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    The "eyes" have it...

    A portrait of one of our cats "Toffee", she is a vicious killer really, but can turn on the charm when she wants to!

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    Just in case you don't believe the killer bit...
    Here's her latest victim.

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    Don't mess with my cat ! by RobN185, on Flickr

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    Oh! Eeeew! You should warn us before you show us something like that!

    Beautiful, cute kitty-cat! Sharp and clear photo!

    This reminds me of "puss in boots" from Shrek - he gives those big, darling eyes just before he shreds and viciously incinerates anyone in his path. My sister's cat is like that.

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    Re: The "eyes" have it...

    Quote Originally Posted by Katy Noelle View Post
    Oh! Eeeew! You should warn us before you show us something like that!
    Oops!

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    Re: The "eyes" have it...

    Great portrait of your cat...

    We need to realize that domestic cats are a lot closer to the wild animals from which they derive. "Domestic cats were first documented 3-4000 years ago in Egypt, where they may have been attracted to human agricultural settlements by the ready supply of rodents gathered around stored grains and other crops. They have thus been partnered with humans much more recently than domestic dogs, which may date back as far as 100,000 years."

    http://whozoo.org/mammals/Carnivores...s/domestic.htm

    Does this make a difference? I think that deep within every cute little pussy-cat is the heart of a lion or tiger. I had a wonderful cat for over twelve years until cancer got him. He came from feral lines and was a wonderful combination of wild hunter and loving family pet. He erradicated all the vermin on my extensive fenced in property.

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    Re: The "eyes" have it...

    I've had many a kitty cat in my days and your cat look's like my present day feline friend who goes by the name of Fatboy.Very beautiful eyes indeed.

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