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August 24, 2013

Watch This: Kitten Versus Bearded Dragons

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Madfinnegan on August 24 at 9:47 PM said:

The poor kitten was scared to death...wasn't really that funny to see it in terror...
LS on August 25 at 7:25 AM said:

Made me laugh out loud, cutest thing I've seem in ages.
abc on August 25 at 10:52 AM said:

Sorry! I felt compassion for the kitten.
CB on August 26 at 7:20 AM said:

Not amusing to frighten that poor kitty.
Nancy on August 26 at 6:26 PM said:

So not funny. Poor kitten was scared to death. Obviously a family of morons. Sorry but that is my opinion!
Linda on August 28 at 10:16 AM said:

Don't think it was very funny and poor taste for BaxterBoo. I'm surprised. To scare a little kitten. It's like watching Funniest Videos onTV and you know people get hurt but people are laughing their heads off in audience. No wonder world is so crazy. People are seeing humor in pain, blood and now animal torment. [email protected] I am a Baxter customer.
Linda on August 28 at 10:21 AM said:

Did not see anything funny in scaring an animal. I personally would not post something like that on a company website. What were you thinking? You must enjoy watching Americas funniest Videos where people post videos to get laughter when you know darn well, there are some getting hurt during the videoing. Sadistic humor!
Linda on August 28 at 10:23 AM said:

Sick humor!

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