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Thread: Watermelon Cat

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    Super Member butterflywing's Avatar
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    i hope this works

    nope http://www.dailyhaha.com/_vids/watermelon_cat.htm


    we're doing it this way.

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    That was too cure. My Yeti cat was impressed!
    I wonder if my cats would like that? They do like to get special attention!

    Yeti cat watching the Watermelon eating cat!
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    That was wild. My cats have never shown any interest in watermelon, but I guess I never offered them any.

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    yeti cat is too funny.

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    I can't believe that cat was eating the rind too LMBO

    Yeti sure is enjoying that...wonder what will happen the next time YOU have watermelon??? LOL

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    i wonder how far he can spit the seeds?

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    We used to have a cat that loved cantelope. And another who went crazy for olives (preferred green but would also go for black).

    My grandmother had a dalmation who ate watermelon, rind and all.

    With our last baby, I'm really trying to only feed him cat food. I don't want him to get into any more bad habits than he already has... Hate begging animals at tables. He's so goofy that at Thanksgiving, I decided to be generous and cook the liver as I wasn't using it (cats are supposed to like liver, yes?). Did you know you can't cook liver in the microwave, even on low power?

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    Loved watching it. Thanks for sharing. My male cat loves strawberries and his sister loves black olives. We sure spoil our babies..but they are lovies for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    Our dogs always ate watermelon rinds, but then they ate egg shells too. I never could see how a German Shepherd could enjoy egg shells. Must be some mineral he needed.
    nobody needs mineral es

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    i wonder how far he can spit the seeds?
    he eats the seeds. he spits the watermelon.

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