I wish Munchkin cats didn't exist

I wish Munchkin cats didn't exist

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wish more distinct cat breeds existed. Sphinx, scottish fold, munchkin? Cool I guess. Where's my 2 foot tall floppy ear cats? Or the ones that can't jump very much and are actually lazy but are intelligent? Or whatever.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Where's my 2 foot tall floppy ear cats?
      See pic rel
      >Or the ones that can't jump very much and are actually lazy but are intelligent? Or whatever
      Not really a thing with cats. Especially when you considered the husky sterotype to be secretly a cope excuse for them not being that much intelligent in the first place. But if I had to put money on it I would choose between the Exotic Shorthair or Persian as they are lazy fricks that dont register moving objects or you half the time yet apparently they still possess an impressive level of trainability.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >the husky cope
        Huskies ARE intelligent though? Learning and performance are two different things. Learning is modulated by intelligence, performance is by temperament. Huskies learn fast but do not perform. On the other hand mastiffs are dumb as rocks and take days to learn some basic shit like sit but will never, ever second guess your command because you arent holding enough cheese at the moment. Doggays are just salty because they think a dog must want to please them, so if the trick stops happening when the food is hidden, and the dog looks for the food instead “the dog didnt learn”. It did learn - the trick, not the abstract concept of “please MASTER”. No dogs learn that. It is an innate trait that must be bred for. Huskies apply theirs to other dogs and weakly to humans, a less domesticated condition, so the great husky obedience hack is actually to pair them with an obedient dog like a german shepherd as the second pup. The husky will follow the GSD who raised them in situations where they would ignore their “master”.

        Cats have both problems. They wont learn, and they wont perform, because they arent true social animals. Training cats is very time consuming and “conditioning” is a better word than “teaching” for them. The smartest cat would only be as smart as a wild variant cat which would be the husky meme in spades (but at cat level) - might learn, definitely will not perform. Cats do not have the “please master” trait because there is no natural hierarchy in which they service a parent or elder.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          this is a trvth nvke but doggays will never be able to accept that whether a dog wants to please them or not is genetic. they get off to the idea that they’re the alfuh or earned respect and the basic fact that the so called smart dogs were bred by killing the ones that didnt naturally pay attention to their owners offends them

          sorry doggays there’s a 9/10 chance your dog was born programmed to love you

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            This but with all “designed breed” animals

            Very true. Simply the truth
            >AWAY

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I appreciate the work you have written into your respone but I am not that invested in the husky are/not intelligent debate or cat vs dogs stuff. I have owned both cats and intelligent sighthounds and freely admit that cats are in general pretty dumb compared to most other pets. But I love them nonetheless and there are more dumber breeds than others. So before this cat related thread becomes the Nuremberg trials of cat/dog/husky debate let me put that out there and that personally I prefer prefer parrots.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Its less about huskies and more about people not knowing that learning and performing commands involves two separate traits. One of those traits cats fundamentally lack no matter how smart we can make them. Dogs never really had obedience just for us originally. It took so much selective breeding that they no longer mate for life like their ancestors did.

            Except lions and cheetahs. They could probably do it. Cheetah domestication when?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's false to say that cats aren't social animals, they absolutely are. What is definitely true, though, is that they aren't hierarchical animals.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Cats are “social” animals. Colony behavior is a side effect of domestication. Basically, they’re acting like lonely kittens, while also being old enough to be parents. Their instincts are very confused. Cats went from the solitary hunter chad to a species of adult baby fetishists.

            If we bred them for intelligence and selected cats that bonded with others faster, they could eventually develop pack hunting.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Very dubious. Chasing is necessary for pack hunting, and cats won't be able to give chase due to their very physiology. They're built for hunting alone, their prey animals are much more vulnerable to solo hunters, if they start hunting in packs, they're just going to die out. Not that I believe that you can mindbreak a whole species to change their most fundamental behaviours like that.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Pack hunting can occur without chasing beyond what’s normal for cats (short pursuit). If the cats were smart enough to flank and encircle prey and spook them in the direction of other cats.

                They’d need some extra brain and someone to learn the tactic from so they could pass on the meme but it’s doable.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Okay, but what would they even hunt? They can already take down most of the prey species in their size range alone, and when you increase the prey size, the numbers advantage becomes irrelevant. I feel like a boar would kill twenty cats just as easily as it would a single one.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What did they do to ragdolls?

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wish hairless munchkin's didn't exist.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    They aren't inherently unhealthy as Scottish folds. They're just challenged.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why? They're cute, they look like ragdolls

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      They look like we played a prank on god

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

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