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steve williams

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That is too funny

Reminds me of a friend of mine whose cat did the same thing to his speakers and not on April 1st
 

Lagonda

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That is too funny

Reminds me of a friend of mine whose cat did the same thing to his speakers and not on April 1st
I washed my first Black Jaguar almost every day, the neighbors black cat would instantly jump up on it and leave paw print all over it. One day i decided it was
enough, grabbed a hose and watered it down, the cat never came back.
And the scratches it left leaving never came out :rolleyes:
 

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That is too funny

Reminds me of a friend of mine whose cat did the same thing to his speakers and not on April 1st
This 'toon was partially inspired by an incident many years ago. Back in the day, mfg's used foamed grills, and my floor standing box speakers had ribbed foam on them. I walked into the living room where I found my cat, with surgical precision, slicing and pealing the grills off one of the speaker boxes. After a few choice words (understatement of the century), the cat got the idea I wasn't pleased with its action. That exchange didn't cause a behavioral shift what-so-ever.
 
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I washed my first Black Jaguar almost every day, the neighbors black cat would instantly jump up on it and leave paw print all over it. One day i decided it was
enough, grabbed a hose and watered it down, the cat never came back.
And the scratches it left leaving never came out :rolleyes:
It takes a brave man to admit he purchased more than one Jaguar ;-)
 

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Thank God there is a thread on this forum where people have a sense of humor! :rolleyes:
 

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