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Old 02-14-2005, 08:17 PM   #31
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ah, my cats love when I feed the catfish.. the minute I open the food they run over and want to sniff it... of course they watch the fish in the middle of the night (i've observed this, and then they fight over who gets the to sit on the stool next to the tank)

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Whether the laundry is dirty and waiting its turn for the washing machine, or it's clean and folded, waiting to be put away....it can't stay away from the kitty!
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my cat enjoys looking out the window and destroying my blinds.
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I know exactly where you guys are coming from. As soon as a piece of laundry gets taken out of the laundry bin, somehow his butt seems to find it. When I open the dryer, he jumps right in. If he wants the blinds open, he will let you know it by scratching at it and most of the time he will open them up with one paw and jump through, one time bringing the entire blind down with him. He has even learned how to pull aside the sheers to get a peek outside.
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In your first pic.... would that be a new breed of Cat-Fish??? I think you may want to add a tad more substrate... you seem to be a little low... and the under the kitty litter filter can be very messy once you try to clean it...
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apparently Rufus has taken an interest in extreme sports
Urf...that brings back a tragic memory from my childhood.
I had a friend lose a cat that way too.

I guess my cat isn't like most cats. haha. He only watches the fish from the floor, and he never goes anywhere near the dryer or the clean clothes.
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When I was around 5 or 6, our cat took a ride in the dryer. My mother asked who put sneakers in the dryer and when she realized no one had, the cat was rescued.

Back to fun kitty leisure time pics!

Two of the knuckle-heads like to lay in the recycle bin.
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