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Support for cats with melons stuck on their heads

Postby Kinky » Tue 06 Oct 2009 6:11 pm

I hope to set up a charity for the support needed to be given to all cats around the world with melons stuck to their heads.
This charity would provide the funds needed for the life threatening surgey needed for this tragic turn of events. Also it would give the families of those cats valued phsyciatric support to help them through this tough time.

Please show your support and help me make a success of it!
Now you have all been put right, I'm going to go home and bask in my eternal superiority.
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Postby Doctor Dog » Tue 06 Oct 2009 7:51 pm

I've never been that keen on cats so I'll pass.
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Postby walkslow » Wed 07 Oct 2009 3:08 am

@kinky, eyes feline realy sad for you :lol:
IMAGINE!!!
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Postby Daft Old Duffer » Wed 07 Oct 2009 11:39 am

I'd like to help with this noble cause Walkslow.I really would.Many a time I've watched these poor handicapped creatures stumbling across my lawn,laughed at by starlings and bullied by crows.How on earth they ever manage to murder a bird or two I can't imagine.
But I'm afraid I'm fully occupied by protecting our dear little foxy-woxy friends - (how delightful they look in their courting plumage!) - from those nasty huntsmen and their dogs. Leaving them to roam free and tear the throats out of the cute gambolly lambs whenever they feel like it.As nature intends.
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Postby BigEars » Wed 07 Oct 2009 1:15 pm

DON'T CONTRIBUTE TO THIS SCAM CHARITY!!! (Oo-er, I've come over all WIGHTEDUCATE and shouty). Don't listen to her. That photo is a fake. That is quiet clearly a very small, possibly dwarf (and definitely ugly) cat with a lime on it's head. Clearly the cat has been purposefully used as a lemon squeezer. Small cats are very convenient for this purpose. As an aside, I find a hedgehog can be particularly efficaciously used to clean out the pithy innards of gourds.
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waste of this blog

Postby midnightgardener » Wed 07 Oct 2009 2:04 pm

what a waste of this blog you are qiurky,you have to try and spoil a brilliant section put aside for good causes.get a life. :x :evil: :!: :!:
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Postby BigEars » Wed 07 Oct 2009 2:13 pm

midnightgardener - really sorry I intruded on all your erudite inclusions with my irreverent postings. Looking forward to more of the passionate and inclusive support you provide to this blogging community.
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Postby BigEars » Wed 07 Oct 2009 2:23 pm

P.S. I forgot to add a pithy tag line. See below.

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Your R's is missing. ('Spread' is spelled with an 'R')
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Support For Cats

Postby Daft Old Duffer » Wed 07 Oct 2009 9:27 pm

Bit rude of you Bigears to tell Midnightg his Rs is missing.
He's probably just a bit skinny is all
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Postby Kinky » Sun 11 Oct 2009 1:36 pm

Thank you for you valued support people, this is a very noble charity indeed!
Now you have all been put right, I'm going to go home and bask in my eternal superiority.
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Postby PINKERTON » Sun 11 Oct 2009 2:46 pm

How about those poor felines who are buried in the white lines on main roads. And spare a thought for the council workers who have to feed them.
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