Discussion in 'What's left to Talk About?' started by Milkman, Nov 8, 2018.
Hey @tobijohn , @toomanycats ...look at this!!!!! Save those amps and guitars!
what [email protected]#$%
I think someone was attempting to 3d print some type of a body pump
when they scrapped that idea and went with .........Plan B
complete with kitty thumb screws
Before anyone gets excited, I've got news for ya . . .
However bad the thing is you're trying to prevent by putting those boots on your cat, it won't compare to the hell you'll face in trying to get those things attached. Cat's do not like this kind of thing.
Also, before anyone gets excited... my post was tongue in cheek... I think this is an incredibly ridiculous product.
I've owned cats. I tried to make them do something. Once.
My ex-wife tried putting "shoes" on our dog one time... as part of a halloween costume. The poor thing would NOT MOVE, she was terrified of having anything on her feet like that. I can't imaging how much of a fight a cat would put up if you tried putting those ridiculous things on one!
HAH it might be easier to just dip their feet into a gallon of flex-seal
We just got two new cats. I have seen paint flakes with more intelligence. Much more.
Don't kid yourself, they're playing you...
How much prozac do you need to give your cat before it would sit with these on? And how much to get them on?
I'm guessing thats not even a real cat. I got a near dead 18+ yr old cat that needs 3 people to hold him down still just to give a pill.
I thought these seemed familiar
I love 'em: Doc Kittens!
no one expects a kitten inquisition
Amazon should pull that product.
The only way you'd get those things on a cat is Photoshop.
The cat solution is a catapult
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