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Old 07-31-2008, 02:19 PM   #1
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Thats a huge *****.
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can't believe people cram that much **** down a cat's throat
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That cat weighs more than my 3.5 year old kid.
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We have a friend who has a cat about that same size. His name is Calvin...son of Chris Hobbs (my friend), so his full name is "Calvin And Hobbs".
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Cats usually feed themselves, the problem is that when they see it over eating they dont take the food away.
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man, i used to be a calvin and hobbs fanatic back in the junior high days...

but that cat is HUGE!! though not very surprising: so many of them are..all it takes is a lazy cat and a lonely old woman owner that feeds him 24/7
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I have never had a cat get that big, and I have a gravity feeder and fountain water bowl. I just have to add to it when it gets low. Some cats just like to eat, much like some people.
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