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 Posted: Fri Sep 3rd, 2010 11:01 pm
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tuna
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Sukkel met dieselfde probleem, my buurvrou het 5 katte, ek het n groot tuin(sy ook ) en sodra ek bedding regmaak en saadplant of dit nou groente of blomme is is my hande vol kat *****, is nou ook gatvol daarvoor
Het selfs troetel diere maar ek glo as jy diere het moet jy in beheer wees en charge vat
Is nou amper op die skiet staduim,,,,,

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 Posted: Tue Sep 7th, 2010 08:36 pm
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Myl100
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I don't have a cat, had some years ago. In general I don't have a problem with them (except if the catch the birds) but what I still don't get is why the have to jump on the bed with their tail lifted so high, then turn and give you some of the ring in your face as if to say "smell this"

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 Posted: Wed Sep 8th, 2010 06:58 am
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Marthin
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Cswhitehead wrote: Maybe marthin should explain to us how exactly one is supposed to keep a cat in your own yard? Maybe you should use a bit of common sense and you will realize why a cat owner is not required to keep their pet in their own yard and that its impossible to keep a cat in your own yard. But then again you a bulls supporter so you probably dont have and common sense so i will explain it to you. dogs bite people they dont know thus making them dangerous if they are not kept in ones own yard and to keep it in your own yard is easy all you need is a fence or wall. But a cat on the other hand does not attack people for no reason so it is not dangerous and its not possible to keep it contained to ones own yard. I hope somehow you find yourself on a golfcoarse and someone happens to drive a golf ball into your ribs then we will see how nice it is to shoot cats in the ribs.Your point is noted, but lay off on the personal remarks, that is uncalled for

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CS, if you look at the initial post here... the man has gone through a lot of trouble to put up places to attract birds to his yard.  So even if a cat cannot bite someone, it can most certainly destroy something beautiful that you have spent quite some time to set up... you don't just attract garden birds to your yard overnight.

Do you think it's fair that because his neighbour has a cat, he cannot have garden birds in his yard????

I think you need to think if it's fair that because YOU own a cat your neighbours must make piece with the fact that they will now at times also have a cat.

Your insults however i won't comment on, your lack of understanding that it is purely selfish to willfully own a pet that will trespass on another person's property AND do damage as you can see from some people gardening, and heaven forbid you have a 4 yearold and he wants a sandpit and your neighbours have cats!!!!

So as i said before, i don't want cats, i've never wanted cats, just like i don't want spiders, rats mice or snakes, and if any of the above enter my yard, it will most asuredly die a violent death...

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 Posted: Wed Sep 8th, 2010 07:10 am
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Bring them on!

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 Posted: Wed Sep 8th, 2010 07:19 am
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@koper, nice Boerboel man, I love those dogs. I have a young black lab, maybe 6 months old, she likes to bark at stuff randomly, but when someone comes to the house that she doesn't know, after the initial jumping and yapping(20 seconds worth), she end up sleeping at the strangers fee!!!

I don't think she'd be much good at warding a cat off....Specially if it's like the little tyrant in Mudcrabs pic!!!!!!!

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 Posted: Wed Sep 8th, 2010 11:54 am
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Umpa Lumpa
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Bring it on homesapians..................LOL

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 Posted: Wed Sep 8th, 2010 12:14 pm
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Marthin
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He loves a challenge.... the "enter at your own risk" sign goes for cats as well....

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 Posted: Wed Sep 8th, 2010 12:32 pm
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Why not get in touch with your local SPCA, they should have cat traps, maybe they will lend you one or maybe rent you one, then you can trap it and take it to them, sure the owners will get the point if they gotta keep paying to get the cat back, and if they leave it there, problem sorted anyway.

While I'm not a cat lover we got 2 at home at the moment, the missus found 2 kittens in the garden last summer just after a thunder storm, poor little buggers both had broken tails so we ended up adopting them. They have the run of the garden during the day but they sleep in the daughter's room at night, they can be tiolet trained just like dogs, don't leave the windows open as it would set off the alarm system.

Big ups to all with boerboels, beautiful dogs, had to put mine down as she got cancer and went blind, only 3 yrs at the time, gonna get some more as soon as we've finished building, don't want them getting used to too many strangers at home.

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 Posted: Fri Sep 10th, 2010 12:38 am
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i have boerboels and paintball markers you can borrow for the day bud no problem, we also had a cat problem, someone cat was cr**ping on our balcony, so i adopted a cat for my moms which turned out to be the most gangster cat ever she rules our home not my boerboels she even runs to the door when someone knocks to see whos there after that no other cats comes near our place. R120 buck adoption fee they snip and dip.  animal anti creulty league in epping industrial. 

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 Posted: Fri Sep 10th, 2010 07:07 am
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Those SPCA specials are quite the trick. We got our From stellenbosch. Took on most things with 4 legs and even some 2 legged creatures. (Mom's please dont let your baby pat the .MEOOW FFFTT FFTT.. oh hell)

To date i know of 2 dauschunds, 1 staffie and two toddlers. Unfortunately he met his match when he tried to take down a hilux.

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 Posted: Fri Sep 10th, 2010 07:39 am
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mielie
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ThefishinMagician wrote: Those SPCA specials are quite the trick. We got our From stellenbosch. Took on most things with 4 legs and even some 2 legged creatures. (Mom's please dont let your baby pat the .MEOOW FFFTT FFTT.. oh hell)

To date i know of 2 dauschunds, 1 staffie and two toddlers. Unfortunately he met his match when he tried to take down a hilux.

Propably a 4 month old or a 15 year old staffie hey......

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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 04:19 pm
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Nadat my katprobleme uitgesorteer is begin die voellewe weer terugkeer. Nou net n foto probeer neem maar my kamera is bietjie crappy vir dit

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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 11:38 pm
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Myl100
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Dis goeie nuus!! Mag ons weet hoe jy toe die ou probleempie hanteer het?

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 Posted: Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 03:15 am
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zulu-X-treme
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These are real 'killas', Staffie cross Pit-Bull...







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 Posted: Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 09:56 am
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zulu-X-treme wrote: I had a similiar problem with cats and eventually got some sound advice. Fit one of those Gardena spray nozzles to your hose pipe and the next time you see the cat, set the nozzle to it's maximum and zap the cat, it'll never ever come back... lol.

It's painless but highly effective. Or as 'Upcoming Star' said, you could always use it for live bait... lol.

The thing about cats is that the more pain they experience the less they actually feel. Their bodies secrete a chemical that numbs out the pain. I know this because a buddy of mine caught this cat that had been sneaking into his house and leaking on his mocrowave and after purchasing the 4th microwave, he'd just had enough. Nevertheless he unscrewed the broom stick handle and well I won't get into the gorry details but he's 170kg's of 'boer seun' and it wasn't pretty. Cats don't die easily.

Longe story short i had a pit mixed with a staffie on our farm in pretoria that we got with the farm! Any way one day a house cat appears out of no where and this dog starts going mad and eventually jumps over hes kennel fence so now i think this dog is after the workers and runs right past the workers and gets the cat right in the middle of it body(broke its back) felt really bad for the cat so my dad letts of a shot and the dog runs back to hes kennle  well basically two shots to the head and this blady cat still lifted its head the third shot and it was done! Really bad as i dont mind cats but if it could of been saved we would of taken it to the vet!

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 Posted: Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 10:00 am
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Myl100 wrote:
Dis goeie nuus!! Mag ons weet hoe jy toe die ou probleempie hanteer het?


.22 - tussen die oe

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 Posted: Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 10:33 am
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I have owned Pitt-Bulls and Staffies and both species do not allow much room for forgiveness when it comes to cats...

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 Posted: Sat Oct 23rd, 2010 03:58 pm
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adam5016 wrote: Myl100 wrote:
Dis goeie nuus!! Mag ons weet hoe jy toe die ou probleempie hanteer het?


.22 - tussen die oe
Hmmmm en die ander 8 lewens?

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 Posted: Sat Oct 23rd, 2010 05:29 pm
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Myl100 wrote:
adam5016 wrote: Myl100 wrote:
Dis goeie nuus!! Mag ons weet hoe jy toe die ou probleempie hanteer het?


.22 - tussen die oe
Hmmmm en die ander 8 lewens?


spot net. crackers en kru taal het goed genoeg gewerk. nog nie weer die kat in n week gesien nie.

dink hy kry sulke "vietnam flashbacks" van die bomskok!

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 Posted: Mon Nov 8th, 2010 09:20 am
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