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Old 02-20-04, 08:49 AM   #16 (permalink)
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BANG! Bonsai Kitten gets another victim. LOL!
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Old 02-20-04, 09:20 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Every month or so that site pops up on here, and there's always SOMEONE who asks if it's real. Kudos to the Webmaster, he's a genius.
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Old 02-20-04, 09:28 AM   #18 (permalink)
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A very sad joke!! to many emotions involved, my wife got really opset about this, aim sure others too!
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Hoax

This thing has been around for years now.
It's a hoax..... been proven many times... Only a webcite made to make people laugh in my opinion.

Just think about it, how can the cat be so clean if he grew in a bottle??? Wouln't he have **** all over him????
Even if they clean him out, wouln't his fur be all tangled up?

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Well your wife should come over and check out our cat. His favorite place to "hide" is a five gallon empty fish tank...and let me tell you, a 25 pound cat sqeezed into a 5 gallon fish tank is far "Sadder" looking than a bonsai kitten. LOL

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Old 02-20-04, 10:11 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Well your wife should come over and check out our cat. His favorite place to "hide" is a five gallon empty fish tank...and let me tell you, a 25 pound cat sqeezed into a 5 gallon fish tank is far "Sadder" looking than a bonsai kitten. LOL

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LOL! Any chance to share a picture of that??
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HAHA yeah I have lots, I'll have to try and dig one up....he likes to put his face into the bottom corners. It really looks just like a Bonsai Kitten. I am sure they had minimal if any problems getting those kittens into those jars. Cats are weird.

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Old 02-20-04, 11:07 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Is it easy to get a cat into a jar? I always thought it would be difficult. I wonder if I can get the 2 stupid furry little bastards around here into jars. Now that would keep them from clawing the couch!
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"A Modest Proposal" gets the same kinds of responses...

There are a few points to writing something satirical, one is to amuse individuals with a similar viewpoint or those able to see it for what it is... Frequently it's used to identify something seen as negative by blowing it out of proportion... and it's also used to identify people who simply don't "get it"

Along the same lines but not quite as subtle is the site http://www.petsorfood.com which frequently causes similar responses (Although herpers seem to find it amusing).
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Old 02-20-04, 11:44 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Mousekilla- Spray citrus on your couches. Or even use fresh lemon peels.

Cats HATE citrus.

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Old 02-20-04, 11:56 AM   #26 (permalink)
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This if from http://www.petsorfood.com....

"Red King Snake
One of the most venomous and rare snakes. Our expert breeders have perfectly replicated their native habitat and been able to mass produce this amazing creature. All live shipments come with five Red King Snake anti-venom ampules.
- $10.95 per dozen "

LOL.
I'm not exactly sure but pic looks like a corn too
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Anaconda
From the jungles of equatorial South America comes the largest man eating snake known to Man, the Anaconda. Pets or Food™ has formed a relationship with the foremost Anaconda wrangler in Brazil to supply us with an exclusive stock of this incredible reptile. Due to the size of the Anaconda, our free shipping offer does not apply to purchases of this product. Homes with small children should consider the Ready to Eat™ package.
- $284.99 each

I thought this one was funny also. :P
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Old 02-20-04, 12:18 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Janus i was getting ready to post about the corn also. I thought that one was soooo funny.
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Haha. Excuse me while I go finish my bullfrog
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