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    Cat Scratch Fever!

    Bad Kitty.



    https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/m...299152278.html
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    I hope that isn't your amp! If it were mine, it would be followed by a picture of me digging a hole in the back yard.

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    And <THIS> is why we don't GLUE the baffle board in the cabinet! Wait, that might be one of the ones where the grille is velcroed on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    I hope that isn't your amp! If it were mine, it would be followed by a picture of me digging a hole in the back yard.
    Yep. I was going to say it looks pretty realistic for what must be a stuffed animal.

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    Our apartment window slides open leaving a screen. Our cat loves to sit on the sill, looking out, while clawing the screen. I wound up buying a removable window screen to put in front of the real screen.

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    Love the last sentence in the listing:
    Also includes fender amp slipcover.

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    "Also includes shredded fender amp slip cover."

    Obviously, that cat doesn't like the sound coming out of that twin.

    No, it's not my amp. I'm a dog guy. And I don't pay CME to service my gear.

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    Anyone notice that the "Similar Threads" section below has a number of links to threads about "Bad Cat" amps? LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by g1 View Post
    Yep. I was going to say it looks pretty realistic for what must be a stuffed animal.
    Well, NOW it is a stuffed cat, if you catch my drift

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    I posted an amp and cat story once involving a lamp cord and and a piece of shrimp. I was politely told to remove it! Lol!

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