Cats?


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Swatch

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Where do you find cats to shoot (not your own cats) ?! I cant find any!!:dunno:
 

icarus

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Swatch said:
Where do you find cats to shoot (not your own cats) ?! I cant find any!!:dunno:
I know of alot of places, but i ain't gonna reveal it over this forum.
Scums from AVA and SPCA are watching :)
:angel:
 

espn

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Why would you want to shoot cats? What wrong did they do you? :bigeyes:
 

TMC

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Changi Village has plenty. Some of the other housing estates. and think the Jurong area should have a good number.
 

Swatch

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Opps...Forgot 'bout those killers...Im just going to shoot them...whats wrong bout that?:bsmilie: joking la...The places are so far from my area...any nearer one...PM me...Im not killing the cats!!:bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

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Captured this on my way home.

Wrong camera settings! :cry:


What are they doing?
Making kittens or just playing? ;p

The top cat is bitting the cat below on the skin of the neck!
(not very visible because of contrast)
 

yanyewkay

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Cats bite each other while doing *ahem*? :eek:

Cos that's what the grey cat was doing!
yes they do. the aftermath can be quite gory. the female cat will be bleeding from bite marks and scratches.
 

doug3fflux

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to answer the threadstarters question, actually cats are everywhere ( stray cats ). you just need to be more vigilant and open ur eyes to find them..and them stalk them..
 

sORe-EyEz

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toa payoh near Bradell mrt area those blk of flats got some resident cats, always c ppl feed them.
 

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icarus said:
I know of alot of places, but i ain't gonna reveal it over this forum.
Scums from AVA and SPCA are watching :)
:angel:
What are you suggesting about the SPCA? I know they have to put animals down but thats only because they take in many animals everyday and dont have space for all of them in the adoption gallery. They are actively advocating sterlisation so as to prevent the problem form growing worse.
 

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yes they do. the aftermath can be quite gory. the female cat will be bleeding from bite marks and scratches.

wow... sounds like a fetish porn movie to me :bsmilie:
 

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