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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by mikeyp, May 17, 2019.
What a way to go
The cat had some birth defects that made him look that way. He was also pretty small. Might be hard to find another one.
Only thing worse than a celebrity is a celebrity cat. Bye
Normally, you should wait till the posts in a thread are in double digits, before being that frosty, but you get a pass this time.
Full disclosure - I have (4) cats, so I don't hate them on principle.
a cat now gets one of these threads? i've said it before, i better get a "won't be down for breakfast" thread when i go, you bastards.
I loved that cat!!!
Rest in peace Tarder Sauce
At least they will fill your stomach if seasoned with some teriyaki.
Wait, Lassie died?!
Well, Albert hasn't netted us millions, but he keeps the rodent population under control.
And teaches Irish:
I didn't know he was deformed.
No I feel even worse that we laughed at him.
I'm not sure that reptiles (Sorry, Reptile) get them. I mean, snakes don't eat all that often, right? Too much chance for a false report. If, however, you change your screen name to some sort of a mammal, we'll be GTG.
Tardar Sauce was such an awesome cat ... RIP
She had feline dwarfism and an underbite which is why she had a permanent 'grumpy' facial appearance.
She. Check your pronoun privilege!
That makes no sense
You think this one was a celebrity?
Rhubarb (1951) - Cinema Cats
Back when I was a kid, I read in an old (even then) magazine, how Lloyd's of London had insured Rhubarb the Cat for $1,000,000.
Years later, recently, I got a copy of the movie. I've seen worse.
And, I just found out it inspired comic books, etc.
HEY! No picking on "that" Frosty.
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