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Thread started 05/07/05 6:44am

AsianBomb777

Cat's with WEBBED Feet that Dive Into Water




Fishing Cat:

Features: webbed feet, semi-squatic, dives into water to catch fish.

http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/agarman/bco/fishcat.htm
Reply #1 posted 05/07/05 6:47am

luv4u

Moderator

moderator

So this cat is a cross between batman and a duck?
Edmonton, AB - canada

Ohh purple joy oh purple bliss oh purple rapture!
REAL MUSIC by REAL MUSICIANS - Prince
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Reply #2 posted 05/07/05 6:47am

Lleena

I've got webbed feet.
Reply #3 posted 05/07/05 6:48am

AsianBomb777

luv4u said:

So this cat is a cross between batman and a duck?



I the absence of lolly & the frog I cannot beleive you've taken it upon yourself to jack my thread. disbelief
Reply #4 posted 05/07/05 6:48am

psychodelicide

AsianBomb777 said:




Fishing Cat:

Features: webbed feet, semi-squatic, dives into water to catch fish.

http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/agarman/bco/fishcat.htm


lol I would love to see the fishing cat in action. It's amusing to hear of a cat that dives into water, since most cats hate water! lol
"The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don't know anything about." - Wayne Dyer
Reply #5 posted 05/07/05 6:49am

AsianBomb777

Lleena said:

I've got webbed feet.



I could probably easily get surgery done to get web feat with all the excess skin from my scrotum. nod
Reply #6 posted 05/07/05 6:50am

AsianBomb777

luv4u said:

So this cat is a cross between batman and a duck?


CRAP!
Nevermind about my last comment.
You're not technically jacking it becuase you're on topic. pout
Reply #7 posted 05/07/05 6:51am

luv4u

Moderator

moderator

AsianBomb777 said:

luv4u said:

So this cat is a cross between batman and a duck?


CRAP!
Nevermind about my last comment.
You're not technically jacking it becuase you're on topic. pout


hug
Edmonton, AB - canada

Ohh purple joy oh purple bliss oh purple rapture!
REAL MUSIC by REAL MUSICIANS - Prince
"I kind of wish there was a reason for Prince to make the site crash more" ~~ Ben
Reply #8 posted 05/07/05 6:55am

Lleena

AsianBomb777 said:

Lleena said:

I've got webbed feet.



I could probably easily get surgery done to get web feat with all the excess skin from my scrotum. nod



Do it, you dont know what you're missing nod
Reply #9 posted 05/07/05 6:56am

AsianBomb777

Lleena said:

AsianBomb777 said:




I could probably easily get surgery done to get web feat with all the excess skin from my scrotum. nod



Do it, you dont know what you're missing nod


Do your feet produce more oder than normal feet?
How do they look in prada?
eek
Reply #10 posted 05/07/05 6:57am

Lleena

AsianBomb777 said:

Lleena said:




Do it, you dont know what you're missing nod


Do your feet produce more oder than normal feet?
How do they look in prada?
eek



No, actually they produce the same amount smile

They look hot in Prada but better In Jimmy Choos nod
Reply #11 posted 05/07/05 7:00am

2the9s

Lleena said:

I've got webbed feet.


And a blowhole like a whale.

It's disturbing.
Reply #12 posted 05/07/05 7:00am

Lleena

2the9s said:

Lleena said:

I've got webbed feet.


And a blowhole like a whale.

It's disturbing.



mad
Reply #13 posted 05/07/05 7:01am

2the9s

Lleena said:

2the9s said:



And a blowhole like a whale.

It's disturbing.



mad



Uh oh. Thar she blows...
Reply #14 posted 05/07/05 7:07am

AsianBomb777

2the9s said:

Lleena said:




mad



Uh oh. Thar she blows...



falloff
you are so maimitastic.
Reply #15 posted 05/07/05 8:30am

lovemachine

I've got a book on cats and there is a housecat that likes to swim (maybe it's this same one). They had pictures of these cats swimming around in pools big grin
Reply #16 posted 05/07/05 8:31am

AsianBomb777

lovemachine said:

I've got a book on cats and there is a housecat that likes to swim (maybe it's this same one). They had pictures of these cats swimming around in pools big grin



lmao.
I wish the cats that I had owned liked that.
It was hell bathing them.

Pure hell.
Reply #17 posted 05/07/05 10:02am

psychodelicide

lovemachine said:

I've got a book on cats and there is a housecat that likes to swim (maybe it's this same one). They had pictures of these cats swimming around in pools big grin


The cat that I think you're referring to is called the Turkish Van. Found this on the web:

Turkish Van


The coloration of the Turkish Van, which is considered by many to be the original breed to carry the piebald gene, calls for a white, semi-longhaired cat with colored markings restricted primarily to the head and tail. Other piebald cats that have been selectively bred for many generations to achieve similar markings are said to be “van-patterned” after the breed that originally sported it. The coat lacks an undercoat and has a very unique cashmere-like texture that makes it water-resistant. This brings us to another interesting feature of this breed - they love water and in their native region they have been termed “the Swimming Cats.”
"The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don't know anything about." - Wayne Dyer
Reply #18 posted 05/07/05 10:43am

lovemachine

psychodelicide said:

lovemachine said:

I've got a book on cats and there is a housecat that likes to swim (maybe it's this same one). They had pictures of these cats swimming around in pools big grin


The cat that I think you're referring to is called the Turkish Van. Found this on the web:

Turkish Van


The coloration of the Turkish Van, which is considered by many to be the original breed to carry the piebald gene, calls for a white, semi-longhaired cat with colored markings restricted primarily to the head and tail. Other piebald cats that have been selectively bred for many generations to achieve similar markings are said to be “van-patterned” after the breed that originally sported it. The coat lacks an undercoat and has a very unique cashmere-like texture that makes it water-resistant. This brings us to another interesting feature of this breed - they love water and in their native region they have been termed “the Swimming Cats.”


If I ever own a house with a pool I'm getting a swimming cat smile
Reply #19 posted 05/07/05 11:22am

psychodelicide

lovemachine said:

psychodelicide said:



The cat that I think you're referring to is called the Turkish Van. Found this on the web:

Turkish Van


The coloration of the Turkish Van, which is considered by many to be the original breed to carry the piebald gene, calls for a white, semi-longhaired cat with colored markings restricted primarily to the head and tail. Other piebald cats that have been selectively bred for many generations to achieve similar markings are said to be “van-patterned” after the breed that originally sported it. The coat lacks an undercoat and has a very unique cashmere-like texture that makes it water-resistant. This brings us to another interesting feature of this breed - they love water and in their native region they have been termed “the Swimming Cats.”


If I ever own a house with a pool I'm getting a swimming cat smile


That would be awesome! Wonder how much a Turkish Van cat costs? Most purebred cats are pretty pricey, from what I've seen.
"The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don't know anything about." - Wayne Dyer
Reply #20 posted 05/07/05 1:08pm

Tish4

omg that's cool
You can't build something new, without destroying something old



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Reply #21 posted 05/07/05 4:21pm

lovemachine

psychodelicide said:

lovemachine said:



If I ever own a house with a pool I'm getting a swimming cat smile


That would be awesome! Wonder how much a Turkish Van cat costs? Most purebred cats are pretty pricey, from what I've seen.


My girlfriends folks have a Scottish Fold and I'm told he was like a $1,000 dollar cat.
Reply #22 posted 05/07/05 5:12pm

psychodelicide

lovemachine said:

psychodelicide said:



That would be awesome! Wonder how much a Turkish Van cat costs? Most purebred cats are pretty pricey, from what I've seen.


My girlfriends folks have a Scottish Fold and I'm told he was like a $1,000 dollar cat.


omfg Wow! Scottish Folds are pretty cats though, love how they have those "folded ears". smile
"The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don't know anything about." - Wayne Dyer
Reply #23 posted 05/07/05 9:04pm

AsianBoi777

lovemachine said:

psychodelicide said:



That would be awesome! Wonder how much a Turkish Van cat costs? Most purebred cats are pretty pricey, from what I've seen.


My girlfriends folks have a Scottish Fold and I'm told he was like a $1,000 dollar cat.



disbelief

I would never pay 1,000 for an animal with as little personality as a cat.

For 1/10th of that you can get a really good prostitute with a bubbly personality. smile

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