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    Default Dead cat in the house.

    I have just return to DR today and I have found a dead cat in my house. The cleaning lady said there was no dead cat yesterday. I've checked the dvr just for curiosity and it just walked in and just died during the night. So what do I do with this dead cat? I had put it in the garbage bag for now but do I just put it in garbage can or do I bring it in to vet like back home?

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    Bury it in the garden.......

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    Default Burial

    Quote Originally Posted by vbrookie View Post
    ... So what do I do with this dead cat?
    Bury it.

    donP

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    Make sure it is really dead before you do that... (you know Zombie cats and such...)

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    and i thought that homeless cats coming inside our house to eat was a breach of security...

    bury the cat asap. decomposition process is very quick here.

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    Put it in a pot with some old bay .

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    Im not sure what to do with the Cat, but we had a "Dead Cat Bounce" today that turned into a stock rally...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yacht chef View Post
    Put it in a pot with some old bay .
    LMAO

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    Boil a pot of water, add carrots, potatos, onion, garlic, and some other spices. Filet the cat just as you would a rabbit. But first boil a pot of cooking oil. dip the cat in the oil (very quickly) in order to get the fur off.

    Using garden gloves, the fur should come off with one single pull. start from the head, but make a small incision first, then pull hard towards the tail.

    Cook on low for about 3 hours and then let it simmer. Serve it just as you would a rabbit. Maybe put an apple in its mouth.

    Frank

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    "Maybe put an apple in its mouth."

    Hey, it is a (probably tiny Dominican) cat, not a tiger...

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