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“Its Only a Cat”. Mary Bale

One of the good things that happened yesterday besides getting my car back was what someone said to me…On the way home I thought I would be nice to myself and stop for a grinder. In my town we have a grinder shop that you can get something to eat and sit outside on a veranda by the ocean. I was telling this beautiful young girl behind the counter what I wanted and I asked her if she was local? Yes, she replied, smiling, “Born and bred“. She was all of 18 years old. “Went to Grammar and High School here“. I said, “Its really comforting and nice to be waited on by a local person“…She said “I know what you mean“. I replied, “You do“? “I know exactly what you mean“, she said, smiling so beautifully with that look on her face. I’m not kidding, those were her exact words…..I am not alone and there are signs every where. I’m one of the ones who said it out loud…..

I am trying to save my cats life, yet in Coventry England , Mary Bale a local bank employee, is caught on camera. The kind of cameras I write about all the time. She obviously doesn’t read a word I write. It shows her calmly picking up a cat on the street by the scruff of the neck and dropping it into a sidewalk dumpster. Its on Utube. Check out the link below...The cat was in that dumpster for 15 hours before being discovered by its worried owner. Now, London police now have to protect Mary Bale. Its only fitting. She said, “Its only a cat”. Don’t you hate people like that?

      Kids, when you carry your expensive Cell phone, do you know it is tracking and watching you? Its like your shopping card that you give the cashier for that discount. They always ask for that card to keep track of you. Your phone becomes part of you and knows your habits, what you spend and where you are all the time. If you think your government isn’t watching, think again. All these things are just another way to take your dignity and money. It reduces you to a puppet or a predictable statistic. You pay between $600 and $1200 a year for that cell phone to let them do this to you…..Later guys….



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Aug. 29th, 2010 01:41 am (UTC)
I've been reading your posts about your cat Willie who apparently is a biter. I've had a couple of cats over the years who were aggressive biters (all males). It looks like your cat is an orange tom, and they are rather notorious for being aggressive. My cat Pyewacket (who is a black and white) is a biter, though he doesn't usually bite hard enough to break the skin. If he starts in on me too much, I calmly pick him up, say "no" to him, and put him in the bathroom for a few minutes. If I can't put him in the bathroom, he gets a squirt from the water bottle. He's an evil cat, but he's still my baby, so I sympathize. As much as Pye drives me nuts, I still love the little fucker and would never put him down. He is sweet sometimes, like when he cuddles up to me on the couch or makes a bed on my lap. He is ALMOST worth it.

Good luck with your kitty. I can't believe some people are so cruel to animals. Yes, they are *just* animals, but they are so innocent that they need to be protected. And animal abuse is just plain sick. I wish I had more room for more cats, but one is my limit for now.
Aug. 29th, 2010 02:34 am (UTC)
Yes, he is a biter. I've had him for 6 years and my thinking was he'll calm down as he gets older. Little bites,scratches or anger hisses for those years. I love him like he was my kid but I can't take another bite like that. I am doing everything possible to keep him among the living. Pills from the Vet every morning and I need to see calmness and less anger and hostility. So far things look good for him. Its up to him and the meds...I've tried all the things, from the squirt bottle to putting him in another room. It was this bite that broke the Camels back...I would miss him and it would take months for me to feel better but it was a bad bite and its that trust thing. Its a constant vigilance to see if he is mad enough to bite me again. I don't want to do that. So far so good, we will see. Thank you for sharing. It helped and I really mean that...~Lar
Aug. 29th, 2010 10:59 pm (UTC)
Re: Willie
You obviously love your little boy, so you two will ge through this. My parents and I had a cat years ago who would get violently angry when another cat came around the house, so much so that we had to put him down. Not only that, but my nephew at the time was a crawling baby, and we didn't want him hurt by the cat (the cat was also intolerable of any other human other than myself, my mom, and my dad - he even attacked my sister once). It was a tough decision, though, and I think about that cat often since he was a neat cat.

Hang in there. Hopefully the meds will help him. Keep me updated.
Jan. 12th, 2013 03:26 am (UTC)
Re: Willie
I still have him and he's much calmer now. I took away the treats and going out in the hallway in my apartment building. I too had to pick him up by the scruff like his Mom did years years ago when he was a baby. I put him in the bathroom all night every night for a week. Then from that point on every time I would see the look in his eye, you know the one I mean, in the bathroom he went with me saying NO... Well, its working. Thank my beautiful girlfriend who's nick name is the cat lady.. I would never dis guard him he's a member of the family. We will be together through thick and thin till the end.....I hope you and your cat are OK... Thank you for helping me...
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