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BowtieGuy

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AND THEN THERE IS THESE FU***R:
https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=925_1406582874 :gun::gun::gun::gun::gun:
That's totally Effed up! I'd have no problems returning the favor (over and over again) to that asshat.
I just hope there's a nice big bus waiting to run his worthless butt over!

Watching that video is enough to ruin your day, the sad thing is that there are people like him everywhere, doing these things to helpless animals every day. :mad:
 
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It's said that he's gone to jail after there are Internet rage when the video gone viral, but i think jail is not enough for him
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I knew I shouldn't of watched that:banghead::mad:
Lot's of stray in Indonesia...as long as the general public doesn't abuse them and feeds them once in a while they can live a good life and sure do adapt.
My neighbor and I rescued two half sisters at 3 months old from a horder woman with 30+ cats who tried but didn't have the means to get them to vets. Lots of sinus and eye issue's at first but all is well so far..
Different mother, same father and they both turned out to be tuxedo's..Fathers gene was strong;):whistle: They came together and have this bond thats unbelievable.
My cat spends all morning at her house which gives me the only chance to play or build lasers. My cat just gets to obbsesive with them to the point where its unhealthy as I have mentioned plenty of times and even hearing the clicking of me cutting my nails will send here in a frenzy.
It's been a blessing that they are so good natured and loving but I curse the day I got them:rolleyes: because who knows just what might happen if I or my neighbor were to move.
Every cat always shows some sillyness and a personality thats just to funny.
I'm a 55 year old man with basicly my first pet by my own, with pic's of my cat all over my phone. I can stand up with the best if I were in need to protect myself but admit I would probably cry like a baby if something were to happen to her:shhh::eek:

Yes Bow, enough to ruin my day thats for sure..
 
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Your daughter must be a Disney princess then! :angel:
She was at one time. She's in her mid thirties now, so a bit old for that analogy. She just loves all animals.

Can't believe that pus pocket acted nicely toward that cat only to kick it so hard it went flying and thought it was funny.
 

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Lot's of stray in Indonesia...as long as the general public doesn't abuse them and feeds them once in a while they can live a good life and sure do adapt.
It sure is!
The fact that there is many cats here, i could observe there are two kind of people:
The one that eager to help those animal, feeding them, etc
The one that is not care so much, as cat are just a usual "sightseeing" everyday
Of course, sometimes people annoyed by cats here, especially if they're entering restaurant or peoples' kitchen stealing food. But i'm glad the usual punishment here towards them is just by spraying water or to scare them using stick broom without really hurting them :)

Every cat always shows some sillyness and a personality thats just to funny.
Yeah it's funny actually!
I have cat that is meh about everything,
Excited about everything, jumping and running all over places,
Scare about everything lol,
One female cat that always angry (the only female cat in my house) to other male cat and also to her owner :cryyy:,
And the one that always meowing when leaved alone :crackup:

I would probably cry like a baby if something were to happen to her:shhh::eek:
This reminds me of my two cat that passed away, my mom and dad were crying like a baby all day. I'm not sure if i'm lucky or not, because i were in remote area back then and couldn't even have time for sad/mourning because of hectic job. :banghead:


BTW here is some video about two legged cat from Malaysia.
An old story from 2005.
You could guess what it is about.

WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!
YOU MIGHT CRY WATCHING THIS VIDEO!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16vwrrC-qmY

(But i'm sure you'll click it anyway don't you :D)

She was at one time. She's in her mid thirties now, so a bit old for that analogy. She just loves all animals.
Whoops that makes her a Disney queen :D
 

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"I LOVE CATS. DO BEINGS WITH FEELINGS SAY THAT LIKE THIS?"

Death
 
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Re: Pets What Do You Have . . . .

too old to post in??
friend just gave me a small female Coral Snake about 16 inches (record is 48@!@!!!)it was right outside his front door this morning on his way to work..
I lost (a while back) the biggest I have EVER seen--> 36 inches AND ways ready to eat-- left the lid off track and he escaped into my car port-- hope he is spreading those awesome growth genes- anything over 30 inches is rare and record of 48 inches is EXTREMELY rare-- I suspect both the Tx and Florida records of 48 were of dead Corals.. (sad) the way mine was eating.. who knows?? ? crazy? no --if you knew Corals -- they have an unfair rep. NOT based in fact.. NOT dangerous nor deadly... unless you are a skink or small snake..pics coming
 
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Re: Pets What Do You Have . . . .

I had a corn snake once, tiny and insignificant to what you have now, wow.. When I was a kid I was always on the look or big gofer or king snakes, caught a few huge ones, always enjoyed brining them home to show mom, and see her scream to get it out of the house

Regarding Coral snakes. I had heard the same thing, that they are deadly, most toxic etc. I was just looking on Wikipedia to confirm that's what you have, they do have fangs and are poisonous but the article said they aren't very aggressive, in so many words.

Only time I object to necro posting is when a newbie does it and appears to just do so to troll the forum, adding to an old thread fine in my opinion as a forum member. I wish we had more controls to keep trolls from doing that when so new. I've seen other long term members remark they don't care either, as long as someone adds something of substance, not just a "oh that's cool" post to the thread etc. Now that's bad, but yours, no.
 

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Re: Pets What Do You Have . . . .

too old to post in??
friend just gave me a small female Coral Snake about 16 inches (record is 48@!@!!!)it was right outside his front door this morning on his way to work..
I lost (a while back) the biggest I have EVER seen--> 36 inches AND ways ready to eat-- left the lid off track and he escaped into my car port-- hope he is spreading those awesome growth genes- anything over 30 inches is rare and record of 48 inches is EXTREMELY rare-- I suspect both the Tx and Florida records of 48 were of dead Corals.. (sad) the way mine was eating.. who knows?? ? crazy? no --if you knew Corals -- they have an unfair rep. NOT based in fact.. NOT dangerous nor deadly... unless you are a skink or small snake..pics coming
Hey Len, this thread is fine to post in, but their is also a larger and a bit more current pet thread -Here- , it's got 11 pages of our members pets in it.

Len, you wouldn't happen to have any pics of your new girl yet, would you?
 
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My guy is a blue Phase Nosybe Chameleon. 4 years old. That's really old. Record is 9 Years but usual is 3-4 normal person 5-7 vet.
I can't seem to size any pic to post that this forum will take so here is a link to a similar creature. https://www.chameleonsonly.com/ I have bought 5 from them. Great people. Great lizards. Hope I didn't just violate some forum rule. That's not an advertisement as much as a fond love for them and desperation for a picture.
 

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Cool creatures, kecked, I'd love to see a pic of yours when you get the pic sizing figured out! :yh:
BTW, I don't think you violated anything with that link, heck with them if they don't like it.
 

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Re: Pets What Do You Have . . . .

Hey Len, this thread is fine to post in, but their is also a larger and a bit more current pet thread -Here- , it's got 11 pages of our members pets in it.

Len, you wouldn't happen to have any pics of your new girl yet, would you?
I merged them together, hope is OK with everyone.
 

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Works for me, good thinking Chris. :beer:
 

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I got 'into' Corals while a zookeeper in Bonita Springs Fl. (70s) small private place- funky hand made cages- and a few corals-(100 gators and 12 american crocks (yes we have them in SSE Fl.)

mostly small Corals like the one I will post pics of-- kept in a 4x4 foot plexiglass box with slide off lid- they occasionally died as they never seemed to want to eat--maybe it was the sawdust in the cage. We caught night skinks and dropped them into the sawdust-- turns out the best/only way to feed them was to hand the lizard up close to the coral --they take a sniff and grab the skink by the head and chew a little-- no fangs per se -just grooved tiny fragile teeth.. they are shy and stay hidden-- I was a guide there also and everybody wanted to see the corals and ask about them-- MANY misconseptions and undeserved bad rep.. FACTS: Death by Coral is almost unheard of.. you almost have to insist to get a bite and even cloth gloves are fairly good protection-- another guide there was a wacko and took big risks with some of the snakes-- BUT after seeing him handle corals every day bare handed= I had to try and it was pretty easy-- keep your fingers close together and be gentle-- most bites are in the web of skin between the fingers. It was a rush to here the visitors gasp when you rake your hands thru sawdust and come up with 2 or 3 Corals in your hands.

Oddly two mirgrant workers in Bonita were actually playing with a coral and BOTH got bit-- they were drunk and one died either heart attack or Coral bite or both-

another guy nearly died from the anti-venom when he fished a snake ( he thought was a scarlet king) from a hole on the golf course-- He played around with it until it got pissed and bit him-- he much later went to the hospital and almost died from the 'cure'.

no deaths afaik since 1985-- when the antivemon was first made NOW they believe its so out of date that it may or may not work-- also sad and odd- They have become so rare and no new antivenom afaik is being produced-- a place in northern Fl had a lab going--locals would catch them for the lab- the venom was extracted and most would not eat (they should have had ME there-- the 'Coral Snake Whisperer') OK to whisper as like ALL serpents they have NO external 'ears'-- note-- they did not tell the locals that most were being released later as they were mostly Sr.s and no fan of ANY snakes.

a few years after moving to Texas I found a 20 incher crossing my fenced back yard.
It never wanted to eat and is now a hat band on my leather hat.


THEN I got my dream Coral-(found by the Ice Cream man crossing the road at 8 am- a 'monster' as Corals go-- guesstimate at 36 inches and he had all the markings of a contender for record size.. BIG boy -- eager eater-- NEVER turned down a skink or gater snake -- one a ribbon snake was 14 grams and 19 inches Big Boy held its head for about 5 min-- let go and about 10 minutes later he sniffed it out , found the head and 'swallowed' for 30 min.more.. just to see- I went to my stash place where skinks were an easy find- caught two med/large ones and Big Boy ate both w/o delay..

-- So the secret of feeding Corals is leave them alone and undisturbed gently and quietly offer the food by hand- do not let go until the food gets bit. So simple!! Growth depending upon age is about 12 inches
per year-- less I imagine when they are older- Still researching about the two record of 48 inches one near me I TEXAS just down the road in Jones Creek- and the Fl record again very near where I was living near Naples-- OK what I want to know-- dead or alive?? pretty much EVERY snake you hear about was measured post motum -- a six foot diamond back becomes 7 foot when stretched -- look at the diamond shaped scales they are stretched a lot. <> to <==>

kinda weird connection between Corals and me..

I was planning to do a proper measurement of Big Boy the day after his escape.. you take a plastic tube longer than the snake- close one end and let the snake crawl inside... then measure .

A good friend stopped by (evening) and wanted to see my Coral-- I must have gotten the lid off center- and any crack is big enough for them to squeeze thru--
so until a few days ago no corals-- Then my acturpuncturist called after coming across maybe 20 incher ON HIS WELCOME matt-- a juvvy- a few years old-- frisky-- will know soon if she is a easy feed or not-- must allow her to get used to the new enclosure made specifically for coral snake ( w/ improvements to the lid) has two hot rocks a water feature with pump and a fan system to keep it fresh --

below is pic of Big Boy from one of my fbook accts--for scale I would say he was close in size to a man's index finger & ~ 3 feet long
 

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