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Old 01-30-2019, 07:16 PM
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I lived with numerous cats and they never learned commands.

Or came when I called their name.

That and dogs do their business outside.

Plus no matter how nice someone's house is and no matter how much they say that they're a clean person, I can always smell the cat pee in their house.
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Old 01-30-2019, 09:21 PM
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I lived with numerous cats and they never learned commands.

Or came when I called their name.

That and dogs do their business outside.

Plus no matter how nice someone's house is and no matter how much they say that they're a clean person, I can always smell the cat pee in their house.
Then you haven't lived with the right cats. All my cats respond by name, walk on leashes, and will get off the counter or whatever when commanded. They are trained. The only training I've never attempted is potty training. I know they're capable, I just never bothered. Dogs are easier to train, but I've never seen a dog use a toilet.
Can't disagree with the constant stank of cat pee in any living space where there is a cat, though.
I'm not a cat person, nor a dog person. I consider myself an animal person. (Birds are the only animal I won't keep.)

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Old 01-30-2019, 09:30 PM
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Um . . . . isn't it time we talked barbecue or what's par? This thread's gone off topic by staying mostly on topic . . .. sigh.
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Old 01-30-2019, 10:38 PM
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BBQ with dogs and cats while discussing par?
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Um . . . . isn't it time we talked barbecue or what's par? This thread's gone off topic by staying mostly on topic . . .. sigh.
How about this: dog begging for BBQ after a round of disc golf. Sorry, missed the par discussion . . .
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All my cats respond by name, walk on leashes, and will get off the counter or whatever when commanded. They are trained. The only training I've never attempted is potty training. I know they're capable, I just never bothered.
I'm afraid to teach my cat to flush a toilet. I fear that she'd find it fascinating, and just flush the toilet all day to watch it swirl.

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Old 01-31-2019, 12:30 AM
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BBQ with dogs and cats while discussing par?
Glad you included the with.
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Old 01-31-2019, 01:23 AM
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Someone said I should teach my old dog how to get me beer from the fridge... problem is I'd teach him how to open the fridge and that's as far as it would have gotten. I did train him and my new guy how to close the front door. Off lease of course.
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Who's up for some Korean BBQ?

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My friends cat has learnt that if he jumps and hangs on the door knob, that the wild Raccoon outside can push the door open and come in.

Sorry, the thread needed some drift.

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