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Cat bite question for Sleppy

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This neighborhood cat who I feed. Went to give him a piece of chicken he missed like a dumbass and bit my wrist. I washed it out with soap and alcohol anything to worry about? No wonder why I hate cats.. trying to be nice and the fool bites me acccidently

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that is so bigbill like


booze, fast food, hollywood = tricks

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that is so bigbill like


DELETE DUS GARBAGE

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Sorry, you are going to die Harvtard



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Now I am Harvie

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seriously however stray cats are full of disease

 

id contact your doctor for real


booze, fast food, hollywood = tricks

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He is not a stray.HE is definitely declawed

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Now I am Harvie

What do you mean "Now?"

 

Common don't be silly



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What do you mean "Now?"

Common don't be silly


Ask Brotha Yanks and Brotha Bricka... I am not Chris Harvard

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put some neosporin on it so it don't get infected and heals faster



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Is the cat vaccinated?



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Cats have extremely sharp serrated teeth, they are able to inject saliva deep into tissues(unlike dog bites which are mostly crushing injuries), infection is very likely.

 

My Walter had a skin rash and I attempted to pet him and he bit my forearm... it bled. It swelled up and got somewhat infected(not bad really) and took weeks and weeks to heal, the spot is still there over a year later.

 

You are fucked!



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Cats are dangerous
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Proabably rabid. Cats disgusting creatures.

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Cats are dangerous

 

Proabably rabid. Cats disgusting creatures.

Cats are neither dangerous nor disgusting.  WTF is wrong with you 2?  Maybe keep your fingers out of their assholes next time?



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I been bitten by my cat many times

 

You got to put the Neosporin on the wound or your fukked



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How about just not get bitten at all?



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Why would someone want to own something that bites them? :scratch



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i still don't know who sleppy is

 

but i guess i'll start calling sleepy that

 

like we call fishhead fisshead  :laugh



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i still don't know who sleppy is

 

but i guess i'll start calling sleepy that

 

like we call fishhead fisshead  :laugh

That was low hanging fruit, I just left it alone when I saw it.



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If not dead yet....apply peroxide and neosporin daily. GL


one water, please


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i kinda like sleppy better



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Why would someone want to own something that bites them? :scratch

Seriously. All my cats did growing up is destroy our house and torment me. They all pissed on and ruined my shoes and thousands of dollars in sports cards.

Was over a girls house last night. She tells me she has her dogs inside and i come over and they're both small so no biggie. One of them is kinda nipping at my shoe and growling all night. When I go to leave , this little fucking cunt bit me in the back of the calf. Put a small hole in a pair of $600 jeans , drew a little blood, and left me bruised.
Told her I'm never coming over again until she gets rid of them.
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Can't stand ankle-biting, yipping little dogs either.  Can train those about as well as a cat.

 

Only a few certain breeds of dog I'd ever own.  Even huskies and shit are dumb as bricks and pretty much impossible to train.



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Can't stand ankle-biting, yipping little dogs either. Can train those about as well as a cat.

Only a few certain breeds of dog I'd ever own. Even huskies and shit are dumb as bricks and pretty much impossible to train.


This one might have been the worst I've encountered.

Apparently the dog had some wierd thing where it got paralyzed and is in constant pain and is bitchier that sleepy after a bad beat at all times.
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