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#51 Kevin Greene

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 10:59 AM

I would love one of those...or a Savannah...

how old are they?? How expensive are they? how snuggly are they?? Can I come play with them??!??!!

OMG I WANNA HOLD ONE!



They are 2 and 3 years old. ~ $400
They are the most talkative cats, very funny. You pet them they let you know they appreciate it, or they think it's dinner time, they also let you know. We feed them a raw food mix once a day along with their kibble to keep their digestion right. When we first got "Jag" he had all kind of problems until I googled the issues (vet was worthless) and fixed him by feeding him raw turkey thigh.
They are very affectionate and when they get active they run around the house at top speed.
Jag says come on by whenever you like. :D

http://www.carolinah...70&d=1331567975

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#52 Hawk

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 11:08 AM

jesus Philly...maybe you could start by staying home once in a while!!!!!


as for bad ass cat...unless you are getting one of these or something similar...no such thing!

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 12:24 PM

Years ago we had a cat doing the exact same thing yours is doing and had his front claws removed. Make sure if you do it the car never goes outside because it has no way of defending itself.


not entirely true, my parents had my cat as an indoor cat when we lived in Florida, however once we moved to NC we were living in a apartment for awhile which didn't allow animals, ta da our cat was now an outside cat


We were initially worried about its defense, but turns out this thing kicked ass with just its back legs. Seriously it never got beat up, but some of the cats that it fought were pretty fuged up afterword.


that cat was a badass

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Posted 13 March 2012 - 08:11 AM

They are 2 and 3 years old. ~ $400
They are the most talkative cats, very funny. You pet them they let you know they appreciate it, or they think it's dinner time, they also let you know. We feed them a raw food mix once a day along with their kibble to keep their digestion right. When we first got "Jag" he had all kind of problems until I googled the issues (vet was worthless) and fixed him by feeding him raw turkey thigh.
They are very affectionate and when they get active they run around the house at top speed.
Jag says come on by whenever you like. :D

http://www.carolinah...70&d=1331567975


I'm really interested... When I was a kid, I used to have a Calico that would sit in the bird fountain and snipe birds out of mid air. I love a pet that puts in work. Do they tear up the furniture? Are they any more wild/agressive than a normal domestic?