Why cats are better than men

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    Trellum Well-Known Member

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    Here I am again with another humoristic post, so please men of the forum don't take this too seriously ;) This is mean to be humoristic :D

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    Susan Brown Well-Known Member

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    lol I love this post. Thanks for the laugh. I am going to save this and post it on my FB page. Too cute.
     
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    Trellum Well-Known Member

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    Hahaha, I was laughing at the mother part because it is so true... we often have to pretend to like their mothers, fortunately I never really got to know my exes moms that well!
     
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    I’m the on that will be seeing the doctor after my sister and caretaker find out about my new companion.LOL. Especially when they see that she is a Maine coon cat. I’ve already cut a piece of deep pile carpet for the top of the cupboards and fridg. The cat cave should be here Friday not sure about the new cat tree. And stainless steel cat litter box. I spaced the costs out over a couple weeks between the pet transport and adoption so the bank account wouldn’t see major lumps. And you think cats are sneaky. Dogs cost a lot too especially going to training centers. Ironically there is a cat training center near me too. We may not be regulars there but I’m sure I can train my new friend. I’m already learningcat language. It’s very similar to dog language I just don’t have to endure the human physical rough training . . Military DI type. This way or else. I’ve already tried some on my son’s Maine coon. He responds some but still puts and growls when I brush him.

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    I just saw another amazing thing on the internet. Now since the humid robots are so intelligent, what if they learn pet training. Especially things like clicker that depend on exact timing and extreme patience. You no longer will have to go to training classes except for socializing. The robots will be able to exactly duplicate sounds eye contact and adapt to your pet. Add a little catnip to the fingers and adaptive learning and the cat will teach the robot what we try to learn. You just say go train Sara(my cat) and in a few days it’s a done deal. Depending on the cat. The robot will detect virtually every thing important to the cat then instruct you. This would have made K9 training so much easier…. Not as much fun but more successful. It said that within 5 years humanoid robots could be as common as cars. You won’t have to worry about driving the robot will handle the car better than you from the start.

    the Netflix series Better than us is a good start on humanoid relations. No more house cleaning or litter box cleaning.
    just say take the cat out for a walk. Done deal. They are saying these will be a boon for us older generation people. They may be able to purr but it won’t be the same as having a real cat or dog curl up with you.

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