Cat using Front Row

calebjohnston

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I'm from the MBP protective services and I'm going to have to take that computer away for.. extensive inspection and then years of proper use.
 

devilot

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I want that kitten! It's so cute! EEEEEEHH!

*clears throat* I mean, yeah, what kind of nut would let their kitty claw up a $2-3K machine? :eek: I wouldn't.
 
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Lau

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I'm completely torn between that being the cutest thing everrrr, and that poor, poor MBP....
 

velocityg4

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I think that was extremely cute. I'm sure that LCD could take a beating from a little kitten. Considering how my LCD's have stood up to drunken idiots jabbing and poking them.
 

todd2000

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As cute as that is' I would never let my cat do that (If I could afford a MBP that is). He must have that thing glued/velcroed or something to the floor, cause it doesn't tip over when the cat is basically hanging on the LCD, or are MBPs that heavy? :)
 

Sdashiki

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Behind the lens
aquajet said:
Maybe that cat has been declawed.
I WAS going to do this when I got my kitty 3yrs ago.

The vet didnt even say anything to me when I asked except the cost of course.

In reality declawing is CRUEL AND UNUSUAL. Even for indoor cats.

Its one thing to say, well my cat is indoors I dont want clawed up furniture and they wont be climbing trees, they dont need their claws.

And its another to say that with the knowledge that cats claws are NOT nails like our fingernails. They are physically attached to the foot bones with ligaments and muscle, allowing for the familiar retracting cat claw.

Removing the nails is like cutting YOUR fingers at the first knuckle. No lie. WOuld you want to walk around without the tips of all of your fingers and toes?
 

d_and_n5000

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Boggle said:
I believe that would be "Tabby" I also choose to believe that the cat was either de-clawed already or it is the MBP of an insufferable EX who deserved every scratch..
It's gotta be one or the other. The MBP didn't look like it suffered much. I hope:eek:. And if it did - let it rest be known that the scratches show charachter, that the MBP had been used, abused, and still works wonderfully.
 

dornoforpyros

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Oct 19, 2004
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yes that video is uber cute, it's not the scratching that concerns me, it's the cat jumping onto the LCD like that, the hinges are already open as much as they'll go, and the kitty is jumping around on it.

Either way, super cute.
 

7on

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Sdashiki said:
I WAS going to do this when I got my kitty 3yrs ago.

The vet didnt even say anything to me when I asked except the cost of course.

In reality declawing is CRUEL AND UNUSUAL. Even for indoor cats.

Its one thing to say, well my cat is indoors I dont want clawed up furniture and they wont be climbing trees, they dont need their claws.

And its another to say that with the knowledge that cats claws are NOT nails like our fingernails. They are physically attached to the foot bones with ligaments and muscle, allowing for the familiar retracting cat claw.

Removing the nails is like cutting YOUR fingers at the first knuckle. No lie. WOuld you want to walk around without the tips of all of your fingers and toes?
It my fingers and toes were long an pointed - yes I'd like to be declawed.
 

floriflee

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I don't think the kitty is heavy or strong enough to do too much damage to the hinges, but I guess you never know....

Makes me want a cat again. It is sooooo cuuuute!