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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-24-2011, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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I don't agree with the last line (a good pet parent will spay/neuter their pets unless they are a breeder) but otherwise, I like it.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-24-2011, 07:28 PM
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(3) and (4) don't apply at least when comparing Booger to my young nephews.
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I love it!!!! I agree about the last part too, good pet owners fix their animals.

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I should print it/laminate it and hang it on my mom's front door.
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I should print it/laminate it and hang it on my mom's front door.
There you go! Instant solution to your intractable relatives and their obnoxious pets.
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I joke and say how in our home, "cat hair" is a condiment. 0_o No, really. It isn't often you get to eat anything w/out a cat hair in it. Usually attached to a foot as they dab at your plate/bowl, fishing to seewhatchagot and if they might like some of it. I've lost an entire porkchop before. Hey, it was a tense scene in the movie that momentarily diverted my attention!
We really need to stop eating in the livingroom with our plates on our laps.



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I saw a sign in a boutique once, that I really wanted to get!

"No outfit is complete without a few cat hairs"
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I joke and say how in our home, "cat hair" is a condiment. 0_o No, really. It isn't often you get to eat anything w/out a cat hair in it. Usually attached to a foot as they dab at your plate/bowl, fishing to seewhatchagot and if they might like some of it. I've lost an entire porkchop before. Hey, it was a tense scene in the movie that momentarily diverted my attention!
NICE one guys, next time make the phone ring, and let it be her mother, so you can have the rest of her dinner
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NICE one guys, next time make the phone ring, and let it be her mother, so you can have the rest of her dinner
I'm tellin' you!

That Mousie! She'd siddle up to me, leaning her body against my side, rubbing her cheek along my arm, all blinky-eyes and purring ... then ... when a *really* good part came on the movie and I was watching intently, she made her move!
She dabbed her foot onto my plate, hooked the 'chop and carried it to the kitchen. After the scene was over I looked back down to my plate and thought; "I didn't eat the whole pork chop already, did I?" and as I stared in confusion I realized that even if I had, I wouldn't have eaten the *bone* and it was at that moment I realized NO cats were in the livingroom and I was hearing noises in the kitchen ... where I found Silver-Mouse gnawing on the 'chop, growling at her brothers who were sitting in a semi-circle around her to make them keep their distance from her prize.
I let them have it and got myself a new 'chop from the pan.

Then I adjusted my living-room-eating stance to include leaving my arms down around the sides of my plate so I could *feel* kitty-paws reaching for my plate and simply lift my arm to move their questing claws away from my food.



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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-26-2011, 01:49 PM
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I love that! I soooo need to print that off and hang it on my door!
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