Cat blankets.

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by John Backlund, Feb 26, 2020.

  1. stormsedge

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    I now enjoy pets (mostly) vicariously through my kids and their families. I go over and walk Max (big golden doodle) about four times a week---PetAS treatment...seems to be working. No fur, hair, poo, pee, or muddy footprints...((sigh)) I'm missing out.
     
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    Making blankets out of cats is wrong ! And...

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    Big Orange Cat in previous photo (long haired one...) is almost 20 lbs.....we think he has some Main Coon in him....he makes normal 12 lb cats seem small.
    He's a F#$#@'in brute..... he is neither nimble or stealthy....way more "dog" than cat.

     
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    ...and then there is the yard cat......not friendly at all !

    NOT a good cat blanket.....

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    My little buddy turns into a heat vampire around October 1st, and even when it warms up in the spring he still likes to use me for cat furniture...
     
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    My lynx point Siamese just chilling in the blanket. No, this is not Glamour Shots :rolleyes:



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    My big boy used to lay like that right on my chest. Miss him a lot. He pretty much died right there years ago. :cry:
     
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    My cat is almost always lying beside me, but never on me.

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    The reason cats love to lie on you or close to you is simple. They are cold. The house cat's "comfort" temperature range is between 85 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit. 15 to 20 degrees higher than we usually keep our houses.
     
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    All 16 lbs of big baby kitty...ugh!!! 20200226_191226.jpg
     
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    Back around Christmas.... they have since grown considerably!

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    Yes, they also wouldn’t lie on us if they didn’t trust us! Heck some cats won’t lie next to random folks.

    My cat would run up to me to hug me..!
     
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    When we had (way too many) cats, I ranked them by what kind of gloves they would make. One day, a vet was having trouble getting the hypo to go through my big orange cat's skin. I mentioned to her that he was classified as "work gloves." She did not share my sense of humour.


    Some cats are just posers. Literally.

    Maybe, but when we went to pick up Maisie from the kennel after our week in the sun, she refused to come in from the outdoor part of her run. It was maybe 6 or 7 C outside, and she wanted no part of the indoors.
     
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    Our two cats would never lay together for warmth as they each want the other to leave and never come back.

    Our 7 lb Laperm loves the sun more than anything

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    “Cat blankets”... you mean dirt?
     
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    Yep, I'm in...

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  20. Dan German

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    Yeah, mine too:

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