Fast pets

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  1. Salty

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    I have just been hired by FAST PETS* to prepare a union contract. This would include both house pets, circus lions and other working cats.

    I need some help in writing a balance union contract. Will you please ask your cats what they would desire in a fair union contact. (Please include your pets name and any other pertinent info)

    Thank you
    Salts' Union Cooperative
    President


    * FELINE ASSOCIATION SEEKING TRUE
    PARITY Encouraging TOTAL SYMPATHY
     
  2. Melanie

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    You are being conned Salty.....cats don't have union contracts....they have slavishly devoted servants...who open the door because Madam Lucy does not like the cat door because she gets whopped on the derriere, or the cat that likes a hand fed snack at 0300hrs....:applause:

    working cat = oxymoron
     
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    I believe in unity among cats. They should all be put in the same burlap sack and given swim lesson.

    Thank you,
    padre from PETA = People Eating Tasty Animals
     
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    You guys are evil and true cat haters.

    Saggy from Cats-R-Us.
     
  5. abcgrad94

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    The real definition for FAST PETS:

    1. My dog chasing the neighbors cat out of my fenced-in yard.
    2. Neighbors cat running out of my yard once it realizes it's the object of target practice for my new gun.
    3. Lightning-fast bodily motion my dog makes while treeing squirrels.
    4. Lightning-fast bodily motion my neighbors cats make when I find them in my trash
    5. Jumping/running/leaping motion in the direction of the back door when my pooch needs to go potty, typically when I'm still half-asleep and clad in PJ's.
    6. Disappearing act on pooch's part caused by spotting a rolled-up newspaper.
     

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