Cats?

bluedogz Posted By bluedogz, Oct 20, 2011 at 1:59 PM

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  1. snowleopard

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    Master of all he surveys.
     
  2. BrotherBart

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    Yeah I expected somebody to show up for a good while.

    It was a year before I figured out why she ran away from wherever home was. We walk in the woods most every day. One day as we were nearing the road I heard the sounds of some little kids playing. The usual cacophony of little kid chatter and laughter. Her eyes got as big as saucers and she did a 180 and ran flat out back into the woods. Not any other time before or since has she done other than follow me or come toward me.

    I am convinced she came from somewhere with little kids that played too rough with her.
     
  3. begreen

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    Our cat is a basket case. If there is a basket or box around he will find it. I tried this product a couple weeks ago and he immediately adopted the box He was especially contented because it was close to the stove.
     

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  4. Mt Ski Bum

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    :lol: My cat would love that box... it combines two of the things she likes most: boxes & heat! She'll lay right up against the heat registers at my parent's house just soaking up the heat... also, if there is a box in sight, she's almost instantly jumping in it... even if it is already full of stuff...
     
  5. firefighterjake

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    SnowLeopard . . . made my day with the "Canceling son's spay/neuter/euthanasia appointment" comment.

    'Bert . . . great pics.

    BeGreen . . . my cat Theodore Roosevelt who went MIA had a thing for baskets and boxes . . . if there was an empty one he would be in it . . . all we could figure is that it reminded him of when he was a kitten since my wife said the house she got him from kept all the kittens in a laundry basket.
     
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    We've left the box there for him. The product was not so hot, but he loves that box, especially when the stove is running.
     
  7. JV_Thimble

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    He likes the heat and he's nippliferous. Not sure of the spelling on that word, but everyone understand when I point at him and use the word. ☺

    His name is Iggy, P. Iggy, or Mr. Big. They all suit him well.
     

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