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A cat ruins the live interview of an academic and goes viral
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RE: A cat ruins the live interview of an academic and goes viral
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-10-2018 01:56 AM)
lol at one point the cat starts licking his ear

maybe this should be the norm in western culture

cats are allowed to jump on you, and you just wipe away the tail when the stick it over your eyes

You mean it isn't the norm?



chuckle
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Rayne
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Post: #17
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Cats are very narcissistic. It's got to be all about them.
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Bao2  Wrote: (07-10-2018 02:02 AM)
eclipsed  Wrote: (07-09-2018 10:13 PM)
the cat is JEALOUS...thats what i see.
he doesnt want the man to give ANY attention to the other people, thats HIS man, his human.
this is jealously pure and simple.
im sorry, it is....

Perhaps the cat see a very strong light placed in front of the man and the cat (being able to see in darkness, so very sensitive to high light) thinks such strong light could harm the man as the cat feels the harm from the strong light.

The man is unable to shut the mouth and grab the cat out and then continue. People that just continue doing stupidities instead stopping and solving a more urgent problem are matrix people, unawakened. Only unawakened people acts so stupid. If it is a lion attacking the man he would also continue to talk instead solving the problem.

Jhikpghf


Cat owners have a strange submission to their cats.....
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Toxoplasma gondii by remote control. Notice how it stays towards the infected area; the head only. If it went much further, the remote would not work properly. Remember these cats are taking down civilization. Look at history everytime the cats take control, out goes that civilization.

joke*
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Post: #20
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Kittys love people.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-09-2018 09:53 PM)
A cat ruins the live interview of an academic and goes viral

https://twitter.com/rudybouma?ref_src=tw...ico-polaco


The cat is trying to protect its owner....
Look how the cat puts its tail on the eyes of the man.....like trying to cover the eyes of its owner
Cats are awesome....

It's not a cat , it's a fur baby.
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Post: #22
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pacman  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:50 AM)
Toxoplasma gondii by remote control. Notice how it stays towards the infected area; the head only. If it went much further, the remote would not work properly. Remember these cats are taking down civilization. Look at history everytime the cats take control, out goes that civilization.

joke*

f*#k off! boring and an original.
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Post: #23
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-10-2018 10:42 AM)
pacman  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:50 AM)
Toxoplasma gondii by remote control. Notice how it stays towards the infected area; the head only. If it went much further, the remote would not work properly. Remember these cats are taking down civilization. Look at history everytime the cats take control, out goes that civilization.

joke*

f*#k off! boring and an original.

^reactive reply and predictable. chuckle
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Post: #24
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Rayne  Wrote: (07-10-2018 03:13 AM)
Cats are very narcissistic. It's got to be all about them.

Cats are not human. They are instinctive. Seriously?
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Post: #25
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Feed me, or I will spoil your day! Cute as a button.
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Post: #26
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:52 PM)
Rayne  Wrote: (07-10-2018 03:13 AM)
Cats are very narcissistic. It's got to be all about them.

Cats are not human. They are instinctive. Seriously?

Really? In my experience I've seen jealously, grief, affection for one cat or human over another, and purposeful misbehavior. They've mourned the death of beloved dogs or kitty pals, they show a very obvious distaste when another cat is getting attention that they feel they should get, and had them look directly at me while scratching on a spot they've been trained not to and then haul butt when caught.

Dogs are much the same; jealously, affection, grief, depression, etc. They have most of the emotions we have, but they are just not as fine-honed as ours.
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