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  #21  
Old March 11th 04, 01:28 AM
Scott Dorsey
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Logan Shaw wrote:
kilikini wrote:
"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
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Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual. Next question?


What about people with birds?
--scott
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"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
  #22  
Old March 11th 04, 01:28 AM
Scott Dorsey
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Logan Shaw wrote:
kilikini wrote:
"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...

Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual. Next question?


What about people with birds?
--scott
--
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
  #23  
Old March 11th 04, 02:41 AM
RB
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"Scott Dorsey" wrote in message
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Logan Shaw wrote:
kilikini wrote:
"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...

Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very

active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual. Next question?


What about people with birds?
--scott
--
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."


Perfect people for cats.

RB


  #24  
Old March 11th 04, 02:41 AM
RB
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"Scott Dorsey" wrote in message
...
Logan Shaw wrote:
kilikini wrote:
"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...

Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very

active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual. Next question?


What about people with birds?
--scott
--
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."


Perfect people for cats.

RB


  #25  
Old March 11th 04, 03:00 AM
kilikini
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"Barry" wrote in message
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"kilikini" wrote in message
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"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
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Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men? Of course, there are
always exceptions.


--
Sheena


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very

active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?
kilikini


What's an Australian Shepherd? Here in Aus we call Alsatian canines

"German
Shepherds" but I've never heard of a breed called Australian Shepherd.

Barry



I've heard that Australians call Australian Shepherds Border Collies, but
they are two different animals. They're both herding dogs, but Aussie
Shepherds are a little bit bigger and have a little bit more mellow
temperment.

http://www.australianshepherds.org/

This site will give you more info. It's an excellent resource on Aussies.

kilikini


  #26  
Old March 11th 04, 03:00 AM
kilikini
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"Barry" wrote in message
...

"kilikini" wrote in message
...

"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...
Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men? Of course, there are
always exceptions.


--
Sheena


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very

active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?
kilikini


What's an Australian Shepherd? Here in Aus we call Alsatian canines

"German
Shepherds" but I've never heard of a breed called Australian Shepherd.

Barry



I've heard that Australians call Australian Shepherds Border Collies, but
they are two different animals. They're both herding dogs, but Aussie
Shepherds are a little bit bigger and have a little bit more mellow
temperment.

http://www.australianshepherds.org/

This site will give you more info. It's an excellent resource on Aussies.

kilikini


  #27  
Old March 11th 04, 03:58 AM
Mitchell Benson
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Scott Dorsey wrote:
Logan Shaw wrote:

kilikini wrote:

"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...


Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?

I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual. Next question?



What about people with birds?
--scott


OOOOHHH, God you're sick!!

;-}


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  #28  
Old March 11th 04, 03:58 AM
Mitchell Benson
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Scott Dorsey wrote:
Logan Shaw wrote:

kilikini wrote:

"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...


Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?

I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual. Next question?



What about people with birds?
--scott


OOOOHHH, God you're sick!!

;-}


_________________
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OKC Backup
www.okcbackup.com

  #29  
Old March 11th 04, 05:07 AM
Ben Bradley
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In a really odd crossposting involving:
rec.pets.cats.misc,
rec.audio.pro,
soc.culture.jewish,
sci.med.nursing,
Logan Shaw wrote:

kilikini wrote:

"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...

Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual.


No, it means he/she is a hermaphrodite.

Next question?


What microphone would you use for recording this thread?

- Logan


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  #30  
Old March 11th 04, 05:07 AM
Ben Bradley
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In a really odd crossposting involving:
rec.pets.cats.misc,
rec.audio.pro,
soc.culture.jewish,
sci.med.nursing,
Logan Shaw wrote:

kilikini wrote:

"Sheena Weston" wrote in message
...

Why is it that cats generally make better pets for women, where
dogs usually make better pets for men?


I don't know, I have both; two domestic shorthaired cats and a very active
Australian Shepherd. What does that say about me?


You're obviously bisexual.


No, it means he/she is a hermaphrodite.

Next question?


What microphone would you use for recording this thread?

- Logan


-----
http://mindspring.com/~benbradley
 




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