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Old 01-02-2013, 06:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 01-02-2013, 07:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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HA!! # 7 says cats catch critters. One night one of our cats caught one of those big water bugs (the ones that look like giant cockroaches) on our screened in porch and brought it to me as a gift - ALIVE - as I was sleeping!! I woke up to it crawling up my arm! I almost had a heart attack! I AM thankful for my babies, but can live without their (live) treats.
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#9 !!! That cat with the mouse hoodie is awesome. My cat always makes something stupid that just has me laughing out loud alone like an idiot. Laughing keeps me sane sometimes.
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ET never brought me any live lizards or cockroaches, its all dead when I found them under his bed. Instead, a stray that I had been feeding brought me a half dead lizard.
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I was once babysitting my friends' baby late night and their indoor/outdoor cat brought me half dead rat. I didnt know what to do, i was little worried that he would take this rat to the baby's bed, since he sleeps there sometimes. so i threw away that rat to their backyard. 10 minutes later cat brought the rat back home to me
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HA!! # 7 says cats catch critters. One night one of our cats caught one of those big water bugs (the ones that look like giant cockroaches) on our screened in porch and brought it to me as a gift - ALIVE - as I was sleeping!! I woke up to it crawling up my arm! I almost had a heart attack! I AM thankful for my babies, but can live without their (live) treats.
I had the same thing happen to me, but Egypt ended up playing with it and killing it and just hiding it under my blanket for when I went to sleep. She even sat on the bed and presented it to me to make sure I found it. When she figured out I was too stupid to eat it, she snacked on it herself.

The slideshow was sweet. I kitties!
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Old 01-03-2013, 02:57 PM   #7 (permalink)
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That was sweet. How about they are a good hot water bottle on a chilly night.
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:22 PM   #8 (permalink)
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it's funny!! My beloved and missed Blackie once brought me a bird a live one to my bed. He threw it right there in my bed, poor bird was scared to death. Needless to say Blackie wasn't happy with me when I let the bird go lol. He looked at me like thinking to himself "this girl is seriously stupid, I just went through all the trouble to bring her that bird, If would of known, I would have eaten that bird myself" hahhahah I love him, and miss him so much
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I'm thankful for Gatita's loving embraces as we fall asleep cheek to cheek, both of us purring contentedly.

I'm thankful for all the love they give back and how appreciative and grateful they are. I took them in to save their lives, but they ended up saving mine.
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HA!! # 7 says cats catch critters. One night one of our cats caught one of those big water bugs (the ones that look like giant cockroaches) on our screened in porch and brought it to me as a gift - ALIVE - as I was sleeping!! I woke up to it crawling up my arm! I almost had a heart attack! I AM thankful for my babies, but can live without their (live) treats.
LOL! My cat's the same way----will play with bugs, but doesn't actually kill them.
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