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BOTD 5/1/15 "This One's A Keeper" An ivor Production

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David M. Katz


Marshall
This is going to be a somewhat different BOTD to usual. Because the Bransom site does not allow one to post gifs, you are being provided with a link to where one can be viewed.

When you have viewed it, open the spoiler which contains the scenario.


           
This One's a Keeper
An ivor Production

http://106.imagebam.com/download/pbSx4_wCVbqIGp-OOM0DGA/40651/406507384/230-1.gif

Scenario:
Your twelve year old son, Trent, loves to play with his young cat, Wilbur, who has proved to be a very good goalkeeper. Of course even the best keepers let in the occasional goal and just after this was taken Wilbur missed. The ball smashed a valuable ornament on the shelf next to where the camera is located.

Trent has been warned to be careful with cat games. He was spanked a few months back for breaking an ornament himself which did not involve the cat. Is he in trouble again?


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David M. Katz


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Trent = [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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Iconoclast


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No! And what the hell am I doing leaving valuable ornaments on a shelf in the kitchen, especially after one was broken!

Nor would I wish to discourage my son from training such a talented cat!

Iconoclast

AFinch


Sherrif
It depends. Have I provided somewhere safe to play cat games? Since cats are not meant to go outdoors, "taking it outside" isn't an option. If I've provided a safe space for play, and he's playing in the living room (which doesn't appear to be the case from the video), then yes, he's getting paddled. Otherwise, he gets a pass--and I should have put "valuable ornaments" somewhere safe.

Jack


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I come closer to agreeing with Kier than with Icono. I have a right to have things displayed in my own home, and displaying them is not an excuse for someone to break them (and I have spanked for that same thing before).

While our cats are allowed to go into the backyard, I basically agree with Kier. Unless I have been very specific in what Trent and Wilbur were forbidden, or unless the last ornament was broken in this same way, they're getting a pass. If one of those things applied, I think Trent will be getting a basic spanking, and I'll have to re-think where I display my mementos.


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MemoryMan


Sherrif
I'll go with Kier.

This can't be a new situation and I should have arranged a safe space.

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Kat


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I'm going with Kier. I'm afraid in reality if I had a cat who did such a neat trick, I'd be far worse than Trent. What am I saying? I am worse than Trent even though my cats have different tricks.

Kat

squarecutter


Sherrif
Nothing here say this cat cant be outside,This is not merely a cat game but a cat and ball game and I think Trent should know better than to play such games in the livinmg room especially since her has already had a paddling for such behaviour, I'm afraid Trent and will hopefully learn his lesson this time is getting another paddling

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