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mralice

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#87 - Ohhh.... I couldnt figure that one out for the life of me. 12/22/2015 on Bad design +1
#786 - >27 >Feline Isolation Caretaker >The fac… 12/16/2015 on Open up to your FJ Family 0
#48 - Well, we have this...  [+] (4 new replies) 12/11/2015 on Could we please stop doing... +12
#57 - jasir (12/11/2015) [-]
Most of them are fish? I knew joshlol was slimmy character.
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#60 - darthblam (12/11/2015) [-]
That was from a post where people manually added themselves to where they are.

There's a couple out in the ocean that's "Tom Hanks" and a few miles away is "WILSON!!!"
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#58 - joshlol (12/11/2015) [-]
lmao
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#49 - manformen (12/11/2015) [-]
But this survey is based on individuals own input. as you can see, there is thousands from the atlantic ocean. I'd like to see something real
#154 - Its a completely valid excuse; My (badly worded) complaint was… 12/04/2015 on Dem feels 0
#150 - Not sure about other shelters, but our 'broken' cats get adopt… 12/04/2015 on Dem feels 0
#149 - I worded it rather badly. Yes, you should enjpy the c… 12/04/2015 on Dem feels 0
#44 - I work in a non-profit shelter and people return cats for far …  [+] (19 new replies) 12/04/2015 on Dem feels +58
#108 - locke (12/04/2015) [-]
sorry, i'm using this opportunity to reminisce about my dog who passed away this year do to acute liver failure. I remember when I got my dogs, the first one is a wonderful mild tempured dog who enjoys laying around most of the day and running around at night, the second dog was a little jack russell terrier who was picked up off the streets at a young age, that dog had an absolutely terrible temper when it came to other dogs and but we decided to give it a try anyway because he was ecstatic and basically the complete opposite of my first dog. lo and behold after about a month and we were nearing out wits end, they'd fight on occasion and the little one would push around the bigger one until finally the big one learned to stand up for itself, from there on out the second dog got the picture and I'll be damned if that dog didn't teach the first dog every underhanded trick to guilt us into giving them a treat, in the book. sorry for the weird post, i loved that damn dog and the liver failure came on suddenly, one day he's not eating, the next he's severely jaundiced and in pain. forgive the post.
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#85 - pokemonstheshiz (12/04/2015) [-]
"Don't like its personality"
That could be a valid excuse. If it's a little shitbag I probably wouldn't want it either, especially if I had kids and stuff
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#154 - mralice (12/04/2015) [-]
Its a completely valid excuse; My (badly worded) complaint was more if they had spent 10-30 minutes with the cat to get to know it some, they would have seen it was a total jerk.

Instead, people typically pick a cat based only on looks or age (i.e. kittens under 6 mo) and adopt, without even petting it first. But even more often, its 'personality' are things you ought to expect from a cat.

For example, two days ago a kitten was returned because it was playing with wires around the house and getting in areas it shouldnt be, like behind the fridge and under the sofa. Its a kitten, what the hell did they expect?
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#110 - thetallbeverage (12/04/2015) [-]
The best cat I've ever had was a solid bastard for the first 2 months of us adopting him. Turns out, he was just neglected and abused by his previous owner. He doesn't like it when people argue, so he strolls into the room and plops on the floor, rolling around and meowing.

You still need to give a cat time to show its personality. More than a week.
#78 - garageband (12/04/2015) [-]
I am proud to say my family went to a shelter and picked up an orange tabby, even though they told us he has a big medical history. Turns out right after we got him, he developed a stomach problem, now hes the size of a ballon cuz he can't shit anything out, still races around the house like its fine, its fucking hilarious.
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#69 - vampired (12/04/2015) [-]
wtf, aren't cats nocturnal? "Too noisy at night"?
#112 - anon (12/04/2015) [-]
Dont cats sleep like 70% of their time or so? Or so a comp said i saw like 5 minutes ago here.
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#113 - vampired (12/04/2015) [-]
I'd assume that the 70% pertains to daily activity. I'm neither a cat expert or a cat person though.
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#53 - vorarephilia (12/04/2015) [-]
odd question, but what is the best way to adopt a disabled cat? just go around to shelters asking for them to show me the handicapped ones or leave a number that says to call me if they get a cat that is blind or something?
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#59 - mothertrollbegood (12/04/2015) [-]
You honestly think the people working there care if you want a disabled cat? legit just ask and they'd show you them. After all, the care takers want to get the animals to better homes regardless of what type of cat the care taker wants.
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#82 - vorarephilia (12/04/2015) [-]
I figured it would be weird to go in and demand to see all the cripple cats. and if they don't have any, do i leave a number or something?
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#150 - mralice (12/04/2015) [-]
Not sure about other shelters, but our 'broken' cats get adopted faster than the 'normal' ones. Just have to continuously stop by and browse.

As for the phone number thing, my shelter doesnt do that.... far too many adoptors trying to leave us their number; It would be a hassle for us, especially since it seems like 90% of people want the same thing (good lord EVERYONE wants a german shepard dog, or puppy/kitten under 6 mo old).

Maybe other shelters do though? No harm in asking. Mines just too large (4 locations in 2 counties with around 1k animals).
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#83 - mothertrollbegood (12/04/2015) [-]
it isnt weird, it's just life man, a lot of pet owners prefer taking the weird and wonderful of the pet world, just make it clear that's what your after and they'll say if they have any or not, if they don't they'll probably either get your information to call you when one comes in, or head you in the right direction to another shelter that may have one.
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#84 - vorarephilia (12/04/2015) [-]
alright. thanks.
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#64 - myrtille (12/04/2015) [-]
I don't think they're embarrassed to ask for a disabled cat.
I think they're just asking what the best way to do it is.
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#65 - mothertrollbegood (12/04/2015) [-]
yea it'd just be asking them head on like you'd ask for any normal animal.
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#87 - satansferret (12/04/2015) [-]
Unless you're anything asian looking.
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#51 - amuzen (12/04/2015) [-]
Like this sounds super awful but if you're going to adopt a cat from a shelter why not try to get one you love? There's a pretty wide range of personalities on cats and it's not like they're saving any less cats by getting the one that they like. Is there something inheritly wrong with adopting a cat from a shelter and returning it soon after? Does it break their little kitty hearts to get so close to having a family and home only to lose it again? Do they seem sadder upon return than they did before?

Or in the event that they don't adopt a different cat after returning the first one then that's still better than them keeping a cat they don't want to take care of. I mean, you gotta love your pets and if you find the nature of their personality to be deplorable or the responsibilities that come with them to be to much isn't it better to just return them than to neglect them?
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#149 - mralice (12/04/2015) [-]
I worded it rather badly.

Yes, you should enjpy the cats personality. If you dont, you wont care for it as much.
My issue is more the fact that people adopt the cat before even trying to get to know what its like. Had they spent 30 minutes or so with the cat, theyd have a (i admit, only a small) idea of what the cat is like.

But a HUGE amount of adoptors dont do this. Most people pick a cat based on looks.

We dont allow same day adoptions anymore for this very reason, but it doesnt seem to have helped much.

We arent bothered by returning the cat because its a jerk. Its when they get returned because they were "window-shopped" and sent to a home before even meeting their new owner.
#32 - Funny part is how early they started to R34 it.... Theres …  [+] (5 new replies) 11/27/2015 on Leave me alone mom! +18
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#161 - strangesir (11/27/2015) [-]
OH GOD.
Dammit, seeing shit from anywhere between a year ago to 4 years ago fucks me up, because it doesn't feel like it's that old. Nice job barely cropping out the lewd parts, you tease.
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#38 - sketchysketchist (11/27/2015) [-]
Damn, furries are fucking crazy.

Shit like this makes me weary of making animated films about animals.
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#33 - tulimarito (11/27/2015) [-]
Two fucking years !1??

Can you confirm this? Not that I dont trust you, but I need saucy evidence.
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#37 - kibbleking (11/27/2015) [-]
I can confirm. I'm investigating furries for the weaboo investigators. One of my assignments was zootopia. There are copious amounts of porn.
#4213 - **mralice used "*roll picture*"** **mralice rolled image ** 11/10/2015 on Final Giveaway +1
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