OK, I must be missing something. These cats are alive right? And why exactly are they doing this? Maybe I am tired and I am not reading the site correctly. PLease someone younger, explain this to the old one here. pavack69 http://www.pavackpupsdesigns.com
okay now i feel dumb because there wasn't anywhere on that site where you saw the finished product or could order anything. and yes i am quite gullible. always have been. see gina, told ya i wasn't the brightest penny lol !!
Somebody needs to get a job! This is what happens when people serve no useful purpose in life i.e. WORK EVERY DAY! Get gainful employment. Trust me you won't have time to think up such "not even close to funny or satirical" jokes when you work 8-10 hours a day!
Allie, Thanks, I thought I was reading it right, but I too could not find the finished product. That is so wrong, I too will email/write them. I have a friend with the SPCA in CA, I will contact him and ask what can be done. Thanks again, Allie. pavack69 http://www.pavackpupsdesigns.com
From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Spider Kitten Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 23:35:58 -0600 I just recently learned the methods of making a bonsai kitten. I have now developed my own technique of making a Spider Kitten. Its as simple as tying four nylon strings to the kittens feet, one on each foot. And tying the ends of each of the strings to a divided square with posts sticking up streching the kittens legs outward. Every day the strings are tightened slightly to force the legs to grow longer. After 3 weeks of proper neutrition, and tightening of the strings, I have successfully streched each of the kittens' legs to a length of up to 48 inches(4 feet) per leg! Now the cats have the ability to stand face to face with their owners. However, I would not recommend these cats to customers with lots of furniture. These cats have a unusual way of marking territory with their claws. It is also recommended to keep these cats on a leash, for they run very fast, and they are hard to catch. I think this story is a bit hard to believe. JoyVessel@Home.com I have a bonsai kitten . they are really nice. i got mine in the shape of a star. bonsai kittens cant walk or anything but they can sort of move around. we feed ours with a bottle because it cant really eat and we have a colostomy bag hooked up for waste materials. its really not that bad he doesnt seem to complain i think he like being like this it sets him apart from other cats and makes him unique in his own special way. i know this may seem strange but it doesnt hurt them at all they just act differently. i love my bonsai kitten and would never go back to the traditional way of kittens you all should stop being so judgemental and accept new things mabye try one for yourself then you would understand. --<3, Joy Vessel, owner of little Starmew Dear Joy, Thank you for your letter of support. It is the satisfied owner like yourself that makes it worth putting up with the self-righteous crackpots. Take good care of dear little Starmew. It sounds like he is a bit feeble and sick. Most Bonsai Kittens can walk and use a litter box, you might consider taking yours to a qualified veterinarian. We can provide a list of vets so that you can avoid hysterical quacks that do not understand the procedures described here Yeah sounds like the cat is real happy
We are judgmental because we think putting a kitten in a glass jar and feeding it with a tube is sadistic. Okay! I am praying in the next life they see how fun it is. The sad thing is even if it is a joke, there is someone out there right now "trying this at home". And that makes the owners of that sight associated accomplices to animal abuse!
Thanks Scout, I really feel dumb now. I think it time for me to retire to the bedroom. I have been up since 5 am and have been Fall Cleaning.. Good night to all. pavack69 http://www.pavackpupsdesigns.com