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Cats, they're taking over. Part 3

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23 minutes ago, 224 Peter said:

They are effective replacements.... is so many ways! 

 

I suppose i should be grateful he hasn't got any cuddly toys to throw at me to get attention :cat:....

Edited by Vince1159

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On 12/23/2019 at 4:38 AM, Alfisti said:

Oh,it doesn't have to be winter in our household!Our mistress has developed a mild arthiritic condition whereas she cannot now get onto the bed,she is ok for the sofa,but the size of the mattress is too much.So,usually about 0300 hrs,she gets off the bed,goes downstairs for something to eat and a toilet tray episode.Then she will come back upstairs and create until she is lifted back onto the bed.Bless her!

When our two started to slow down and find it difficult, my wife, bless her, went straight to Amazon and bought a set of pet steps. This allowed them to get on and off the bed right until close to the end. The only problem was with Newt, who insisted on waking me several times a night by marching up and down my side of the bed and chatting to me. Wouldn't have missed it for the world, though 🙂.

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So here is our two.

 

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Belle was given to my partner as company though truth to be told she wasn't ideal for life in a static caravan from whence she came. Despite a large wood next door she will only go in her dirt box and won't use the catflap. That and constant shedding makes her hard work. She also hates all other cats which it makes it awkward for...

 

 

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Tiger. We thought he was a stray, but with an Oscar winning performance as a poor starving waif, he suckered us in and after a fraught period with his original staff he finally moved in this year. He does use both the woods and the cat flap but the constant aggro means we have to keep them apart for now.

 

Never a dull moment

 

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38 minutes ago, Antoine said:

You're talkin' to me?

 

Which one's Robert De Niro?

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4 hours ago, Bullbasket said:

Which one's Robert De Niro?

Deffo the cat! 😉 

 

Regards 

 

Steve 

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4 hours ago, Bullbasket said:

Which one's Robert De Niro?

See that determination in Tomcat's eyes?

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I have mentioned before that Merry never shows any interest in my modelling but she does like my wife's jigsaws. 

 

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On 1/29/2020 at 4:58 PM, Aardvark said:

B.R.

Serge

Blimey a feline version of a German Shepherd...

Note anything familiar lol...

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Dear Miss Thunberg,

For the good of our planet, I tried to turn the central heating down.

For his own good, our cat doesn't agree.

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Maybe you could find him a cosy Swedish woollen pull-over?

 

Clean aired regards.

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One of our boys came home last night, haven't seen the little sod in almost 2 weeks and was starting to fear the worst.

 

The git looks at me as if butter wouldn't melt in his mouth. We think he got himself trapped somewhere. The feeling of relief is indescribable.

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That happened to mine a couple of years ago,disappeared for three weeks...When he came back his fur was all matted and he'd lost a fair amount of weight,straight to the vet but he was very nervous for a while....

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9 minutes ago, Mr Bowcat said:

One of our boys came home last night, haven't seen the little sod in almost 2 weeks and was starting to fear the worst.

 

The git looks at me as if butter wouldn't melt in his mouth. We think he got himself trapped somewhere. The feeling of relief is indescribable.

Well, they make us half-mad (out of worry or trying our patience) and still do have the art of acting as if nothing had happened. Part of catness I guess.

All is well that ends well.

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