[Vaillant 3.0] Saturday, March 14, 2009 2:58:10 PM
That's because cat lovers like myself tend to look over those flaws. I only had one indoor cat out of the many strays I used to feed. His name was "kirito" and man, did my mom hate him. I heard her complain about him and the fur he left on her work clothes everyday. Me? I loved him to death. It's a real shame as he escaped from the house one day and didn't come back, but he did hang out around the house several times (he never went inside even when I coaxed him) . I hope he's okay. [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by spapad from Saturday, March 14, 2009 2:35:50 PM)
Well, obviously I have never owned one due to the allergy problem but cat fans have told me they are great. I shall have to rethink that now?!
Vaillant 3.0 wrote:
That's true, but cats do tend to leave fur wherever they rest. Cooler would have to keep a lint roller ready, since cats tend to sleep on clothing, sheets, etc. Then he'll have to deal with a cat's territory "marks", which don't smell particularly nice. Then there's the clawing on the furniture thing. As much as I love cats, they do have their setbacks.
At cat would work out for you cooler. I'm allergic to them, so I don't have one, but they are fairly low maintenance. Keep the litter box clean and feed them when they ask and they are very content, afterall they decide when they want attension for the most part. Very independent animals.
As much I would like to have a pet... I love animals way too much to get one as pet.
The reason? I'm not sure I could take care well ENOUGH for one.
Please, don't ask me anything aboud so called purebreeds etc.!
Natural breeding for a pratical purpose is not so wrong as... oh, well.
Oh, I tend to get carried away sometimes. Ok... usually...
Still... I would r e a l l y like to have a pet... but the need of any such animal is more important to me than my... well... likes.
Edit: Dang typos... Edited at: Saturday, March 14, 2009 12:51:01 AM