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File: e23cfe515e1e059⋯.png (11.02 MB, 3625x2449, 3625:2449, Catcropped.png)

File: 8c1113d963e37f6⋯.jpg (593.94 KB, 2304x1383, 768:461, Catsmallerfilesize.jpg)

 No.1125

ITT you post pictures of your cat(s)

 No.1129

Can I post pictures of my kitties who have passed away?

And this thread should probably be stickied.


 No.1131

>>1129

Ofcourse you can.


 No.1133

File: 8198ee0dec20837⋯.jpg (48.77 KB, 608x811, 608:811, cat.jpg)

File: dac561c4f5596aa⋯.jpg (330.04 KB, 1689x1777, 1689:1777, unnamed.jpg)


 No.1134

>>1133 (checked)

She looks so comfy in that basket


 No.1179

File: da11f2989bfab2d⋯.jpg (455.55 KB, 2400x1800, 4:3, futomomo.jpg)

futomomo


 No.1196

File: a1fd15862273259⋯.jpg (107.97 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, 21125785_1652212201497534_….jpg)

She passed away earlier this month. She was my best friend ever since I stole her.

I did submit an app for a nice bonded pair though!


 No.1242

File: 52cd54d7b54f125⋯.jpg (59.36 KB, 676x581, 676:581, 52cd54d7b54f1254ab24832253….jpg)

>>1196

>ever since I stole her


 No.1248

File: 246d22e156f92a4⋯.jpg (2.45 MB, 3264x2448, 4:3, reces.jpg)

I am unable to own a cat due to having a rabbit, but I love cats and I have been fostering kittens for over a month now.

most recent one that we sent away for adoption.


 No.1252

>>1179

>This ain't tuna.jpg


 No.1254

File: 8ac0df82e87f983⋯.jpg (2.04 MB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20170725_170901.jpg)

>>1196

Shit, that looks a lot like one of my cats. Nigger if you try to steal her I swear I will lock you in my bathroom and use you as my sex slave for the rest of your life.


 No.1265

File: a84dfcf854f9e2d⋯.jpg (453.71 KB, 1546x1160, 773:580, IMG_0052.JPG)

File: 86e232ef565d7d9⋯.jpg (745.9 KB, 1546x1160, 773:580, IMG_0070.JPG)

File: 91198e54bbaf2d6⋯.jpg (596.62 KB, 1546x1160, 773:580, IMG_0953.JPG)

Found as a kitten, near my place. He was infected with FVR but didn't fear my approach so I'm pretty certain he was born at someone's place and abandoned.

As you can see he's a strapping young lad. Meows like a kitten though.


 No.1266

File: c615115c5f3f7b0⋯.jpg (1.09 MB, 2576x1932, 4:3, 20170322_171337.jpg)

File: ebbd7209fb4b254⋯.jpg (1.1 MB, 2576x1932, 4:3, 20170322_171359.jpg)

File: f147d7dd4673786⋯.jpg (1.54 MB, 2576x1932, 4:3, 20170322_204804.jpg)

She may be white and fluffy, but she is certainly a nigger.


 No.1279

>>1265

He looks about the size of a kitten verging on adulthood to be honest. Has he grown his "sabers" yet?


 No.1286

File: 8749e22e0cfae6f⋯.png (988.76 KB, 985x675, 197:135, ClipboardImage.png)

>>1279

He's three years old now, though less than one in the first two pics I believe. His meow is still very high pitched, but as a kitten I straight up couldn't hear him, he must have had a literal ultrasound voice.

Otherwise he's healthy and affectionate, just a bit clumsy at times.


 No.1290

>>1286

Black cats usually are quite affectionate and loyal most of the time. My friend's black cat will follow me round their house and go for walks but doesn't like pets. He will however jump up in bed with you and sleep at your feet.


 No.1305

File: 7c666c7140084a0⋯.jpg (1.39 MB, 2592x1936, 162:121, IMG_0211.JPG)

File: c8cfb00ff5ffd2f⋯.jpg (1.79 MB, 2448x2448, 1:1, IMG_0390.JPG)

File: d100a569758f5b2⋯.jpg (1.67 MB, 2448x2448, 1:1, IMG_0388.JPG)

real кот

Siberian breed.


 No.1332

File: eb81b7ded52e2c1⋯.jpg (34.82 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 2016-12-19-002238.jpg)

>>1254

I have zero regrets. She was doin' awful when I got her and if given the chance I would do it again in a heartbeat.

Also Torties are amazing.


 No.1357

>>1332

do you mean she was abused or something like that? If she was neglected and it poorly affected her health her previous owner might not even miss her.


 No.1370

>>1305

where is your wall carpet? Suka


 No.1371

File: 2fa157e75d0483e⋯.jpg (3.48 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, IMG_20170924_194016.jpg)

File: 345017f818baa50⋯.jpg (3.77 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, IMG_20170924_194120.jpg)

>>1266

Thief! You stole my cat and turned him into a tranny?!


 No.1377

>>1305

It is amazing how cats can thrive in fucking siberia of all places. It's an ancient breed, too.


 No.1379

>>1357

Indoor, declawed cat being kept in an unheated garage in the middle of winter. I scooped her up, shoved her in my jacket and walked ten miles through the snow home. Took her months to warm up to me, but she came around and we were best friends for years.


 No.1383

File: 73818dc75bb5666⋯.jpg (240.99 KB, 960x720, 4:3, IMG_0018.JPG)

File: 317d34dfc16704e⋯.jpg (937.72 KB, 2592x1944, 4:3, IMG_20131114_132539.jpg)

File: 1473ea6996ff6ac⋯.jpg (484.49 KB, 2592x1944, 4:3, IMG_20131114_133522.jpg)

>tfw no pictures of cats older on my PC

The time they spent as kittens went by in a flash. I can't even remember much of what it was like when they were young.

And that makes me very sad.;_;


 No.1400

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>1377

The biggest mystery to me is the breed of the blini кот, because it's mixed race


 No.1420

>>1379

Good on you, anon.


 No.1422

File: e7c3eabd7829e59⋯.jpg (31.69 KB, 756x446, 378:223, p73NHhZ[1].jpg)

File: 44100031d1da3c4⋯.jpg (179.5 KB, 1447x1987, 1447:1987, jbboiQK[2].jpg)

He disappeared a few months ago but he'll always be my friend


 No.1435

File: c6fdbc48005ba15⋯.gif (2.23 MB, 350x310, 35:31, c6fdbc48005ba159d92e24c269….gif)

>>1422

>2017

>letting cats outdoors

I am sorry for the cat but not sorry for you


 No.1436

>>1435

>Not letting your cat hunt

>Stunting your cat's survival skills

>Using a litterbox

>Trapping your cat inside for all its life

What's wrong with you, Anon? My cat is just fine sleeping some nights outside with fucking cougars calling in the distance, and she's still going 10 years strong.


 No.1437

>>1436

You sound like my mother. She always had that "let their instincts run free, maan" attitude too. And I get it, it sounds reasonable until you consider

>The cats adapt to indoor environments well if properly socialized, only cats used to outdoors need the outdoors

>Safety

>By favoring your cats' wild nature you are wreaking absolute fucking havoc on the local wildlife

Seriously, the impact on birds is no joke. Cats are predators way too efficient for nature to handle a population of them aided by human presence.

Though if you don't feed her at all and she hunts by necessity, I guess that should mostly normalize her impact.


 No.1438

File: 12d916b7abb5c34⋯.jpg (1.84 MB, 2560x1440, 16:9, IMG_20160602_120645.jpg)

>>1436

>My cat is just fine sleeping some nights outside with fucking cougars calling in the distance, and she's still going 10 years strong.

Yeah, and one day she won't come back the next morning, or the morning after, or after a month. Then you will get to wonder how exactly did she die? Ran over by a car? Tortured to death by a nigger? Maybe she got mauled by a nigger, retreated somewhere dark and lonely and died wondering where the fuck was her owner when she needed him.

The keyword here is "cat", singular. I don't think single cats left alone all day locked in an apartment while the owner goes to work and has a life are particularly happy or active. So the obvious choice is to get a couple siblings or kittens same age when adopting, and they will never have a reason to go outside, since a cat friend is a toy they will never get bored of. They are perfectly fine hunting each other and my cumrags and their litterbox doesn't smell because they are fed raw and only shit their own hair. And let's not pretend stray cats live a fucking adventure every day of their life, they do what domestic cats do 99% of their time: sleep and lick their own ass. Most of the hunting is a seconds long affair, and you will achieve the same effect by throwing stuff around for them to catch. The only difference is while living indoors they won't get used in the making of a video called "Nigger kicking a cat to death and laughing afterwards #65656".

Pic related, those are my cats begging me to either let them out or kill them when they were still kittens.


 No.1439

nigger


 No.1443

>>1437

She's an indoor-outdoor cat. She sleeps inside about 50% of the time and is perfectly used to the environment. Also, I live in a somewhat rural area next to a wildlife reserve. Her impact is negligible. I can see your point if houses are tight-packed next to each other though. Let me pose you this question: What happens when your 10 year old cat who's never been outside before runs away? They don't come back.


 No.1444

>>1443

>What happens when your 10 year old cat who's never been outside before runs away? They don't come back.

You are talking out of your ass. First of all, the vast majority of indoor cats exposed to the outside will get scared and run back in right away. Second, the majority of cats that do escape return home, it may take hours, days or months but they do. Being curious about the outside doesn't mean they are unhappy indoors. Third, indoor cats have no idea how to orientate themselves outside with all the new stimuli and smells, not being able to find their way back home they normally just hide in a hole. The first advice you are given in lost indoor cat cases is to leave the litterbox outside your door so they hopefully catch the smell. Fourth, lost indoor cats are commonly found begging humans to adopt them, you can see many romantic "I didn't chose this cat, the cat chose me" stories on the internet, now you know the truth. I meet cats like this all the time in my area, the slightest attention you give them and they will freely follow you right into your home. Last and perhaps most important, maybe you should wonder who is more aware of the dangers and benefits of living outside, a human or a cat?


 No.1445

>>1444

Trips. I concede.

For the last part, the cat decides whether she wants to sleep in or out.


 No.1455

Here's an anecdote pertaining to my cat's experience in the outside, idk how it will relate to any current cat consensus

>cat goes 14 years content as she roams and climbs around

>even makes jovial acquaintance With neighbour black cat

>at age 15 she falls of roof and subsequently breaks her tooth,bleeds;almost gets mauled by some niggers and gets rescued by fire department

Now she is just more docile, still running around the house and garden but she can no longer climb the fence and roofs anymore. It gets depressing when her old spot is infringed by new cats.


 No.1461

I know this guy >>1265 has gone out a few times. I live on the ground floor but my balcony oversees a lower alley so there's maybe a 4-meter drop. My cat has jumped off and gone exploring on a few occasions. He would then meow into the dead of night so I could take him back.

First time it was three days and he went off for shorter periods every few months, but now it's been a good while since he's done this. He does seem to prefer the apartment.

Incidentally, last time he went away, he meowed not under the balcony but at the building's front door. While I have to applaud him for understanding this was the actual way back, I couldn't really hear him so that was one step forward, two steps back.


 No.1462

My cats never leave my backyard even though I'd let them if they want to. Maybe it's because there are a whole bunch of cats in my neighborhood including a super friendly neighborhood calico.


 No.1470

File: aa286eeaa6f77cf⋯.jpg (67.13 KB, 800x467, 800:467, webcam-toy-photo3.jpg)

>>1125

got a little cutie over here sleeping on the printer.

Her name is BB. I don't have any good pictures sadly.


 No.1471

>>1470

>sleeping on the printer

I was thinking of the wrong picture. God damn it.


 No.1491

File: 107e2649a562483⋯.jpg (1.14 MB, 2448x2448, 1:1, IMG_0237.JPG)

This is Neko, she got her name because I live in a family of smartasses


 No.1605

File: 5c97b376044bdc3⋯.jpeg (32 KB, 800x450, 16:9, received_225868784527102-….jpeg)

File: 78c41c989975ee6⋯.jpg (1.92 MB, 4160x2340, 16:9, 20170924_093122.jpg)

Furry one was a stray that was hanging around the neighbor's house, other one was adopted at a booth at a car show.


 No.1606

>>1491

>That look of hate


 No.1607

>>1605

Fluffy cats are nice.


 No.1614

>>1491

>>1606

I feel her pain, my family named me Shonen.


 No.1615

>>1196

>stole her

You nigger.


 No.1616

File: 1a6fe60822d3f7a⋯.jpg (226.91 KB, 1196x1600, 299:400, IMG_0376.JPG)

File: d22b70cf6b7fead⋯.jpg (1.67 MB, 2592x1936, 162:121, IMG_0189.JPG)


 No.1617

File: 620f0c8b99c2757⋯.jpg (345.67 KB, 1356x1250, 678:625, IMG_20171223_183601.jpg)

>>1605

Better pic of other one.


 No.1621

File: 340dc3da8a09f2b⋯.jpg (691.65 KB, 2560x1920, 4:3, P1050306_cleaned.cleaned.JPG)

File: aac4cf3b472e24e⋯.jpg (536.53 KB, 2560x1920, 4:3, P1050309_cleaned.cleaned.JPG)

Dead board? Fuck it, here's my cat.


 No.1623

File: e409c504fa5e8ad⋯.jpg (169.33 KB, 720x1280, 9:16, Snapchat-981377022.jpg)

Here is my baby boy Oswaldo


 No.1624

File: a1c0118abb65e3b⋯.jpeg (1.51 MB, 2300x3153, 2300:3153, 574115A5-B80C-4701-AB56-C….jpeg)


 No.1629

File: 61231d171e2ac84⋯.jpg (2 MB, 3264x2448, 4:3, Kitties.jpg)

Meet Lily and Daisy. They are so sweet!


 No.1635

>>1616

Norwegian forest cat? Long hair cats are the best.

>tfw have no cat

<but don't want one

>tfw no hamster, chinchilla, or rats


 No.1640

>>1635

Siberian, according to her documents she's "medium haired".


 No.1645

File: 9be21f9de061028⋯.jpg (1.67 MB, 2304x1728, 4:3, P1120736.JPG)

>>1621

that's one beautiful motherfucking cat. is he a nibelung?

picrelated is mine. i put her down two years ago. i feel like an asshole for mistreating her(she started yowling at night a year before, so I gave her pills and slapped sometimes) and not taking more pictures of her before her death. the latest were at least 4 month old.


 No.1647

>>1645

You should feel like a fucking asshole. If she's howling at night, there's a proper reason. Most likely frustrated that she couldn't be active the right way. Not by 'playing' on her own, but that YOU play with her. That you take the role of the prey. A cat needs to use the energy they store from sleeping. Their nature is to hunt many times during the day, and sleeping in between to restore energy.

Cats are most active at dusk and dawn.

You do not give a cat pills without your vets advice. And you never, NEVER, hit your cat. It's YOUR decision that the cat lives with you, NOT the cats. And if you can't stand a cats natural behavior, you should NOT own that cat anymore.


 No.1648

File: ba4d27e183e9c27⋯.jpg (2.78 MB, 2080x4160, 1:2, 1970-01-01 12.00.00 1.jpg)

File: 3df4d3e76734981⋯.jpg (4.83 MB, 4160x2080, 2:1, 1970-01-01 12.00.00 2.jpg)

He is 1 year old. He likes punching jars off the kitchen counter and watches me cleaning pieces of glass and the mess he makes.. He also slides the windows open at night . But still, he is a good cuddle buddy heheh




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