Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Oh, Those Furry Felines



Because they can. The furballs.

27 comments:

  1. An find somewhere private to poop that will be a big surprise to your human slave.

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  2. Our cat does remove some of her kibbles from her bowl, but then princess is not going to eat anything outside her bowl... grrrr

    It would have been a funny post if it was not so truthful :)

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  3. HRH excelled at every one of these points of etiquette. But they missed yowling in the middle of the night, waking your human up at dawn to be fed, and relentlessly begging for more food.

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    1. And by "begging" I mean "nagging" of course.

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    2. All good points, Debra! And the list goes on. And yes, nagging is really what they're doing. My black cat has a very whiny/Siamese cat type of meow, which can push you over the edge sometimes! LOL...

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  4. Some of these could also be attributed to a dog :) Especially the shedding part :)

    betty

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  5. That's pretty good. Hey, I think the sun is out here today. I'm in the Batcave right now so I can't be sure. But if the sun is out, then I'm making more sun tea.

    Rain gone by you, yet?

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    1. We've had plenty of rain in the past few days, although the sun does make an appearance. Spring has been really bizarre this year. I hope summer is better.

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    2. I'm happy it hasn't snowed, again. Crazy April storm.

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    3. With the way things are going, I wouldn't be surprised!

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  6. The pleasures of owning a cat!

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  7. and sit on every box especially ones humans need

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  8. I miss cats precisely for all these reasons!!

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    1. They sure do have character. You gotta give them that!

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  9. There is also, sit on owner's lap 30 seconds before owner was about to stand up, and leave lizard bits all over the place. The other day, I went to roll up the kitchen rug so I could mop, and found a lizard carcass...part of it anyway, made me scream, and wonder where his limbs went.

    One time, and I'm not proud of this, I found a lizard torso in the foyer. I was pretty grossed out by its lack of arms and legs, head and tail, so I just left the torso there for a couple of days, not wanting to deal with it. On the third day, I finally went to clean up the torso, and as I moved in to sweep it up, the torso contorted. ALL. BY. ITSELF. I screamed like a schoolgirl and left the dang thing alone for a week.

    All that said, I'm very proud of my little predators - they're very skilled.

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    1. Oh my gosh...hahahaha...can't help but laugh a little. But holy moly, that would freak me out. Very sad about the lizard, though. I don't let my cats go out, so there are no casualties. Well, an occasional bug but that's about it.

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  10. I finally gave up and bought a huge vacuum cleaner, no truer words.....lol and you know it Girl!

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    1. We absolutely need a vacuum with cats, which is unfortunate for the cats because they hate the vacuum!

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