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How to Manipulate (Most) People

Darkkin

Lioness of Spoons
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Potato Cat: Well read and enlightened. Jumanji complete.
 

Luca

charm & chaos
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He was singing the song of his people. You know the one. “Wooo wooo wooo”

He is a Pointer. They like to sing. He especially likes to sing when I’m making his food, or he’s waiting to get in the car.

Although Pointers apparently don’t bark much, but don’t tell him that :confused:

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Aspychata

Serenity waves, beachy vibes
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I love to be manipulated. I was blessed with two in my lifetime. They forced me to write bad checks and loose my dignity, and l would do it all over again. A tuxedo male boy, very submissive, and a beautiful Chateux gray tabby male also rescued. Still haven't gotten over them, but they don't live as long as we do. Bless their souls. The gray cat was starving, he continued to lick out of pans and plates because he wasn't fed for days at a time. He also responded to red by hissing. He didn't like red trucks, red balloons or red shirts on males. He wasn't keen on being picked up, got too big. But if he wanted attention, he parked himself belly up in the hall, waiting for attention, or parked himself on a dresser with a stare job for affection. Lol He also was a nurse when my little girl got sick. Beautiful cat. I could take him for short walks with NO leash. Animals are so intelligent.
 
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Callistemon

Part-Time Space Alien
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And now for something completely different. ;)



Don Quixote, Mary Lou, Sparkle

Donkeys use their ears and the looks they give you to great effect. These guys wrap many of our visitors around their little digits...
 
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Callistemon

Part-Time Space Alien
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But we also have a dog, who has a very strange way of sitting on a chair. This was when we were still building the house. It's after bucket o'clock for the outside animals, and when she gets her "me-time" after being forced to share me with other animals. :tonguewink:

 

Qoyote

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You all make valid points, but have you considered puppy
 

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Luca

charm & chaos
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I look grumpy but I am happy.

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There are 5 other dogs in my house but guess who is the most photogenic?
 

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