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Post Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 5:20 pm 

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beyondthebreach wrote:
What's up with cats and Shrinkwrap/protective bags anyway? I have four cats ( quick plug of their names: Tristan, Zed, Frodo and Devine) and they love to chew on the stuff. I have to throw out about a dozen or more bags a week because they get riddled with teeth marks. :)

You just have to know how to handle cats.  My girlfriend and I have four of them. Two males and two females. For the most part they are very well behaved. They can actually be trained to a certain extent. You just need a squirt bottle and really good aim. :twisted:  But I do have one female that thinks she is "Queen Shit" and does whatever she wants to. When she is in the "game room", she likes to investigate every nook and cranny. If she tries to paw or chew on something, I just give her a look and point to the squirt bottle and she takes off like her tail was on fire.

"Cats, the other white meat."  8O You guys are just plain sick.  :wink:

How to "handle a cat"

1.  Carefully remove the skin.
2.  Tenderize with a mallet (using bare hands is more gratifying....step two while the cat is still animate can be even more gratifying... :twisted:  :wink: ).
3.  Roll in salt and paparika.
4.  Boil water one large pot of water.
5.  Add diced onions, whole garlic bulbs, chopped carrots, sliced celery, peeeled potatos, vinegar, red wine, and brown sugar to water and simmer for 5 minutes.
6.  Add craven feline to the mix and simmer for an additional 30 minutes (more or less to taste).
7.  Drain water.
8.  Baste with favorite sauce (I prefer a nice sweet and sour).
9.  Serve on a platter with a cherry tomato in mouth.
10.  Enjoy.
11. Oh yeah..if you still feel the need, you may spray with a water bottle.

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Post Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 5:50 pm 

Interesting turn that this thread has taken. CAT FOOD. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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Post Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 6:19 pm 

And no one has said anything about our favourite feline friend...

... the cougar ...


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Post Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 6:22 pm 

rosenkav wrote:And no one has said anything about our favourite feline friend...

... the cougar ...


harami2000 wrote:
Deadlord36 wrote:Cats. The other white meat.

Dunno about the smaller kitties but I'd recommend coug, personally; except for the Hampshire variety, of course. ;)

Ya think we'd miss out da concolorous feline? :P

(Even if we're not gonna make him "guest of honor" at the feast...).


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Post Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 6:23 pm 

rosenkav wrote:And no one has said anything about our favourite feline friend...... the cougar ...

It is a well known fact that wild Cougars make bad meals.
Domesticated animals (Yes, even kitty's) are not so tuff to chew and are quite juicy when roasted over a spit for the right amount of time.....

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