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Old 03-25-2005, 03:36 PM   #1
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We have a very tolerant cat...heh heh he

This is rufus. Isn't he pretty?
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..that poor cat..lol ~ calls animal protection services ~
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Nice!!!

The second pic shows the emotions the cat is feeling for sure. I can see my five year old trying that on my cat. I better not let her see this and give her the idea...

My ex has a cat named Shorty. He was more stubborn than tolerant though. A good example involves my oldest daughter. At the time she was one and a half or so and walking around getting into everything. So I'm working on the pc and I hear the cat growling and hissing. I'm thinking great, now what... So I look around the corner to make sure everything is alright and I see Daisy holding onto the arm of a chair in the living room. Underneath her feet is Shorty, growling at her. Now before you think that she's mean for using a big, fat cat for a step stool keep in mind that there's no way she could have sneaked up on him and that she had to put one foot at a time onto him. He was just too stubborn to move and would rather whine about the situation than correct it. When I rushed over and picked her up, he gave one final hiss of derision and then laid his head back down, still not moving from his spot.
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that's too funny. great pics. My cat would never allow something like that
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he is awesome. We didn't keep him in that for long.
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HAHAHAHAHA *falls over*

That is AWESOME

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The second pic shows the emotions the cat is feeling for sure.
I agree...just a matter of time until he trips you down the stairs or pees in your shoe!
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The second pic of Rufus is great - you can see the wheels spinning in his brain as he thinks of a way to get even!

And corvuscorax, your dog looks like an extra from "O Brother Where Art Thou"!

This thread is hysterical!
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Just another great reason to get a dog! That is really cute!
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