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janet - 18-2-2008 at 10:52

Is what wine-box-cat says!


Daz - 18-2-2008 at 12:33

Hmmm, sometimes I do worry when I see pics' like that, because I'm not convinced some of these "situations" are entirely created by the cat...


Quaver - 18-2-2008 at 13:31

Cute!:love1)


John_Little - 18-2-2008 at 13:41

Good to see we are not the only ones who take a photo without tidying up first. Carpet could do with a bit of a hoover.

John


janet - 18-2-2008 at 13:51

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Originally posted by Daz
Hmmm, sometimes I do worry when I see pics' like that, because I'm not convinced some of these "situations" are entirely created by the cat...


Well, we left the wine carrier there - she did the rest. :}


janet - 18-2-2008 at 13:51

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Originally posted by John_Little
Good to see we are not the only ones who take a photo without tidying up first. Carpet could do with a bit of a hoover.

John


Heh - the cleaners weren't due for another week.

The carpet could do with being REPLACED. :}


scholar - 18-2-2008 at 15:12

Seven has some of the most interesting colors and markings I have ever seen. Does she have two shades of brown, or is it a combination of brown and while that gives the light brown impression? I have rarely seen a tri-color cat. Is there such a thing as a quad-color cat?

Is she now larger than when we first saw her?:)


janet - 18-2-2008 at 15:13

She's got black, brown, ginger and white - she's a very odd little per.. cat. :}

She' a bit bigger but not a lot - I don't think she'll ever be very big, but her mother isn't a large cat.


scholar - 18-2-2008 at 15:50

I've heard that limiting the food supply can be a key part of limiting size. If true, the story is that they will keep eating food they especially like, beyond what their body needs for nutrition.

I once saw a cat that was grossly overweight. It looked like a pillow with a head on it.

Jay Leno mentioned a magazine article "5 Tips for Reducing Your Pet's Weight." He said, "How about just one tip--stop over-feeding your pet. What, is Rover sneaking out and buying extra food at the Seven-Eleven?":D:D:D


Daz - 18-2-2008 at 22:16

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Originally posted by janet
Quote:
Originally posted by Daz
Hmmm, sometimes I do worry when I see pics' like that, because I'm not convinced some of these "situations" are entirely created by the cat...


Well, we left the wine carrier there - she did the rest. :}


Sorry Janet, I didn't mean to cause offence, I thought it was a "general" internet pic, not one of you own snaps...... The former are the ones I'm sometimes suspicious of.... redface


Redwolf5150 - 18-2-2008 at 22:23

I miss my tortoise-shell kitty.

:(


janet - 18-2-2008 at 22:25

Grin - it's ok - I'd think about posing her if she didn't manage to get into such positions all on her own! :}

However, I've just had to explain to CD's boyfriend -who stopped by to pick up some stuff - that the cat *had* actually been fed in the last week (in the last few hours, in fact) and that he was to ignore her "ohh, woe, no one loves me, for look, I pine away to nothing" act, that generally ends with her placing one paw on your nose and looking soulfully into your eyes...

She hopes this will result in the application of cuddles and the provision of gooshy food, you see.

Cuddles, she gets. Gooshy food comes at feeding times, no matter how hard she tries!


Daz - 18-2-2008 at 22:44

Quote:
Originally posted by janet
Grin - it's ok - I'd think about posing her if she didn't manage to get into such positions all on her own! :}

However, I've just had to explain to CD's boyfriend -who stopped by to pick up some stuff - that the cat *had* actually been fed in the last week (in the last few hours, in fact) and that he was to ignore her "ohh, woe, no one loves me, for look, I pine away to nothing" act, that generally ends with her placing one paw on your nose and looking soulfully into your eyes...

She hopes this will result in the application of cuddles and the provision of gooshy food, you see.

Cuddles, she gets. Gooshy food comes at feeding times, no matter how hard she tries!


Ah yes, I recognise that trait... Both of ours have got that down to a tee... :D waveysmiley


janet - 18-2-2008 at 22:56

It's new for 7, but then, she's only little. ;)


scholar - 18-2-2008 at 23:02

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Originally posted by janet
However, I've just had to explain to CD's boyfriend -who stopped by to pick up some stuff - that the cat *had* actually been fed in the last week (in the last few hours, in fact) and that he was to ignore her "ohh, woe, no one loves me, for look, I pine away to nothing" act, that generally ends with her placing one paw on your nose and looking soulfully into your eyes...
She is at eye-level!shocked_yellowshocked_yellowshocked_yellow
You just said that she has not grown much. Have you shrunk?scared_stiff scared_stiff


LSemmens - 19-2-2008 at 11:23

Are you sure she's not sneaking the odd mouse and budgie, behind your back? Just remember, she is a cat, and cats usually get what they want. Dogs have masters (or mistresses) cats have staff! waveysmiley


janet - 19-2-2008 at 11:33

If she's eating mice, I've no objection - she's getting them before there's any evidence they're here!