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Old 02-13-2005, 10:14 AM   #1
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What does your cat do with it's leisure time?

Well, here is one my cats enjoying it's favorite hobby.
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Old 02-13-2005, 10:36 AM   #2
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LOL Cute Jc.
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One good cat pic deserves another!
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Does anybody's cats ever manage to get into the fish food? I'd imagine that they'd find it delicious!
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Yes ... my cat gets into my algae wafer packages IF it is left in the envelope packaging instead of a hard plastic case.

Jchillin: my cat does the same thing only she has built up her muscles so much that she rarely uses the stand at all for support ... it is insane how strong she got with the fish tank for her amusement
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Does anybody's cats ever manage to get into the fish food? I'd imagine that they'd find it delicious!
That's not the best shot of Squirrel--she loves flake and pellets. Josie loves algae wafers.
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I have seen interesting things from our cats and our tanks.

My oldest cat is going on 9 years now and I honetly can never reacall her bothering thet tanks much. I have had tanks very soon after I got her as a kitten. Our middle cat whom will be 2 in July used to sit infront of the tank and even get up on our bar and try dangle her paw down toward the top of one tank (we have a tank in a dry bar). But now she could car less for the fish in all honesty. Our newest kitten at 2-3 months is very much interested in those little things moving around in the tanks.
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My cats view the tanks as one would watch TV. Only one of them insists on drinking from the HOB
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All of my cats are very lazy. Except around midnight when they go tearing through the house.
But here are some cute pictures of them..
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