|cognitivedissonance - 2018-06-30 |
Finger would not come out of my cat's mouth. He's a savage.
|BHWW - 2018-06-30 |
All this does is give them a taste for human meat.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-06-30 |
Cat bites are relatively rare (as cats mainly attack with their claws) But they can be very serious. Cus the cats teeth are long and slender, the wound will look trivial, but is actually very deep and gets really bad bacteria deep under your skin.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
I got bit by a cat about four months ago. My hand swelled up, I couldn't move my fingers, and I went to the emergency room. Doctor says to me, "Was this cat an identifiable breed?" and I said "Yeah, it was a Siamese." Doctor goes "Alright, I won't give you rabies shots, there hasn't been a cat with rabies locally in 70 years." She pumped me full of antibiotics and sent me on my way.
I spent the next two months terrified of being infected with rabies and being the first guy in 70 years to get it. I was on the phone with my insurance company, asking if this was standard practice, I was getting second opinions, I was fuh-reaking out. Eventually another doctor just sits me down and goes "Look, if you had rabies you wouldn't be forming sentences at this point."
I settled down, but sure enough, at the end of three months, some rando had died of rabies a few miles away.
My cat bits alot, actually more than she uses her claws. She mostly grabs with her paws and trys to kill my arm/hand with the bite.
|Anaxagoras - 2018-06-30 |
karma in action.
This is the most quintessentially cat-like way to annoy cats.
"Does this annoy you? How about this? This?"
Funny thing is my cats name is Karma
|Binro the Heretic - 2018-06-30 |
I hope when they have their mouth wide open for a yawn, the cat sneezes in it.
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