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CFMBabs' Blog: Cats Everywhere.

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#1 Joelf


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Posted 14 January 2013 - 10:27 AM

Here's a little taster from CFMBabs Blog:

Cats Everywhere.

Heating on! Now where are my boots?

Those flakes were growing in size, Mmmm! it may be sticking. The cats certainly thought so. Note I say cats yes I now have a menagerie! One Meowing, one stretched in front of the fire and one sat on the work top -- Sat on the worktop?? "Hey Geroff"

Meeeoww!...........Read More!

Enjoy!! :emoticons-clap:

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 05:57 AM

I am so pleased to read that I'm not the only person at the mercy of a feline, in my case it's just one though! I also know that the best thing to do is just cooperate and give them anything they want...or else.

When Dolly wants out and I am in bed she hangs off the net curtains and I have to get up to rescue her so as long as I'm up... The only problem for her is that it takes me much longer to get out of bed and do anything these days so she can hang by her claws for quite awhile! Well she keeps doing it!

My dear ole Ma sometimes cleans my kitchen and I find it amusing and satisfying to see Dolly's footprints wiped off one surface just to appear on another until it gets to the point that the surface to be cleaned is occupied...

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