It's the number one killer of domestic cats. - Debbie Downer
Cat Scratch Fever...oh yeah it's possible.The still alive and kickin Ass Ted Nugent.
the family dog? um...Rocky Mountain SPOT-ted FeverFIDO-myalgiaAno-REX-ia
Listen up you young whipper snappers out there…Our male barn cat came down with the feline AIDS. We told him time & time again to be sure and use protection…BUT NOOO!!! HE was a "free spirit" and just wouldn't listen. …AND NOW???? HE is the "late" barn cat, HE “ceased to be”, HE is "never more"... And, let that be a lesson to ya…
All cat owners should wear condoms at all times. Not to prevent aids, but to keep from reproducing more liberal weenies.
We had a cat that the AIDS, she could crap throuhg a screen door at 40 paces, nasty
seems to me most dogs are going to carry whatever ailments originate from licking their peckers, scrot and asses. oh yeah, and eating crap, not the old shoes and books variety, but the stinky pop a squat variety.
This had me laughing OUT LOUD! Truly a Friday afternoon pick me up! Thanks!
11:04 and the Abbie = you rock!Barry, make your appt and get screened. And, man - give that Cat a name??!
better play it safe and go for a CAT scan...STAT!
I like the liberal jeer above that--about the feral hogs not being safe to eat. The same person probably buys free range chicken.
I went go and pick-up a free range chicken when I seen it in the circular and the thing cost me 10 bucks, so much for free!Feline AIDS is scary; the number one reason I wear protection each time I load-up a cougar!
Feline AIDS has the potential to be a worldwide CATastrophy. The first attempt to bring public awareness to this epidemic was, I believe, by the character Officer Thorny(Jay Chandrasekhar) in the movie Super Troopers. Though not allowed to mention the disease by name, he subliminally used the word "meow" as often as possible in one of the key scenes in this Hollywood classic.DF: Leonard Maltin
I'm gonna try to do a fake jeer at the Star-Telegram against liberallylean. Wish me luck!
How dare the authorities not track the diets of feral hogs!Methinks the letter writer perhaps failed to grasp the definition of feral.
Feline Aids: real.Feline Leukememia: real.When I was 12, two of my cats got leukemia, and because it was such an unknown thing then, they went down to A&M for research. And, we couldn't get another cat for a year so the house could "air out". It was BIZARRE.
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