RAWR

He’s back under the deck where he likes to spend his afternoons. We’ll see how pissed he is later.






50 replies
  1. 1
    geg6 says:

    I hope you picked up some nice sushi grade tuna on your way home.

  2. 2
    David Hunt says:

    Feed him when he comes in and by bedtime, he’ll have decided to let you live another day. So…everything back to normal.

  3. 3
    Salty Sam says:

    He don’t look too happy about life right now.

  4. 4
    Anonymous at Work says:

    Hopefully he won’t give you the full Nick Fury treatment, no matter how much he looks it….

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    cain says:

    Caged beast is pissed.

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    dr. bloor says:

    Somewhere between “Hack up a fur ball in your slippers” and “Flay you alive.”

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    Martin says:

    Well, it’s getting clearer and clearer:

    And what of eggs fertilized in labs? If abortions are outlawed in cases of “known” pregnancy — as early as a fertilized egg, according to Chambliss — should fertilized eggs that have yet to be transferred to a woman’s uterus have legal protections?

    The Republican state senator revealed his real argument: The bill does not address all potential children, but rather women’s bodies.

    “The egg in the lab doesn’t apply,” Chambliss said. “It’s not in a woman. She’s not pregnant.”

    So life doesn’t start at conception after all. It has nothing to do with the embryo/fetus in any way. It’s entirely about controlling women. I mean, none of that is terribly surprising, but it is nice to see the lawmakers finally let it slip.

    I’d suggest boycotting Alabama businesses, but there’s almost no consumer facing companies there. Ironically, the two that I could find: Mercedes Benz North America, and Saks Fifth Avenue. I wonder how many liberals realize that?

  8. 8

    Excellent picture! I mean that.

    All these Steve stories make me realize how much of a sweetheart Samwise must be. (He’s my first cat, so I don’t have good context!)

  9. 9

    @Martin: In other reproductive policy news,

    Last summer, the State Department issued new rules unilaterally changing the department’s interpretation of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), a 1952 law that, along with the 14th Amendment, codifies eligibility for U.S. birthright citizenship.

    “The U.S. Department of State interprets the INA to mean that a child born abroad must be biologically related to a U.S. citizen parent,” the State Department’s website says. “Even if local law recognizes a surrogacy agreement and finds that U.S. parents are the legal parents of a child conceived and born abroad… if the child does not have a biological connection to a U.S. citizen parent, the child will not be a U.S. citizen at birth.”

    For some strange reason, this only seems to apply to LGBT couples who use surrogates.

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    Rick Smeltzer says:

    I had my Maine Coon get the lion cut. I figured he would have to be sedated. He ended up loving it! He strutted around like he was the cat’s meow lol

  11. 11

    Thoughts and prayers, buddy.

  12. 12
    Aleta says:

    @geg6: Good idea. Works wonders on mood.

  13. 13

    Don’t mess with the kitteh! RAWR

  14. 14

    @schrodingers_cat(HectoringBully): I feel like there’s a story behind this new nym…..

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    BretH says:

    Hopefully the groomer wasn’t turned into nice grade sushi tuna in the process.

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    cmorenc says:

    @JohnCole:
    You best sleep with one eye open tonight. I doubt Lilly is going to be able to protect you.

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    rikyrah says:

    @Martin:
    Yep…revealed the real motive😒😒

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    Barbara says:

    @Major Major Major Major: I bet you could write most of that story without getting any further details about the specifics. Sometimes you just have wear insults like a badge. Sometimes I feel like commissioning t-shirts that say, “Yes, I know, I talk too much.”

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    rikyrah says:

    Oh, Cole.
    Steve looks pissed😲😲
    But, if fed, he will forgive you, eventually😌

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    catclub says:

    @Major Major Major Major:

    Excellent picture! I mean that.

    It reminded me of when Clarice meets Hannibal the cannibal in his cage.

  21. 21
    catclub says:

    @Rick Smeltzer:

    He strutted around like he was the cat’s meow

    because he was.

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    trollhattan says:

    The best people.

    A federal firearms dealer in Northern California was charged Tuesday with mail fraud, identity theft and illegal gun sales in an alleged scam that used the stolen names of law enforcement officers to help sell prohibited weapons to members of the public.

    Joseph John Deaser IV, who had federal firearms licenses for companies such as Capital Gun Glub and Anarchy Armory on Opportunity Drive in Roseville, was charged in an information filed in federal court in Sacramento with using the names of his own law enforcement customers to sell about 50 new handguns to non-law enforcement buyers in violation of state gun laws.

    “The purpose of the scheme was to obtain new non-roster handguns using the identities of sworn peace officers that Deaser would subsequently sell to individuals who were not sworn peace officers, and who were, therefore, prohibited by California law from purchasing new non-roster handguns directly from an FFL,” the charging document states. Deaser could not be reached for comment Tuesday, and the number for his businesses was not working, but a court filing Wednesday indicated Deaser is scheduled to be arraigned May 30 before U.S. District Judge Troy L. Nunley. The filing also states that he is to appear for a waiver of indictment and a change of plea hearing.

    Deaser faces 10 counts – two alleging mail fraud, one charging aggravated identity theft, six charging he made false entries as a federal firearms license dealer and one alleging illegal sale by a licensed firearms dealer – and could face up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

  23. 23

    @Major Major Major Major: Of course there is a story. Its being discussed in the last thread.

  24. 24
    gammyjill says:

    He’s gorgeous…though furious.

  25. 25
    mrmoshpotato says:

    @rikyrah: “Guys, it’s just so fucking obvious. Let’s just say it out loud.”

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    Sab says:

    We have a Maine coon cat. They have hot tempers but they can’t hold a grudge. Our Maine coon is a complete asshole to the other cats, but he loves his humans.

    I had my usual fight with him today at breakfast and then again at lunch. I came in intending to sit in my chair, but he was lounging there. Usually I just pretend I am going to sit down anyway and he moves. Today he was actually sound asleep so I tried to move him to a better place. He woke up hissing and spitting.

    I yelled, he hissed and spat from the coffee table. About five minutes later I let him sniff my hand and then he let me scratch his head. I went back to my room and he went back to sleep on my chair.

    My mixed siamese semi-ferals would have been in peace talks for weeks after today, but on the other hand they wouldn’t have escalated tensions to such a level so quickly.

  27. 27
    MazeDancer says:

    You really, really, really want to watch this video of an Alaskan Sled Dog looking husky teaching her babies to howl.

    Laughed and watched over and over until my cats protested.

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    piratedan says:

    so if a pregnant woman kills a person or does a crime, does the fetus get charged as an accessory?

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    catclub says:

    @Martin:

    The Republican state senator revealed his real argument: The bill does not address all potential children, but rather women’s bodies.

    “The egg in the lab doesn’t apply,” Chambliss said. “It’s not in a woman. She’s not pregnant.

    I bet he just thought of that, but that his off the cuff interpretation is not in the text of the bill.

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    MattF says:

    @piratedan: Was it driving the getaway car?

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    catclub says:

    @piratedan:

    does the fetus get charged as an accessory?

    That depends. Is the fetus black? They mature early.

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    Wallis Lane says:

    Shorn and surly on the backyard deck.
    Kill my owner, kill my owner
    Rosie barking – She don’t bite
    Kill my owner, kill my owner.
    Jump on the fat man,
    scratch his neck!
    Then his couch
    I start to wreck!
    Got no reason —
    What the heck!
    Kill my owner, kill my owner
    C-I-L-L …
    My ow- ner

  34. 34
    MomSense says:

    @schrodingers_cat(HectoringBully):

    Don’t sweat it. I was called worse during The Drone Wars and because I never fell for Assnowaldleaks.

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    TenguPhule says:

    @Martin:

    “The egg in the lab doesn’t apply,” Chambliss said. “It’s not in a woman. She’s not pregnant.”

    Brood mares. //

    SMH.

  36. 36
    rikyrah says:

    Watching LarryO from last night.
    The NRA is paying a law firm
    ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS A DAY???
    DA PHUQ?!?😲😲

  37. 37
    Sab says:

    @Rick Smeltzer: Our Maine coon is leaving clumps of fur everywhere, on chairs, in the bathroom sink, on the kitchen counter, on every patch of rug or carpet everywhere in the house. Would shearing help his disposition? Haircuts certainly help mine.

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    Cacti says:

    @TenguPhule:

    Women with the legal status of incubators. That’s always been the goal.

    The “venerable” Antonin Scalia himself said that women weren’t persons under the 14th Amendment.

  39. 39
    Sab says:

    @Cacti: They don’t even want us as incubators. White evangelical males hate women. That’s why they want to capture us so young. Turn us into frightened housepets. If they wait until the age of consent they are too late.

  40. 40
    Sab says:

    @Sab: My haircuts help my disposition. Not sure what cat’s haircuts do to his. Probably not good for the short term.

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    Martin says:

    @trollhattan: Hey, at least the state laws are working well enough for this kind of action to take place. In almost any other state they’d meet up in the Walmart parking lot and legally do the deal.

  42. 42
    rikyrah says:

    @Major Major Major Major:
    So obvious.
    So obvious😠😠

  43. 43

    It’s obvious Cole wasn’t in the Navy. Two words: Steel wool.

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    LuciaMia says:

    What did the groomer say? Not too much blood loss?

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    rikyrah says:

    I don’t think Steve can relate to Maru, who was also shampooed today 😊😊

    https://youtu.be/C2arAhDwIQs

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    J R in WV says:

    These “Christian” theocrat monsters are more despicable than a typical Fratboy rapist.

    They hate women, demand to rule over women, understand how to do that in their very peculiar religions cult. But in the real world, America as we have grown to know and love America, that won’t work because at the age of 18, girls can legally leave, and never pay those assholes any attention, ever again.

    As the birth rate drops, it will drop fastest among Southern Baptist and other Calvinist church memberships.

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    James Ward says:

    Well, he may be pissed but you are adding at least eight years to his life.

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    Aleta says:

    @rikyrah: Maru is so calm. That last shot of him in his towel wrap … 😂 🥰

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    Skepticat says:

    I empathize with you more than I can say. Each year, I travel twice with three cats (born feral) between the Bahamas and Maine, with a variety of stops along the way, and at each they have to be tricked and wrestled into their carriers for the next leg of the trip (each of which includes either at least one ferry trip or small, private airplane ride. My beloved ad much-missed Maine coon cat was totally chill about the entire endeavor; these three, not so much. I have shed much blood and many tears of frustration.

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