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Old 02-14-2005, 05:24 PM   #21
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speaking of books... has anyone read Everything I Know I learned from my cat

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Kat, I would have to say your cat is truly spoiled. I mean...a front row seat??? I don't even get that!
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Cats have anything but leisure time?!? Mine eats and sleeps mostly....he really doesn't do a lot, and could not care less about the fish, ferrets, parrots, etc.
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apparently Rufus has taken an interest in extreme sports
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apparently Rufus has taken an interest in extreme sports
Urf...that brings back a tragic memory from my childhood.
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OH no! Toirtis! I'm so sorry! He didn't actually ride in it. He just jumped in while I was doing laundry. Yeiks! Sorry!!
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OH no! Toirtis! I'm so sorry! Yeiks! Sorry!!
No worries....I just remember my aunt making a rather gruesome discovery when she went to take out a load of freshly tumbled laundry....back when I was about 6-7. At least it taught me to always double-check the dryer before shutting the door.
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Our oldest cat, hank, is three and 18lbs. At feeding time he jumps up at the fish in the tank. I will be sitting onthe couch and an 18lb ball of orange fur will burst into the air and disapear behind the couch again. He spends the rest of his time up on the computer desk, laying on the key board demanding attention while I am trying to answer posts here on AA!
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