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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-01-2003, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone heard of Oh My Cat? It's a perfume designed so that it can be used by cats as well as their owners. The bottle is shaped like a studded cat collar, and it comes with a cloth to wipe the scent onto your cat, in case he/she is afraid of sprays.
I thought it sounded silly when I first read about it, but then someone bought me some as a joke. The verdict? Jet wasn't at all impressed and backed away, blinking, but I actually think it smells quite nice!

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I've heard that cats hate perfume

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It's described as having 'delicate floral essences including jasmine and magnolia'. Maybe he would prefer it if it had essences of fish and chicken?

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ROTFL= rolling on the floor laughing

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Never heard of that before.
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Thank you, Faile

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It took me a long time to learn what those acronyms meant, and longer yet to get used to using them. There are some I won't use! l-o-l means laughing out loud, but if I draw it with a colon and parentheses mark, I get . Try it. : plus) =




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