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    Default A small Cat problem!!

    I was driving out the marina looking forward to a day of Wake Boarding and a Cat appeared over my left shoulder, which was a surprise to us all.

    Unfortunately we did not have time to grab it and it shot in side the locker behind the driverís seat. Not worrying to much about it we made our way back to the pontoon expecting to get it out with no problem but when we stopped and removed the cushion it had vanished.

    I noticed a small whole that is just below the driverís seat which I assume leads down into the hull and bulk heads and Iím guessing it has gone down there.

    Does any one know if its possible to access this area..??

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    I started to read this and thought you were telling a joke. Good luck with your "cat problem" lol

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    so you have a cat-amaran now?!!!

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    post at 406am - your up early - Let us know what happens with you CAT problem !

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    soak some food in anti-freeze, that will fix your problem. Or fill the bilge up with water, cats hate water. Try putting a trap in the boat and catch it, then soak it down with a water hose and it will never come back to your boat. We used to do that all the time. There was some old lady that had about a million cats and they would always get on our cars. I killed a few but I soaked most of them and they never came back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickle311
    soak some food in anti-freeze, that will fix your problem. Or fill the bilge up with water, cats hate water. Try putting a trap in the boat and catch it, then soak it down with a water hose and it will never come back to your boat. We used to do that all the time. There was some old lady that had about a million cats and they would always get on our cars. I killed a few but I soaked most of them and they never came back.
    Oh thats good eats anti-freeze and dies in hull of boat what a smell.


    I am not a cat person but I hope you were kidding

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    I was kidding about that, but I do hate cats.

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    pickle,

    i've got two dogs next door that never stop barking. do you have a good remedy for them.

    db

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    A 30-30 or a 30-06 should do nicely. Prolly don't even need a scope, lest u're going for the sure kill. Reminds me of the days I used to pick off ppl like pickle.
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    I wonder if he lives in the jungle? That'd take me back.
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    anabolicone -

    He did not post at 4:06am - he is in Dubai !!! It is 9 hours later than the east coast. (or 1:06pm bord time)



    -Joe

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