expenses. That's gonna leave a scar.
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    It must have been terrified or mad.
    Our one cat "he is dead from old age now" freaked out at cats at the window once.
    He did not see me coming, so when I tried to pick him up from behind he freaked out and bit me on the fingertip

    Those teeth are so sharp it may as well be surgical. Took about a year for the little puss ball inside the bite to work its way out through the skin again.
     
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    fdd2blk

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    They are definitely terrified. The owner was there calling him. He'd meow back but wouldn't come down the hill. We had to go up and get him. Trying to stuff a freaked out Maine Coon into a cage is quite the feat.

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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    Looks like I may be headed to Ventura to offer support and training.
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Oooh , that's gonna hurt.
    Those teeth are quite toxic.
    I had to teach my wife to stop taking things away from the cats before they eat them (stupid city cats, they only catch geckos), because the bite is so bad, whatever you think you saved is going to die somewhere of a septic wound.
     
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    fdd2blk

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    The infection started within a few hours. Within 12 my hand was that swollen. The antibiotics I got knocked it down just as fast. Amazing what a pill can do.

    A nurse friend of mine explained it pretty well ...
    "Cats lick their butts."
    ... enough said.
     
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    fdd2blk

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    dannyboy602

    dannyboy602 Well-Known Member

    Here kitty kitty.
     
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    curious2garden

    curious2garden Well-Known Member

    Don't bother they were already given the advanced class with lessons on properly camouflaging a trap and not getting their extremities gnawed upon.

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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member


    I've found plastic bags rustle too much. Leaving traps uncovered allows for the scent to spread further. The trap in my last picture is missing the back and the front is tied open. That's a whole other lesson. More of an "advanced" technique.
     
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    mr sunshine

    mr sunshine Well-Known Member

    LoL.....it knew that you're a rat.
     
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    fdd2blk

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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    We need to build a few giant spiral pipes circulating the earth. We can use this to bring water to where it is needed and from where there is too much at any given time.
     
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    tangerinegreen555

    tangerinegreen555 Well-Known Member

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    He's going to need some buckets for that leaky roof.
     
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    curious2garden

    curious2garden Well-Known Member

    He can lay them on the sides for cat hotels too.
     
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member


    Good one. :clap:
     
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    Bob Zmuda

    Bob Zmuda Well-Known Member

    no one cares.
     
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