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Sorry Jantje, it's not my intention to hijack your thread,

but as it is about animals I thought you might forgive me.

Three days ago, driving from Chiang Khong to Chiang Saen we

saw a little kitten aside of the road.

And yes, stupid us, we did what one shouldn't do: Overwhelmed

by sympathic feelings towards this little helpless creature we

let our Samaritan out and thus stopped, feeded it (with the

finest sala poa you can get in Chiang Khong)), gave it water

and offered it a lift to good old Chiang Rai.

Our cat wasn't very happy to see the little one.

We thought, okay, we give it some days and things will change.

No, they didn't ...

So if anybody has a home for this little sweety, please send me a PM.

And now, still in animal terms, of to Big Gary's Kangeroo bar

for a San Miguel.

Thanks for your attention and apologies for being off-topic.

Limbo :yohan:

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My dear Limbo, the cat seems to be wearing a plastic bag?!

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Sorry Jantje, it's not my intention to hijack your thread,

but as it is about animals I thought you might forgive me.

Three days ago, driving from Chiang Khong to Chiang Saen we

saw a little kitten aside of the road.

And yes, stupid us, we did what one shouldn't do: Overwhelmed

by sympathic feelings towards this little helpless creature we

let our Samaritan out and thus stopped, feeded it (with the

finest sala poa you can get in Chiang Khong)), gave it water

and offered it a lift to good old Chiang Rai.

Our cat wasn't very happy to see the little one.

We thought, okay, we give it some days and things will change.

No, they didn't ...

So if anybody has a home for this little sweety, please send me a PM.

And now, still in animal terms, of to Big Gary's Kangeroo bar

for a San Miguel.

Thanks for your attention and apologies for being off-topic.

Limbo :yohan:

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My dear Limbo, the cat seems to be wearing a plastic bag?!

Its a Rain Suit Stu. surely you can see that. cats dont like water , ........... or maybe .... nah... Dont want to upset the Cat lovers B)

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My dear Limbo, the cat seems to be wearing a plastic bag?!

A very good observation Skykluestu, very good indeed, keep them coming!

The ability to observe things the way they are is a gift from above!

And as we regularly notice here in this forum-turned-chatbox not everybody

has the luck to be blessed with it.

As Jubby noticed: it could have been a rain coat if it hadn't been a

plastic bag. A matter of carma so to say. So also Jubby earns some

valuable points here and will go on to the next round.

Originally it (the plastic bag) contained the sala pao, the delicious sala pao

I should say. The delicious sala pao from Chiang Khong to be more precise.

I suppose we all enjoy a sala pao once in a while, these big or

small white balls of rice meal with on top a little spot indicating

the specific character of the hidden content that otherwise would remain

a surprise untill after the first bite.

It's only after that first bite that you really taste, smell and even

visually can register what's inside.

It can be an egg, meat but also sweet substances that suddenly enter the

confrontation with your palate.

So don't forget to look at the spot on top, make perhaps a crib note with

the different colours and the corresponding contents:

Nothing is more disturbing than taking a bite expecting a nice strong

flavoured minced meat mix and ending up with some cloyingly sweet

substance inbetween your theeth.

But back to the bag!

Wrapped in paper the sala pao came out of the bag and went for a great

part into the cat.

As we didn't know at what speed it would pass through the alimentary

canal of the animal, whe put it (the cat), complete with the parts of

the sala pao it had consumed, in the bag.

This to contain things in a way that would prevent harm to the interior

of the car and also for safety reasons, namely to prevent the animal from

seating under the brake pedal. It worked. We all came home in good shape.

There it immediatly shit on the bed in the guestroom ...

So, time for breakfast: Pizza from Bluesky, for gourmets the Best in Town,

though for those that grew up on tomato ketchup covered derivates probably

not the first choice.

Have a nice weekend gentlemen!

Limbo :yohan:

Anyhow: Nothing above a raw herring with chopped onions!

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In CM forum there is a long thread about taking cats to your house, especially one of the thousands that live at a certain Wat. You are also encouraged to feed them too. Result? Within 3 months the number of cats was at least doubled. one of my former neighbors took about 5 to 10 of these cats. her present neighbors are So happy with all the shit these cats leave in Their garden. Why we farang have to take care of the mistakes Thai make e.g. not sterilizing their dogs and cats? Oh BTW here where I live we don't have these problems... people simply eat them :)

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I've just this morning taken a dislike to a Cat we had previously rescued. I guess I'm stuck with it too. better get her nutered.

And as for Chat Limbo, I'm still not sure wether you approve or disapprove but one things certain ; We are amatuers compared to you . :jap:

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[in CM forum there is a long thread about taking cats to your house, especially one of the thousands that live at a certain Wat.

Pardon the chat. Where is the Wat with the thousand??? cats.

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[in CM forum there is a long thread about taking cats to your house, especially one of the thousands that live at a certain Wat.

Pardon the chat. Where is the Wat with the thousand??? cats.

Sorry, the thead about the cats is in Finally Happy..... My mistake... Getting old I think :)

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It was in a Dutch newspaper:

http://news.sky.com/...201009215724722

All the comments of the Dutch people were... NEVER leave children and a dog alone in one room.... Also not when he/she is Soo sweet...

Just look at the pictures, and what people write also... Grandpa and Grandma... how do they feel..... Too sad for words

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My Rott is about to give pups. I have no idea who the father is but if there is interest let me know. Thanks.

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My Rott is about to give pups. I have no idea who the father is but if there is interest let me know. Thanks.

I hope the father was a Rottweiler or you could have an interesting mix :)

"devil Dogs" to be sure ! :D

I visited Skyblustu last week and his "devil Dog" insisted on chewing my favourite Pakama, cum kneckerchief , cum general sweat rag. :) I don't know what the attraction was , She left the thing with a decidedly doggy smell :D

Its a Travesty, I paid over 30 baht for it 3 years ago B)

:D

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I don't think you can call yourself a true Chiang Rai expat until you've been slobbered over by skyblustu's dog. B)

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I don't think you can call yourself a true Chiang Rai expat until you've been slobbered over by skyblustu's dog. B)

'Slobbered' Scea. !!! . ......... Thats not the picture I was trying to paint . :(

Wheres VF when I need him; We need a word befitting of a 'Devil Dog', any Dog can slobber :):D

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Yoyo the wonder dog don't slobber.....

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I don't think you can call yourself a true Chiang Rai expat until you've been slobbered over by skyblustu's dog. B)

'Slobbered' Scea. !!! . ......... Thats not the picture I was trying to paint . :(

Wheres VF when I need him; We need a word befitting of a 'Devil Dog', any Dog can slobber :):D

'an affa sliverin beastie', said in your best Scots accent ,perhaps?

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I don't think you can call yourself a true Chiang Rai expat until you've been slobbered over by skyblustu's dog. B)

'Slobbered' Scea. !!! . ......... Thats not the picture I was trying to paint . :(

Wheres VF when I need him; We need a word befitting of a 'Devil Dog', any Dog can slobber :):D

'an affa sliverin beastie', said in your best Scots accent ,perhaps?

I don't have a best Scots accent :) .... Affa's not in my vocabulary . Its not the F word is it B)

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