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Old 09-06-2012, 07:35 PM   #211
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You might think cats are creepy but at least they stay in our motorhomes, don't bark all day & don't crap all over the place. I also have never heard of a "Cat " attack. Maybe creepy to some but they don't bother anyone either.

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Old 09-06-2012, 07:37 PM   #212
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Originally Posted by pawnotes View Post
I always carry an extra bag of two in my pocket. I treat the "extra" poo like divots on the golf green........make one fix two
Excellent analogy. We do the same thing.

Although it can be argued that it's no excuse, we've observed that many RVers are well up in years and have a hard time locating and even being able to bend over and pick up after their dogs... especially late at night.

Picking up whatever we see not only feels like a "good deed", but (since we travel with three dogs) it helps minimize the anti-dog sentiment caused by poop lying around.

But... don't get me started on those who don't fix their ball marks on the green. If one can hit the ball well enough to actually MAKE a ball mark they should be able to find it... plus another to repair.


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Old 09-06-2012, 07:52 PM   #213
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" We LOVE cats "

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Old 09-06-2012, 07:59 PM   #214
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Originally Posted by toneumanns View Post
You might think cats are creepy but at least they stay in our motorhomes, don't bark all day & don't crap all over the place. I also have never heard of a "Cat " attack. Maybe creepy to some but they don't bother anyone either.
Now you have heard of a cat attack. Living on base at Hanscom AFB, MA I stopped to talk to a neighbor lady in housing when I was walking my dog. Her Siamese cat had just had kittens and momma cat decided my dog and I were a threat. She came out the door and attacked my dog and me and got back inside before it registered on me what had happened.

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Old 09-06-2012, 08:05 PM   #215
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" We LOVE cats "


I'm glad they LOVE ....drool,drool......Cats.

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