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hahahahahaha!!! :-)

My Cat disagrees with the above.

They are all wrong.

Not really a cat/religion -- but a good cat comment.

I somehow missed seeing this, but it's so true.  Usually it's my pants or hose that get shredded!

This is hilarious!  I love it!  My god, how many times I have said that same thing to my cat! 

So.  Now we know their secret!!  :-)

these are from:

Tenues’ Famous Faces series

http://swervecalgary.com/2012/08/10/my-baby-just-wrote-me-a-letter/

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We have Basenjis, which act a lot like cats (It is almost spooky). However - Live Long and Prosper...

the other is here so we can keep the forces in balance. (Egyptian cat, I think)

OH!  LOL   Those are great!  I googled for more and found a few, but I would love to see all of them!  Very clever!! (and funny!)

I love that video!   I have a friend here who teaches French and she showed me that video several months ago.  I just love it. It's so like a cat - and it's like French films, too!  LOL 

love this.

'n

ran into this on Tower Watch

(spoof site).

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1) It was a common practice in ancient Egypt to worship cats as gods. As Christians we are to "guard ourselves from idols" and "worship no other gods". Such feline influence could lead to idolatry and thereby "grieve Jehovah's spirit" with tragic consequences.

2) Cats were most likely present at Herod's birthday party when John the Baptist was beheaded. Clearly then, as loyal Christians, why would we even want to associate with animals that are without a doubt of such bad influence remembering "bad associations spoil useful habits"? To invite cats in our house may result in the same grave consequences as suffered by John the Baptist. Clearly, God disapproved of this party. Should we not then disapprove of cats the way God does? Surely!

3) Throughout history, particularly in the middle ages and reaching its climax in the Salem Witch Trials of the 1600's, cats were recognized as carriers if not direct incarnates of demons. Since cats were associated with the devil could we as loyal and dedicated servants of God therefore associate with cats and thereby associate with Satan himself the "God of this system of things"? Would we want to be subject to such vile influence and possible demonic attacks? Surely not!

4) Nowhere in the Bible are any type of cats spoken of in favorable terms. In fact was it not lions of the first century who the Devil used to devour faithful Christians? God himself "Stopped up the mouths of lions" in Daniel's day. True, the small housecats of today are not lions, but being of the same cursed animal family used by the Devil on numerous occasions throughout history, would it be wise or appropriate to own one? In addition, by owning any type of cat, would we not give an appearance of condoning their evil deeds throughout recorded Bible and secular history. The Bible makes clear that God's people are "no part of the world" and that we are "not to share in the sins of others".

5) The scriptures clearly indicate that neither Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Job, the Apostles , or Jesus himself owned a cat. This was most likely because they didn't want to be like the Pagan contemporaries of their day who showed no regard for how God feels about owning cats. In harmony with the pattern set by the faithful prophets of old, surely it would not be fitting for a Christian today to own a cat.

6) Finally, cats are unclean animals. Some unclean practices indulged in by cats include coughing up furballs, licking inappropriate body areas, urinating on the floor, eating dead animals with their blood, sexual misconduct without the benefit of marriage, abuse of catnip, and stealing food from the table, just to name a few. Uncleanness is one of the "works of the flesh" condemned by the apostle Paul. The Bible clearly shows that "neither fornicators ..........or thieves will not inherit the Kingdom". In addition Paul admonishes us to "quit mixing in company" with such unclean ones. Although the Apostle Paul was speaking primarily about Christians who fell into sin, there is no reason to conclude that this Inspired Biblical principle can not be applied to association with cats. Uncleanness is condemned by Jehovah and the fact that the Apostle Paul made no distinction when it came to associating with house cats proves beyond a doubt that Loyal Christians must avoid all association with such animals.

Disturbing, spoof or not.  sigh....    More so, because the last time the local JW folks came by my house passing out their literature, my cat was in the drive way with me while I was sweeping.  (no doubt, proof positive that I am a witch, especially since my cat is black).  The fellow commented on him and asked me if I knew of any more around and where he might obtain one.   He was a pleasant enough fellow, and on the face of it, an inoccuous enough query, but I was creeped out.   I got bad vibes.

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