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Why is it wrong to hit an animal?

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I always heard an animal doesn't know why they are getting smacked.  But Bandit stole a piece of chicken from Penny and she hissed and swatted at him.  Then he did it again a few minutes later.  Guess he didn't learn his lesson the first time. 

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Re: your title......You have to ask?

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you don't know fasttimes

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morecowbell said:   you don't know fasttimes
They do know his mom though, everyone does.

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fasttimes said: Why is it wrong to hit an animal?

he might hit back



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BTW, if you name your cat Bandit and it steals, you might want to reconsider calling your next cat Drywallchewer

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ganda said:   BTW, if you name your cat Bandit and it steals, you might want to reconsider calling your next cat Drywallchewer
  How about Goldenegglayer?  Or Lottopicker?

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Kandykornhead said:   
ganda said:   BTW, if you name your cat Bandit and it steals, you might want to reconsider calling your next cat Drywallchewer
  How about Goldenegglayer? 
 

  
Those are "hairballs". You must be a dog person.

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If spanking my monkey is wrong do I really want to be right?

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If "Lottopicker" the cat won the lotto it would leave you like yesterday's turd. Any cat owner who doesn't know this is in denial.

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