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When one of my cats was younger and a lot fatter, he came bowling in from the garden with an almighty crash. Looking slightly stunned, he'd arrived into the kitchen having ripped the cat flap from the door and was still wearing it as a cat-tutu. Did I mention he was quite fat?

In honour of Jake, a well loved cat, who died on Wednesday, tell us your pet stories and cheer us up.

(, Fri 8 Jun 2007, 9:15)
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Another dog story
The popular image of Dalmatians, thanks to Walt Disney, is of cute, gentle and lovable animals. I now know this to be a lie having met a pair that belong to some family friends - they're generally quite narky, and though neither has bitten me I can only assume it's a matter of time, given all the growling that goes on.

Anyway I've heard a couple of gruesome, yet quite amusing stories about Dotty and Dick...

Viv, the owner, sometimes takes the dogs to the local common for walks, which (this being Wimbledon) contain an unfeasible number of young mums and their associated sprogs. One of the ravenous animals escaped and immediately went to find something to kill, which luckily was a rabbit rather than a child.

Nonetheless the rabbit that Dotty had caught was making a squealing noise, and children in the vicinity started to cry at the sight of the mauling. This was clearly unacceptable, so Viv went (risking her own limbs) to grab the mewling creature from the baying animal's jaws - but at the prospect of having its plaything taken away, Dotty put her head back and simply swallowed the rabbit whole. I suspect the children were scarred for life.

The second evidence to lack of cuteness in these animals was that the other one, Dick, killed a stag in their garden by ripping its throat out. A fucking STAG! jesus
(, Mon 11 Jun 2007, 21:04, Reply)

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