George Roof.....check this out

Submitted by cur on 1/6/05 at 4:26 PM. ( )


Check this out.......I know that you are a cat lover like me.

Cat, the other white meat.


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I loved the poetry

This response submitted by George on 1/6/05 at 5:26 PM. ( )

I thought that was rather Barbaric. All those good moving targets just boiled alive and eaten. What a waste.

I am no bleeding heart-

This response submitted by Kim Owens on 1/6/05 at 5:33 PM. ( )

but that article sickened me. Don't misunderstand, it sickened me personally. For those who like to eat cat, or dog, or whatever, it's your business and more power to you. I like cats but I don't own one- my Boston Terriers killed the last one we had while we were at the last world show. I can still imagine the dogs standing over the cat saying "get up, get up! Momma's gonna be mad!" To this day you can ask the dogs about the kitty and they turn their heads downward. On a taxidermy note- I know a taxidermist in the Dallas area who used to go down to the pound and pick up the cats after they had been put down. He would skin and tan them. He would then sell the skins and the people who bought them (sick people), would close the skins in their trunks and drive around town. People who saw the cats in the trunk would go balistic! I don't think he does that anymore.


This response submitted by cur on 1/6/05 at 6:00 PM. ( )

We don't eat cats......

i have eaten it

This response submitted by Ross on 1/6/05 at 7:02 PM. ( )

i have eaten bobcat and if you can get past the thought of eating cat it is really quite good.

I heard that

This response submitted by Evelyn on 1/6/05 at 7:11 PM. ( )

cougar suppose to taste quite good. Never tried it myself though. In Germany after world war II they ate cats quite frequently. They were nicknamed roof rabbits since a lot of people just cut of the feet, tail, and head on the cats and sold them as rabbits to their customers. Talk about ingenuity. LOL

I've Eaten Caracal

This response submitted by Old Fart on 1/6/05 at 7:31 PM. ( )

It was rather like dry pork. I wasn't real impressed, but they did appologise for the poor cooking. When cooked properly, they said it's better than pork. Personally I'll take kudu liver anyday!

Taste like

This response submitted by WB on 1/6/05 at 7:55 PM. ( )

Chicken, Don't they

close enough

This response submitted by Ross on 1/6/05 at 10:02 PM. ( )

it was close enough to chicken that you would not be able to tell the difference between them at a chinese restraunt. sweet and sour cat yum yum

I have

This response submitted by JL on 1/6/05 at 10:10 PM. ( )

....eaten Mountain Lion roast that a friend shot and it tasted like a very lean beef roast.House cats are another story. Best ones are peeled off the grill of a Peterbuilt.


This response submitted by Kim Owens on 1/7/05 at 12:17 PM. ( )

Did I say you eat cats?


This response submitted by cur on 1/7/05 at 3:47 PM. ( )

I was refering to your text....(sic) "it's your business and more power to you."........I was teasing about that. It was a play on your choice of words....Nothing intended.


This response submitted by Becky P on 1/7/05 at 9:49 PM. ( )

I tried cougar at the wild game feast that the game wardens host here. It wasn't too bad as long as you didn't think about what it was. But think I'll pass on it next time. BP

And just as that article says...

This response submitted by Wolfwoman on 1/7/05 at 11:08 PM. ( dakota AT )

what isn't 'normal' for one person is either 'odd' or 'sick' or 'gross'. I'm sure that everyone here know that before they were 'domesticated' horses were hunted for food?

OMG! Bet that one will open a can of worms (no pun intended).


Guess What Wolfie,

This response submitted by g wizz on 1/7/05 at 11:30 PM. ( )

According to MHR Viandes, Italians ate 78,500 tonnes of horse meat in 2001.......they lead, France was next, why if the Budweiser wagon with all them Clydedales came riding to town they would just think
Party Time!

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