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Is putting your CAT at the base of multipitch climb really Animal abuse?

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Buff Johnson · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Dec 2005 · Points: 1,145
Bill Kirby · · Baltimore Maryland · Joined Jul 2012 · Points: 480
Who's going to feed me?

Sigh, don't tie your dog to a tree.

Sigh, leave your baby at home.

Sigh, You going to gangrope that route ALL day?

Sigh, don't play dubstep. I don't like loud noises.

Sigh, a PAS.. Really?

Sigh, you didn't knot the ropes before you rapped off.

Sigh, you can argue about not bathing after you feed me.
Buff Johnson · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Dec 2005 · Points: 1,145

Day 39 of my captivity. It's been two weeks on the wall and my meal-slaves STILL haven't figured out how to use their front claws to finish off El Cap. IDIOTS!

Paul H · · Pennsylvania · Joined Feb 2013 · Points: 5

I was climbing at Safe Harbor in PA a few weekends ago and a couple there had a crag cat with them. The cat had a collar but was just hanging out leashless and appeared to be having a good time. It spent the day with them and they walked out with it hanging over their shoulders after a nice long day.

First time I've run into a cat at the crag!

cragmantoo · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 175

It could be considered an act of kindness towards hungry foxes and coyotes.

With just a hint of lime.


Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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