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Big Cats Celebrate Halloween Too

Randy

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#2
That was pretty entertaining. I wonder what it is about the pumpkins and ghourds the big cats like so much, other than the fact they can bat them around like a ball?
 

Botch

I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S!
Superstar
#3
Randy said:
I wonder what it is about the pumpkins and ghourds the big cats like so much, other than the fact they can bat them around like a ball?
Probably only that; I believe the big cats are strictly meat eaters. Plus it looks like a pumpkin lasts a bit longer than a rubber ball would. :text-bump:
 

Rope

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Famous
#4
Pure conjecture, the el dente of the pumkin may be much like that of an animal they would stalk, kill and eat? Sinking their teeth into a pumkin is possibly a substitute for that? Plus they're probably bored as all hell.

Rope
 
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