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Yes, why not?
15 43%
No, that's evil
20 57%
Voters: 35.
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#1
So I have an indoor cat, she doesn't really get a lot of "fun cat activities" like hunting mice or whatnot. I was thinking about finding or buying a small frog for her to fight, essentially. I know that people buy mice to feed their snakes, I was wondering what you thought about this idea. Morally? Entertainment value?
#2
That awkward potential moment when TS buys a frog for his cat but the cat doesn't give a shit so now TS is stuck with a frog.
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#7
My family has an indoor cat at home. One time my mom let him outside, and he caught a mouse and brought it into the house (while my mom was screaming). Anyways, he had become so domesticated that he just kept staring and pawing at it like he didn't know what to do.
#8
having an indoors cat is just ****ing with the cat seriously
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#9
I don't think it'd be much different from purposely squashing a frog yourself. First of all do cats even naturally eat frogs?

And idk, it's pretty much killing an animal for fun. I don't think anything's gonna eat it unless it needs to and you're starving it or something.
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#10
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having an indoors cat is just ****ing with the cat seriously

who caaaaaaares

It's there for the family's enjoyment, not to live the proud life of a heroic outdoors cat
#11
What's even the point of indoor cat? That's like having an outdoor toilet, or an indoor car.
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#12
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who caaaaaaares

It's there for the family's enjoyment, not to live the proud life of a heroic outdoors cat


might as well put a bullet in it then?

don't ****ing get a cat for your own amusement?
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#13
Indoor cats are for people who like to rob other things from a full and fun life.
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What's even the point of indoor cat? That's like having an outdoor toilet, or an indoor car.


Implying that an outdoor cat would have a functionality. Yeah...
#16
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might as well put a bullet in it then?

don't ****ing get a cat for your own amusement?

It's harder, though not impossible, to enjoy a dead cat.

And that's precisely why everyone ever has got a bloody cat
#17
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It's harder, though not impossible, to enjoy a dead cat.

And that's precisely why everyone ever has got a bloody cat


yeah, or any other pet. which is just absurd.
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#18
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Implying that an outdoor cat would have a functionality. Yeah...


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#19
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yeah, or any other pet. which is just absurd.

I don't know what you mean so I assume you agree with me now
#20
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I don't know what you mean so I assume you agree with me now


I find it absurd to even keep pets in the first place really...
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#22
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I find it absurd to even keep pets in the first place really...

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#23
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you must be a blast at parties

if you even get invited that is


i kno right m8

that's one bold statement you're making from the fact that I think that but okay.

You seem to be the kind of person I'd never like to party with anyway brah
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#25
well, if it were an outdoor cat, it would naturally catch and play with frogs, just toss it about etc until it dies, then it would get bored and just leave it, cats don't tend to eat frogs

it would be cruel though, imo, it's a bit different to buying a mouse etc as food for a snake, buying food is well ... buying food, to get a frog just for a few minutes isn't quite the same

get some string or something, jeez
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#30
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#32
I'd be neutral on this.

For the frog, it's cruel...just look into it's eyes for a second before you kill it
For the cat, it's fun...take a look in it's eyes when it sees the frog and then you'll know what to do bases on your instincts.

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#33
I personally don't have any interest in killing a frog.

And I'm not a fan of people having indoor pets, or pets in general.

But if you think killing a frog will grant your cat some semblance of a life worth living, then go for it. Otherwise you are only abusing your cat.
#34
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I'd be neutral on this.

For the frog, it's cruel...just look into it's eyes for a second before you kill it
For the cat, it's fun...take a look in it's eyes when it sees the frog and then you'll know what to do bases on your instincts.

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#35
Haha okay so if I do it, I'm a monster for letting my cat kill a frog. And if I don't, I'm a monster for even owning a cat.
#36
the issue is that you're making a deathclaw fight a little rat

if the cat does it on it's own initiative that's fine but if you're setting it up like some weird cage match then it's a little sick
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#37
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Haha okay so if I do it, I'm a monster for letting my cat kill a frog. And if I don't, I'm a monster for even owning a cat.

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#38
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the issue is that you're making a deathclaw fight a little rat

if the cat does it on it's own initiative that's fine but if you're setting it up like some weird cage match then it's a little sick


This. I mean, you're effectively a Nazi. You could just sit there and wait till the frog/Jew dies, but no, you decide to go out of your way to make sure the Jew/frog is killed in as sadistic a way as possible.

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#39
Would a Boa Constrictor be interested in a kitten?
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#40
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So I have an indoor cat, she doesn't really get a lot of "fun cat activities" like hunting mice or whatnot.

indoor cat

That's your problem. Of course the cat isn't going to have all the great hunting activities. He lives in a litter box, there's not much to hunt there.
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