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Discussion in 'General Afterlife Discussions' started by WWE LOVER, May 11, 2012.

  1. I've never liked cats. Didn't like them 30 years ago, and still don't like them today.

    I'm highly allergic to them, but aside from that, I still don't like them anyway. Dogs I love, but not cats. When you look at one, they have that look that if they were married to you, they'd leave you for someone with more money.

    I can remember how I used to like bothering them a long time ago. I used to enjoy chasing them away, but my favourite thing to do if I got a hold of one was to step on its tail and make it scream. It would bring a smile to my face. :D

    And we've all heard the stories of cats being killed and served up in those all you can eat Chinese buffets, right next to the spring rolls. Oh how I wish this was true (it's not, but a man can dream, can't he?) :rolleyes:

    And then I can remember about 15 years ago, and seeing a story in the newspaper where someone was convicted of killing 5 cats and getting 12 years in jail. Personally, I thought he should have got a medal. Now if he would have done that to dogs, then I would be in favour of shoving 50000 volts up his ass.

    But now I am on this forum, and have learned that cats have a soul too. So I am wondering if hurting cats, or hunting and fishing for trophy purposes, is something we get subjected to in the life review. I never caused a cat emotional pain, but would I have to feel the pain of stepping on its tail? And since I don't have a tail, where would I feel this pain?
  2. PS - while my farting thread was pretty good stuff that Roberta especially enjoyed, I felt it was time for a change of pace.

    Farts are awesome, but cats are not. Those are words of wisdom you can take to the bank.
  3. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    Let me say that I am with the cats on this one. I love all animals, but cats are my very favorites. The hardest things for me, personally, to forgive is animal abuse. Obviously, I am vehemently against any form of violence or abuse, but animals are just so pure and innocent. It's the mockingbird effect, I suppose.

    That being said, if someone makes is sadistic towards animals, and purposely causes them suffering, then I do think that they will have to, justly, come to terms with that during their life review. Whether it is actual physical pain, I am unsure. I think it would depend on the specific case. But don't fret, you can be made to feel as though you had a tail. One should remember though: animal abuse is part of the homicidal triage, so it is likely that serious abusers will also be abusing humans as well.
    Widdershins3 likes this.
  4. Thanks for the help.

    It's been about 25 years since I stepped on a cat's tail. And I haven't been abusing humans during this time either.

    Interesting that you can be made to feel like you have a tail in the life review. Now I know what to expect.

    And I agree with you on animal abuse - I can't stand it either as I am a pet lover. Just not for cats. Never liked them from day one. I wish I could love cats, but I just can't.

    And I know lots of people who despise cats like me.

    Now what about trophy hunting? Killing deer, etc., not to eat them but to display them. I don't hunt so this doesn't apply to me, but I am curious if hunters who do this feel the pain of the bullet they put into the animal once they get to the life review.
  5. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    It all depends on the person who is doing the hunting, and how easily he can forgive himself. What makes sense to me is this: if you don't need to kill an animal to survive, then don't do it. Killing animals for trophies is not only wasteful to the environment, but it also puts the animal through unneeded trauma.
    Widdershins3 likes this.

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