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What weird things does your cat eat? by jmcquown[_2_]
Okay, we all know cats are a little strange. John's cat, Precious, sneaked up and stole a Brussels sprout off his dinner plate! I don't know if Persia would be interested in Brussels sprouts. She does beg for chips/crisps or crackers if I'm snacking. She once stole a hamburger patty right...
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September 6th 12 12:05 AM
by Nadia N. Go to last post
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It's not forgotten yet by Christina Websell
I've told you all that Boyfie's bedroom is sancrosant but I got him off his duvet last week to go to TED for his important injections. I went into his bedroom today to get something out of the airing cupboard which is in there. He was sitting on the windowsill looking at the butterflies on the...
September 5th 12 09:23 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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RIP icanhazcheezburger? by Jack Campin
Their new user interface is just about unusable. Very very slow, often doesn't succeed in loading complete pages, and worst of all: I used to access pages via their RSS feed in my Firefox bookmarks toolbar. That is no longer being updated, and there doesn't seem to be any way of getting a list of...
September 5th 12 11:37 AM
by Jane[_3_] Go to last post
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RIP Michael Clarke Duncan (actor) by jmcquown[_2_]
I didn't see the news yesterday; John told me this morning. A wonderful actor, Michael Clarke Duncan died after complications from a heart attack he suffered in July. Probably best known for his character as John Coffey in 'The Green Mile' (with Tom Hanks), this gentle giant will be missed. ...
September 5th 12 01:08 AM
by Joy Go to last post
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Winner of the Golden Kitty award in the first-ever cat video filmfestival by Nadia N.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/offbeat/story/2012/09/02/cat-video-winner.html The video is hilarious. And Henry is a gorgeous kitty who looks like my little monster's long-lost twin. There are 2 more Henry videos on YouTube which are also worth...
September 4th 12 08:43 PM
by Bastette Go to last post
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There was this woman by Christina Websell
Collecting for the Cat's Protection League outside the Pet Shop in the next village to me. I always go in there if I am there as that's where I got my last hens from, and they are not great performers egg wise and I want to look at the hens they are selling for 18.99 each. I don't carry much...
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September 4th 12 12:15 PM
by Adrian[_4_] Go to last post
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Pet shaming, Little Boy style by Mark Edwards
"Pet shaming" (http://cat-shaming.tumblr.com/), attaching a note to a pet to tell the world about their bad habits, like "I am a muffin-stealing whore" (http://imgur.com/gallery/eZ7qO) in one picture, appears to be a new meme. Here's Little Boy's take on...
September 4th 12 06:27 AM
by Bastette Go to last post
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Mooom! by Mark Edwards
This morning, as I often do, I torment Apache by picking her up and chanting, "Kisses and cuddles! Kisses and cuddles!" She often gives token resistance, and a 'meeeew' or two, before I let her back down. This morning, she looked directly at Senyah and shouted what sounded like, "Mom! Mooom!"...
September 3rd 12 09:19 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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A lasting tribute to a companion and friend by Corey
Recently I lost my friend and companion Baxter. He was a domestic short hair cat I found shivering in the rain 12 years ago. He was just a kitten and he was so skinny his ribs were showing. My wife nursed him back to health and he became one of the family. He was invaluable to me after I lost my...
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September 3rd 12 09:17 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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Wish me luck (OT) by Lesley
I may have mentioned the situation at work- the harrassment over moving me into an office where I don't want to go (long story) and the fact that after next year they will be cutting my wages by 200 a month because they've regraded us to save money although it now looks like some of us will keep...
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September 1st 12 10:41 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Shop Cats! by Mark Edwards
Came across a little run-down gun shop while I was in Dallas this morning. It had the expected little signs like, "If you're caught around here at night, you'll be found here tomorrow morning" and so on. The entire interior could easily be described as 'shop worn'. As I stood just inside the...
September 1st 12 10:37 PM
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Bast**d cat trick by ann791
Time for bed and I turn off the livingroom light and start closing things up for the night. Check the front porch, no cats. Okay close the door. No cats on back porch. I put the alarm on. I always like to do a nose count to know where the 3 cats are. Cinnamon, Samwise but no Lucy Lu. Back into...
September 1st 12 09:45 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Illegal immigrant welcomed in California (not OT) by Joy
http://news.yahoo.com/stowaway-cat-china-says-ni-hao-home-195921409.html -- Joy For every action, there is an equal and opposite criticism. -- Stephen Wright
September 1st 12 07:39 PM
by Joy Go to last post
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Morning routines by ---MIKE---
Amber and Tiger are creatures of habit. They have a series of morning routines that rarely changes. When I get up I tell Amber to wait on the bed for her hug (she usually sleeps on my bed). I go upstairs (that's where the living room/kitchen is) and Tiger meets me at the top of the stairs. ...
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August 31st 12 11:53 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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The TED visit by Christina Websell
I was so anxious that Boyfie should not get a clue about it that I waited outside for Claire to arrive with Tigger so she didn't ring the doorbell. Unfortunately she was late as Tigger had done the star shaped thing and she couldn't get him into his carrier for ages. I told her not to speak as...
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August 31st 12 10:14 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Bedtime routine by ---MIKE---
About 9 PM I turn off the TV, go use the love glove on Amber and tell her how good and beautiful she is. Then I head down stairs and tell her it's time for Friskies (indoor delights), a snack that she likes. She goes down stairs and I give her a sample. Tiger is there and he wants some too. ...
August 31st 12 03:05 PM
by news[_3_] Go to last post
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Tomorrow by Christina Websell
Boyfie & Tigger are going to TED for their injections. Claire will have to be 20 minutes before to get Boyfie into his box to go there. If he sees his box he knows it's TED and he is a starfish, even if we can catch him. He stretches out more than four legs. Anyway, he has to go there. Tigger...
August 30th 12 12:50 AM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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The Wall, This is the end of it by Christina Websell
I have taken legal advice from two solicitors who specialise in boundary disputes (which is what this is.) They have both said that while they are prepared to act for me, they advise against it because a boundary dispute can gallop away into so many legal fees through pride that you can lose...
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August 29th 12 10:21 PM
by Bastette Go to last post
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OK, my neighbours blew it! by Christina Websell
Yesterday I heard a lot of excited chattering at full volume near to my back door over the fence. My neighbours are incapable of speaking in normal tones for some reason. I eventually went out to find they were "pruning" two of my trees by gettting on a ladder and leaning over my fence. Yes,...
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August 28th 12 02:55 PM
by Cheryl[_5_] Go to last post
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Grammar peeves by Bastette
Starting a new thread so Tweed won't think we're all gossiping about her. :) Mike wrote: The mistakes that bother me the most are the use of SEEN where SAW would be correct and the incorrect use of THERE, THEIR, and THEY'RE. Grammar peeves are like... well, you know. :) Everybody has one....
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August 27th 12 04:27 AM
by Bastette Go to last post
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