Cat shock collars?

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  1. DethPike

    DethPike Master of Sinanju

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    Hello - do they make shock collars for cats? I've about had it with one of my cats. He'll sit there at night and just yowl outside my daughters bedroom and wake her up.

    I'm not looking for one of these "it'll irritate the cat" ones that I see at petsmart or wherever - I want one that'll make lightning shoot right out his ass and possibly set his head on fire, and the plan is to just let my 17 month old play with the remote for it for a few hours. So - any suggestions?
     
  2. firehawc_69

    firehawc_69 cloppers = ignore list

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    Give the cat to someone who'll take care of it. You don't deserve one.
     
  3. turboedguy

    turboedguy minibotologist

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    That's pretty fucked up dude. Let me guess, you never had him fixed, right?
     
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    Lets put a shock collar around your neck. See how you like it.
     
  5. ssjkazer

    ssjkazer mr dyslexia

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    Trolling much, but maybe you should put it outside at night
     
  6. Dinodigger97

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    You...are fucked up. Really...daft in the brain-o. Let me explain.

    I can understand you wanting to kick your kitty into the real world. But, electric shock collars? You know, that stuff is PAINFUL to animals. Put one on yourself and shock yourself for a few hours. Then try to walk in a straight line without falling over or shaking a ton. Hard to do, ain't it? Now imagine your cat in the same boat. Being shocked "until his head is set ablaze" for a good hour or so, just for shitz 'n' gigglez for your daughter. Now imagine that happening again, over and over again(seeing on how your cat will do this more than once). Pretty fucked up, ain't it!


    Now...just get him sniped or just buy a 5 cent water gun. Not a bloody shock collar. Yeeesh.
     
  7. Ravenxl7

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    Did any of you even consider that DethPike might just, you know, be OVER-EXAGGERATING in the second part of his post?

    Anyways, as for the topic. I'm not familiar with any particular shock collars that would actually teach a cat the intended lesson. Then again, in my experiences with such...animals, I find cats to be too stubborn to learn...anything. I find it easier to live without them.
     
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    Fix him & be kind ta critters.
     
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    It doesn't matter. Even entertaining the idea of putting a shock collar on a cat shows you don't have the capacity to care for one.
     
  10. Starscream600

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    Dude. You high or something? Just shoot some water at that cat. You don't have to shock that poor thing.
     
  11. moreprimeland

    moreprimeland Optimus told me to do it! Moderator

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    Oh..he can entertain the thought...but to actually post such a thing!! It's not funny even if he's not serious.
    Folks here will buy HIM a shock collar or two. Of course, they might now put them on his neck... Bwwhahahaha.
     
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2012
  12. Sol Fury

    Sol Fury The British Butcher Administrator News Staff

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    I find this thread to be quite a sick thing as a cat owner myself. Not to mention it's blatant flamebait for every animal lover on the site.

    Short version - if the cat is giving you that much grief, have you considered finding it a new family?
     
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