This man is clearly demented!

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This man is clearly demented!

Post by Countryma » Mon, 09 Nov 1998 04:00:00



Quote:

>Hello All,
>I am the proud companion to Milo (My girlfriend's choice of
>name........I wanted to call him Trevor), the puddy tat whose pic is
>attached.

>He is wonderful in all but one way...............

>He likes to use beds as toilets.

>He has no problem with using his litter tray, and does not "go"
>anywhere other than the tray or a bed.

>When this first happened, we had the feather quilt professionally
>cleaned, with the feathers removed and washed, as well as the cover
>washed, so ther would be no smell left, but he just went and did it
>again.  It is not just our bed, when we happen to leave the door open
>in the spare bedroom, he takes about thirty seconds to do his business
>on the spare bed as well. (both types of business.......he's not
>fussy).

>He is a Burmilla, about 7-8 months old, and has been de-sexed.

>If anyone can help me with suggestions, it would be greatly
>appreciated, as I like to let him sleep on the bed withme, but at the
>moment, he has had to be banished from bedrooms of any description.

>Thanks,

>Alan

You STUPID ignoramus! - how pathetic can you be!?.  A disgusting cat shits
all over your own BED! - and you refer to the loathsome vermin as 'puddy
tat'!.

You prove my point about the low mental ability of Cat 'lovers'!.

 
 
 

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Post by lyle gardine » Mon, 09 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Quote:


> >Hello All,
> >I am the proud companion to Milo (My girlfriend's choice of
> >name........I wanted to call him Trevor), the puddy tat whose pic is
> >attached.

> >He is wonderful in all but one way...............

> >He likes to use beds as toilets.

> >He has no problem with using his litter tray, and does not "go"
> >anywhere other than the tray or a bed.

> >When this first happened, we had the feather quilt professionally
> >cleaned, with the feathers removed and washed, as well as the cover
> >washed, so ther would be no smell left, but he just went and did it
> >again.  It is not just our bed, when we happen to leave the door open
> >in the spare bedroom, he takes about thirty seconds to do his business
> >on the spare bed as well. (both types of business.......he's not
> >fussy).

> >He is a Burmilla, about 7-8 months old, and has been de-sexed.

> >If anyone can help me with suggestions, it would be greatly
> >appreciated, as I like to let him sleep on the bed withme, but at the
> >moment, he has had to be banished from bedrooms of any description.

> >Thanks,

> >Alan

> You STUPID ignoramus! - how pathetic can you be!?.  A disgusting cat shits
> all over your own BED! - and you refer to the loathsome vermin as 'puddy
> tat'!.

> You prove my point about the low mental ability of Cat 'lovers'!.

Hi Alan,
   I had the same problem with my oldest cat <10yr old tortishell>, at the
time my spouce and I had nine cats, when we split up last summer, I took
three <all female>, since the move, I've had no problem.
   In her case she was only urinating  on the bed. I think your problem is
either stress or a medical problem. I suggest the first thing to do is
take Puddy Tat to the vet.

   As for Countryman, I suggest you too seek medical attention, in your
case a psychitrist!

Lyle

 
 
 

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Post by Cats Suc » Sun, 15 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Alan Stewart wrote in a message...

Quote:
>Hello All,
>I am the proud companion to Milo (My girlfriend's choice of
>name........I wanted to call him Trevor), the puddy tat whose pic is
>attached.

>He is wonderful in all but one way...............

>He likes to use beds as toilets.

>He has no problem with using his litter tray, and does not "go"
>anywhere other than the tray or a bed.

>When this first happened, we had the feather quilt professionally
>cleaned, with the feathers removed and washed, as well as the cover
>washed, so ther would be no smell left, but he just went and did it
>again.  It is not just our bed, when we happen to leave the door open
>in the spare bedroom, he takes about thirty seconds to do his business
>on the spare bed as well. (both types of business.......he's not
>fussy).

>He is a Burmilla, about 7-8 months old, and has been de-sexed.

>If anyone can help me with suggestions, it would be greatly
>appreciated, as I like to let him sleep on the bed withme, but at the
>moment, he has had to be banished from bedrooms of any description.

>Thanks,

>Alan

I suggest you grab the cat by the tail, swing it around and around in the
air, and then let go so it flies through a plate glass window, then after
that, shove a cork up its ass so the stupid little *** doesn't shit on your
bed. And when your done all that, get a brain.
 
 
 

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Post by Jac » Sun, 15 Nov 1998 04:00:00


If you don't like cats you tosspot then***off this
newsgroup !!!!!!
 
 
 

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Post by Heli » Sun, 15 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

>Alan Stewart wrote in a message...
>>Hello All,
>>I am the proud companion to Milo (My girlfriend's choice of
>>name........I wanted to call him Trevor), the puddy tat whose pic is
>>attached.

>>He is wonderful in all but one way...............

>>He likes to use beds as toilets.

>>He has no problem with using his litter tray, and does not "go"
>>anywhere other than the tray or a bed.

>>When this first happened, we had the feather quilt professionally
>>cleaned, with the feathers removed and washed, as well as the cover
>>washed, so ther would be no smell left, but he just went and did it
>>again.  It is not just our bed, when we happen to leave the door open
>>in the spare bedroom, he takes about thirty seconds to do his business
>>on the spare bed as well. (both types of business.......he's not
>>fussy).

>>He is a Burmilla, about 7-8 months old, and has been de-sexed.

>>If anyone can help me with suggestions, it would be greatly
>>appreciated, as I like to let him sleep on the bed withme, but at the
>>moment, he has had to be banished from bedrooms of any description.

>>Thanks,

>>Alan

>I suggest you grab the cat by the tail, swing it around and around in the
>air, and then let go so it flies through a plate glass window, then after
>that, shove a cork up its ass so the stupid little *** doesn't shit on
your
>bed. And when your done all that, get a brain.

I'm very much afraid that you're wasting your time C.S.!.  I t might be
quite obvious to you and I - and just about every other sane person on this
planet! - that to allow an animal to defecate in your bed is the most
disgusting thing imaginable!.  However, to these simpletons, who have
abandoned all self respect in favour of their precious cats, it is quite an
acceptable thing to happen!.

Yet it is these people who spit hate (rather in the manner of their
disgusting pets!) at ANYONE who points out that allowing any animal to
control your life to the extent that it fouls your own bed is a symptom of a
diseased mind.

These Cat 'Lovers'  are DERANGED!.

 
 
 

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Post by KitTe » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


:
:
:These Cat 'Lovers'  are DERANGED!.

Allow me to quote Barbara Pattist:

"The average ISP does not care if posts are offensive, crude, *** or
threatening. They do care if posts are on-topic and follow the charter
of the group. Using these groups to express one's hatred of cats is
definitely not on-topic. One is entitled to his opinion  but not
entitled to express it just anywhere in Usenet. Perhaps it would be
helpful to read the charter of this group. You will find it at
ftp://ftp.isc.org/pub/usenet/control/rec/rec.pets.cats.community

I quote, " provocative or hurtful messages [flames] are forbidden."

Please allow me to paraphrase Barbara...

Certainly a post describing people who enjoy the company of cats as deranged
can be called "hurtful" in anyone's lexicon.

Now allow me to quote another line from the rec.pets.cats.community charter.

"Cross-posting is discouraged. If you must cross-post, however,
care  must be taken to ensure that both content and form are
entirely appropriate to all groups posted to, and that
follow-ups are set accordingly."

A. I don't see how anything related to cats could be considered "on topic"
for the alt.talk.royalty or alt.gossip.royalty groups.

B. You said, and I quote, "These Cat 'Lovers'  are DERANGED!".  Under no
stretch of the imagination, could that statement's "content and form" be
considered "entirely appropriate" to news groups devoted to cats.

Sean

 
 
 

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Post by Enquir » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Quote:


>:
>:
>:These Cat 'Lovers'  are DERANGED!.

>Allow me to quote Barbara Pattist:

>"The average ISP does not care if posts are offensive, crude, *** or
>threatening. They do care if posts are on-topic and follow the charter
>of the group. Using these groups to express one's hatred of cats is
>definitely not on-topic. One is entitled to his opinion  but not
>entitled to express it just anywhere in Usenet. Perhaps it would be
>helpful to read the charter of this group. You will find it at
>ftp://ftp.isc.org/pub/usenet/control/rec/rec.pets.cats.community

>I quote, " provocative or hurtful messages [flames] are forbidden."

>Please allow me to paraphrase Barbara...

>Certainly a post describing people who enjoy the company of cats as
deranged
>can be called "hurtful" in anyone's lexicon.

>Now allow me to quote another line from the rec.pets.cats.community
charter.

>"Cross-posting is discouraged. If you must cross-post, however,
>care  must be taken to ensure that both content and form are
>entirely appropriate to all groups posted to, and that
>follow-ups are set accordingly."

>A. I don't see how anything related to cats could be considered "on topic"
>for the alt.talk.royalty or alt.gossip.royalty groups.

>B. You said, and I quote, "These Cat 'Lovers'  are DERANGED!".  Under no
>stretch of the imagination, could that statement's "content and form" be
>considered "entirely appropriate" to news groups devoted to cats.

>Sean

Dear Kitten - you will note that I have not contracted the Header for this
message as you obviously wished your original post to be circulated to as
wide an audience as possible (or YOU would have reduced them).

My own view - and possibly the view of the Majority of other sane human
beings, is that people who hold cats to be of greater worth than human
beings - and who delight in actually pretending to BE cats themselves! -
are, indeed, 'Deranged'.

I therefore do not see how ''helix' can be considered 'off topic' by stating
this obvious truth.

D Morris

 
 
 

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Post by brasstow » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


as long as i am posting this morning; i decided to also respond to this. i have
not followed the whole thread but--

this man's post is exactly why i prefer animals to people.

suzanne in wisconsin.

 
 
 

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Post by lisaviole » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> My own view - and possibly the view of the Majority of other sane human
> beings, is that people who hold cats to be of greater worth than human
> beings - and who delight in actually pretending to BE cats themselves! -
> are, indeed, 'Deranged'.

 What's curious is the immense popularity of the play "Cats".  I wonder
why?  I've never seen it, but I've heard it's about people pretending to
be *gasp* CATS!! Oh, heavens, somebody has made tons of money on
deranged people, it seems.

You have fun your way, we'll have fun ours.  You can play in your yard,
and we will play in ours.  If you don't like the way we play, you are
cordially invited to gather up your toys and climb back over the fence.
Or crawl under, which ever way is easiest for you.  

Quote:
> I therefore do not see how ''helix' can be considered 'off topic' by stating
> this obvious truth.

Quote from the group charter:
"..provocative or hurtful messages [flames] are forbidden."

Yes, maybe not OT, but it certainly could be considered a mite
*inflammatory*, don't you think? I'm sure we've all heard that old
saying "the truth hurts"?  Well, hurtful posts are against the charter
of this group, are they not? And it seems the intent of the name calling
was to be hurtful.

Personally, I don't understand why people enjoy getting attention by
being unpleasant and obnoxious, those people are the ones I think are in
more need of *professional help* than those of us who play in our own
sandbox.  We aren't trying to hurt others with *our* type of insanity.

But then, what do I know?  I think I'm a cat.

meow

Quote:
>^..^<

--
go to my website to get my real email address
   ****************************
visit the best little *** in ***space
<http://www.moonsgarden.com/>
 
 
 

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Post by Enquir » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

>as long as i am posting this morning; i decided to also respond to this. i
have
>not followed the whole thread but--

>this man's post is exactly why i prefer animals to people.

>suzanne in wisconsin.

You are, of course, entitled to your particular view - as I am entitled to
mine.

Dianne Morris (in Somerset)

 
 
 

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Post by V & H SIMMON » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00




Quote:


>>as long as i am posting this morning; i decided to also respond to this. i
>have
>>not followed the whole thread but--

>>this man's post is exactly why i prefer animals to people.

>>suzanne in wisconsin.

>You are, of course, entitled to your particular view - as I am entitled to
>mine.

>Dianne Morris (in Somerset)

Ooh Arr - so stay in alt.somerset.yokel

Where this post is appearing is in a lighthearted, newsgroup about cats.
You don't like it, don't read the posts.

Lighthearted posts about cats are *in charter* for this particular
lighthearted newsgroup about cats.

You want serious stuff not related to cats - go find another newsgroup to serve your purpose,
there's lots of them.

Cheers, helen S (not in Somerset)

N.B. According to the header shown in my post article - this should not appear in any NG other than
the appropriate cat group.

 
 
 

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Post by V & H SIMMON » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00




Quote:

>Dear Kitten - you will note that I have not contracted the Header for this
>message as you obviously wished your original post to be circulated to as
>wide an audience as possible (or YOU would have reduced them).

>My own view - and possibly the view of the Majority of other sane human
>beings, is that people who hold cats to be of greater worth than human
>beings - and who delight in actually pretending to BE cats themselves! -
>are, indeed, 'Deranged'.

>I therefore do not see how ''helix' can be considered 'off topic' by stating
>this obvious truth.

>D Morris

Dear D Morris -

According the header in my post article box, this should just appear in the appropriate NG where I
am reading your post. That one only - no other. Only r.p.c.c.

If you think someone who has a little innocent fun in a lighthearted way on a newsgroup where such
fun is entirely *in charter*, is demented, I personally couldn't give a fig. After all, it could be
worse - this could be a newsgroup encouraging***, ***, child abuse, various *** ***es,
religious bigotry, racism, etc., etc.. BUT it isn't. It's a bit of fun. Lord, let's face it, people
having fun! How DEMENTED!!!!

If you object to that particular innocent form of fun, I less than respectfully suggest you get
your most serious head out of your most serious rear end. Or is your life so miserable, you can't
bear to see someone else having a laugh at no-one else's expense?

Cheers, Helen S

 
 
 

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Post by Kate Ashle » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


You really should read the charter.  Kate

Quote:



> >:
> >:
> >:These Cat 'Lovers'  are DERANGED!.

> >Allow me to quote Barbara Pattist:

> >"The average ISP does not care if posts are offensive, crude, *** or
> >threatening. They do care if posts are on-topic and follow the charter
> >of the group. Using these groups to express one's hatred of cats is
> >definitely not on-topic. One is entitled to his opinion  but not
> >entitled to express it just anywhere in Usenet. Perhaps it would be
> >helpful to read the charter of this group. You will find it at
> >ftp://ftp.isc.org/pub/usenet/control/rec/rec.pets.cats.community

> >I quote, " provocative or hurtful messages [flames] are forbidden."

> >Please allow me to paraphrase Barbara...

> >Certainly a post describing people who enjoy the company of cats as
> deranged
> >can be called "hurtful" in anyone's lexicon.

> >Now allow me to quote another line from the rec.pets.cats.community
> charter.

> >"Cross-posting is discouraged. If you must cross-post, however,
> >care  must be taken to ensure that both content and form are
> >entirely appropriate to all groups posted to, and that
> >follow-ups are set accordingly."

> >A. I don't see how anything related to cats could be considered "on topic"
> >for the alt.talk.royalty or alt.gossip.royalty groups.

> >B. You said, and I quote, "These Cat 'Lovers'  are DERANGED!".  Under no
> >stretch of the imagination, could that statement's "content and form" be
> >considered "entirely appropriate" to news groups devoted to cats.

> >Sean

> Dear Kitten - you will note that I have not contracted the Header for this
> message as you obviously wished your original post to be circulated to as
> wide an audience as possible (or YOU would have reduced them).

> My own view - and possibly the view of the Majority of other sane human
> beings, is that people who hold cats to be of greater worth than human
> beings - and who delight in actually pretending to BE cats themselves! -
> are, indeed, 'Deranged'.

> I therefore do not see how ''helix' can be considered 'off topic' by stating
> this obvious truth.

> D Morris

--
Torturing one animal is cruelty.  Torturing many animals is science?

"The greatness of a nation and its m***progress can be judged by the way its
animals are treated."      Mahatma Gandhi

http://www.moonsgarden.com/~Furpods/shamrock.html

 
 
 

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Post by Kate Ashle » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


<Claude Carefulleeze bin here>

Quote:
> >You are, of course, entitled to your particular view - as I am entitled to
> >mine.

> >Dianne Morris (in Somerset)

> So what we saying here Helen; "Git yer Coates on an go!"?  ;D  Kate  <ub thiz iz juz an acider>

> Ooh Arr - so stay in alt.somerset.yokel

> Where this post is appearing is in a lighthearted, newsgroup about cats.
> You don't like it, don't read the posts.

> Lighthearted posts about cats are *in charter* for this particular
> lighthearted newsgroup about cats.

> You want serious stuff not related to cats - go find another newsgroup to serve your purpose,
> there's lots of them.

> Cheers, helen S (not in Somerset)

> N.B. According to the header shown in my post article - this should not appear in any NG other than
> the appropriate cat group.

--
Torturing one animal is cruelty.  Torturing many animals is science?

"The greatness of a nation and its m***progress can be judged by the way its animals are
treated."      Mahatma Gandhi

http://www.moonsgarden.com/~Furpods/shamrock.html

 
 
 

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Post by Mary Higgi » Mon, 16 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
>> >A. I don't see how anything related to cats could be considered "on topic"
>> >for the alt.talk.royalty or alt.gossip.royalty groups.

  If it is "on topic for Marlene, then it has to be "on topic" for
  Helix, seems to me.  To say it isn't is more censorship by the
  clique.  

Quote:
>> beings, is that people who hold cats to be of greater worth than human
>> beings - and who delight in actually pretending to BE cats themselves! -
>> are, indeed, 'Deranged'.

 Marlene thinks her husband is a king, and her cats royal. That is why
 she thinks discussion of them are "on topic".