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#193 - eu te amo 03/26/2016 on RIP Tay 0
#12 - that cat is going to puke on the dude's carpet instead, lo…  [+] (16 replies) 01/24/2016 on you're cute when you're angry +27
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#22 - yuichka (01/25/2016) [-]
The cat seems to like the person
Too bad if they would be alone and the cat wouldn't be in the cage, it wouldn't end well.

Or can big cats actually be nice to people and not hostile?
Any big cat experts here? Just interested, big cats are cute, but super dangerous i guess.
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#35 - sequel (01/25/2016) [-]
Never Turn Your Back on BIG CATS! I assume most friendly wild animals don't know their own strength, especially when playing. Or they just go by instinct which they use when playing or hunting.
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#28 - askafj (01/25/2016) [-]
They are like any other cat.

Except when this cat decides to scratch you, you wont just get a mark on your hand...

you'll fucking die
#39 - anon (01/25/2016) [-]
Ah, okay, red thumb and no reply. It's good that you know you were wrong, but too stubborn to admit it.
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#40 - askafj (01/25/2016) [-]
I didn't think there would be a point in replying as you are an anon.

I guess I didn't expect you to be sitting here refreshing the page like a loser.
#41 - anon (01/25/2016) [-]
Bookmarks, dumbass.
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#42 - askafj (01/25/2016) [-]
I'm sorry.

I guess I mean to say I didn't expect you to be sitting checking your bookmarks like a loser.
#43 - anon (01/25/2016) [-]
Ouch, that cuts deep. hurr durr wow I can't believe you'd put the effort in to click your alerts and keep replying to me hurr hurr what a loser. I'm sure you're devastated now. "Loser" is a particularly hurtful word, too.

I mean, I get that you're still too stubborn to admit you were wrong, and that you're just exhibiting this defense mechanism in an attempt to not look retarded. Sorry to say, but it's not working. You're right, though, in that you're no longer worth the bookmark. Bye, bye, you fucking retard.
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#44 - askafj (01/26/2016) [-]
I said they are like any other cat.

Which is true. They aren't 100% identical, but they are still like other cats.

So your point wasn't valid in the first place. I also explained to you why I didn't reply to your first comment.

I don't know what you got up your butt, lashing out at me like that.
#37 - anon (01/25/2016) [-]
You might as well read my comment below, too. It's quite surprising that as many as two people are ignorant about this rather basic thing.
#33 - anon (01/25/2016) [-]
Domesticated animals are not like wild animals.
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#34 - thechosentroll (01/25/2016) [-]
Only because they tend to be smaller and have spent their whole lives around humans.

And in some ways, domestic animals are worse. A tiger or lion would never hunt for fun, they can't be bothered. They'd rather spend the whole day chilling in the shade or in a river. A domestic cat will fucking murder everything that moves within a 2km radius of its' home. Since they were selectively bred to kill vermin, the ones we've got today are basically little psychopaths that murder everything for fun. The furry little bastards have driven more species to extinction than humans have.
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#38 - yuichka (01/25/2016) [-]
I swear to god one of my first accounts here on fj had a name like yours, or at least very very very similar...
Then i lost the account, hm
#36 - anon (01/25/2016) [-]
Domestication is the process of introducing a genetic difference into the animal. For animals kept as companions, this has meant subduing aggression and certain unwanted instincts. You should never make the mistake of thinking a wild animal can be treated and handled like a domesticated one. Many people have died and been severely injured for not realizing this. A merely tamed animal will never be as reliable as a domesticated one.

Did you not actually know that house cats and wild felines are very different in their behavior and psychology? No offense, but that seems like a strange thing to not know.
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#16 - thechosentroll (01/24/2016) [-]
I believe the technical term for that is "purring".
#30 - gravysponge (01/25/2016) [-]
Actually, it's called 'growling friendly-like'.
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