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All cats should be declawed

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Cats have now overtaken the dog as the most popular pet in the UK. They are responsible for killing up to 150,000 animals a year in the UK.

How can cat owners describe themselves as animal lovers? Declawing all the cats would not only save the furniture but also help increase our garden bird population. They can have the claws out at the same time as they get the snip. It would also be hugely entertaining watching them fall out of trees (shit they always land on their feet anyway)

The magpie gets a really bad rap because it raids nests and kills chicks. Whilst cats simply kill the parent leaving it’s brood of chicks to starve to death, but in some twisted irony cats are considered cute.

Whilst I have a grudging respect for any animal that can turn humans into slaves…what really pisses me off is when some tree hugging vegan life time member of the RSPCA starts bleating on about how their pussy is the sweetest, cutest, adorable animal ever. No it isn’t, it is a heartless, fickle, sadistic, yowling bag of fur and claws.


Written by Dontthinktwice

February 17, 2009 at 5:41 pm

Posted in free speech, rants

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  1. What we need is to create a new fluffy pet predator that specifically kills cats.

    Lets face it, dogs only chase cats, and aren’t very good predators.

    A cross between a bunny, a dog, and a cat would be ideal. It would feed on cats, helping out the birds naturally.

    And any cat lovers can’t complain, because it’s just part of nature.


    February 17, 2009 at 8:32 pm

  2. Rex

    I like your thinking…a new breed to restore the balance….how about a supersized stoat

    Don't think twice

    February 17, 2009 at 8:58 pm

  3. If we use genetic modification, we can also make it grow longer hair perfect for making cloth…

    Rex the test infinite

    February 18, 2009 at 11:06 am

  4. At last – a real benefit from genetic modification with no health risk to humans, and a cuddly companion into the bargain with an after-life purpose. Brilliant thinking Rex.


    February 19, 2009 at 3:49 pm

  5. Release the dogs…!


    February 19, 2009 at 11:47 pm

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