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Did Demid Kill the Cat

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Yesterday morning, their time, after coming home from the party at Nelly's, D&D went to bed. Then, Demid sprang out of bed and chased down the cat. The cat tried to run but was cornered. It crouched and hissed. He grabbed it by the scuff of the neck and tried to stuff it into the book case. When that didn't work he opened the balcony door and threw it outside. 


Dasha got out bed, went out onto the balcony and came back in without the cat. Then, she put on a hoodie like she was going to go outside, but instead got back into bed. Demid proceeded to collect cleaning supplies and clean up what apparently made him mad in the first place.


Their apartment seems pretty high up. If that cat went off the edge, I couldn't have ended well.


Looking around the apartment 12 hours latter....no cat to be found.

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The number of lives cats have depends on where they are - there is a wikipedia article about it ;)  


throwing a cat isn't animal cruelty - they can manage quite a lot without getting hurt. It is far better than hitting them - and it works for telling them that they did something wrong (like shitting in the bedroom...) (I don't mean trowing them against the wall or off the balcony - but a drop of 1-2m isn't bad for a healthy cat)

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An animal will be always an animal no matter how much it is taught or how much love is given to it.


When one chooses to live with an animal its normal to expect animal things to happen around and lets face it guys pets aren't accountable for what bad might happen.

Pets never choose to go live with humans however the contrary is true. Therefore and despite pets are cute and sweet they are not ruled by freedom and responsability but instead by instincts and innate inteligence, perfect to live in their own habitat, lousy to live and belong to the humans social circle.


Harm an animal may be cruelty when without a reason as also it is to deprive an animal from its own habitat by forcing it to live sticked to us be it in a cage or enclosed in a house.

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