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    Senior Member DDYTDY's Avatar
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    For Cat people :o)


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    cute! and ohh soooo true!
    Where am I going?......

    ....and why am I in this handbasket?

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    Senior Member DDYTDY's Avatar
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    I had a cat that when I slept in, used to attack my feet but when I looked up she'd be gone. If I kept my head up I would catch her just peeking over the foot of the bed.

    Our current crew acts as the back up alarm when the clock "fails" every weekend. Also If we stay up late the seek us out to complain.

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    Rawwrrrrrrrrr! wolfpack's Avatar
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    that's so funny! i saw that the other week and it's pretty much what my kitty does when she wants to go out. well, 'cept for the baseball bat
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    My cat wakes me up by sticking her cold, wet nose on my eyelids. It's very effective.
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