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I like cats and dogs.

Our dog is a dickhead but we love the litter shit.

We have always had cats before the pooch came along and we are getting a kitten in a month or so, Christ knows how that is going to work with a batshit crazy dachshund. 

My youngest has two hamsters too and they are really cute.

Oh and fish too.

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Got a dog and cats , IMHO the best , stable and non demanding dogs are those brought up as a pup with adult cats

they very quickly learn that they are at the bottom of the pile

the cats do the training for you and you dont have a snappy little shit of an animal to train

cats just kick the shit out of them and they learn their place

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1 minute ago, Winchester White said:

I like cats and dogs.

Our dog is a dickhead but we love the litter shit.

We have always had cats before the pooch came along and we are getting a kitten in a month or so, Christ knows how that is going to work with a batshit crazy dachshund. 

My youngest has two hamsters too and they are really cute.

Oh and fish too.

 

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6 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Me mum’s been done

Seems strange that those who have had it are being vaccinated, but I read that the protection is only for 4 months (?)

Better safe than sorry

Protection from vac is 4 months or immunity following infection?

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5 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Me mum’s been done

Seems strange that those who have had it are being vaccinated, but I read that the protection is only for 4 months (?)

Better safe than sorry

They've slipped the reinfection possibilities out as 5 months protection is a good thing.

Herd immunity a pipe dream and vaccines likely to be yearly like flu. Happy days 

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2 hours ago, Casino said:

I hear thats quick and painless, so ruled it out

Nope. I had a young cat a few years back that somebody poisoned with anti freeze. Not painless.

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15 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Me mum’s been done

Seems strange that those who have had it are being vaccinated, but I read that the protection is only for 4 months (?)

Better safe than sorry

Nah, I reckon it will be much longer than that, a few years at least I bet for most. Theres only a handful of people who caught covid in early spring that have been reinfected 10 months later, so antibodies, or the ability to remake antibodies looks like its long standing. I might be wrong but hope not.

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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

I feel your pain there.

Dog or cat its horrendous. Towards the end of my time with bmbc, my colleague was knocking on a bit, so I'd leave him on the mower all day, and take up the strimmer. 

Bad enough when taking turns, but day after day, hitting animal turds at around 8000rpm, would leave significant splatter patterns on the clothing and a reek to match.

Getting a face full was a particular highlight. 

Try the same on the hard shoulder banking when it’s what some filthy wagon driver has left in a Tesco bag ...🤢

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1 hour ago, miamiwhite said:

Very rare we agree Jezza, but you're spot on here. Dog owners have their faces and balls licked constantly by harassing hounds that have been rolling in cow pat for hours.

On this issue I agree with you 100%

Cats - bringing people together since the middle ages.

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16 minutes ago, stevieb said:

I'd like to chime into the cat v dog debate with the greatest of levellers... 

 

If you have either your house smells and is full of fur

 

 

It is a fur point.

I mean, we domesticated cats to kill vermin and now we feed them. We trained dogs to protect livestock and property and now we buy them beds.

I think its us that are the odd ones here.

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16 minutes ago, peelyfeet said:

Nah, I reckon it will be much longer than that, a few years at least I bet for most. Theres only a handful of people who caught covid in early spring that have been reinfected 10 months later, so antibodies, or the ability to remake antibodies looks like its long standing. I might be wrong but hope not.

Some comment earlier about five months. Seems a bit short, but its not like one day all is good then the next you're fucked.

Just too much "info" out their at times.

Be happier once jabbed.

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2 hours ago, Ani said:

My MIL is 84 and not been asked yet  

Fucking me off that people think I need a daily update on this from my missus. Despite being asked every day I have no idea when she might be asked to go along. 

The power of WWAys MIL getting done Sunday  

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20 minutes ago, peelyfeet said:

Nah, I reckon it will be much longer than that, a few years at least I bet for most. Theres only a handful of people who caught covid in early spring that have been reinfected 10 months later, so antibodies, or the ability to remake antibodies looks like its long standing. I might be wrong but hope not.

Didn't they report today that that probably isn't the case if you caught it at the start? 

Although they are still at the beginning of all this, so I guess they are finding out more and more each day.

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3 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

It is a fur point.

I mean, we domesticated cats to kill vermin and now we feed them. We trained dogs to protect livestock and property and now we buy them beds.

I think its us that are the odd ones here.

I watch people scooping dog shit up in a carrier bag and sticking it in their pocket (if they aren't cunts) and just think "what are you doing you mentalist". 

But then single dog lovers probably think the same when we've got kids! 

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