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It took Rusty and Scratchy about 5 weeks to decide who owned what in the house.

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dontwantaname wrote:It took Rusty and Scratchy about 5 weeks to decide who owned what in the house.



well lets hope it doesn't take that long for Punkin (the cat) to realize that it's still her domain, and we just live in it.

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Cleaning and rearranging the pantry. Amazing how bad it gets in just ten years!!! LOL



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kdccrosby wrote:well lets hope it doesn't take that long for Punkin (the cat) to realize that it's still her domain, and we just live in it.



It shouldn't take long to establish a hierarchy. It may need a couple of skirmishes but soon one will dominate. I suspect it'll be Punkin on the top.

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Iceback wrote:It shouldn't take long to establish a hierarchy. It may need a couple of skirmishes but soon one will dominate. I suspect it'll be Punkin on the top.



Hate to tell you this, but I have had a cat for 8 years that my dog (a rescue shih tzu who was to quote the sheriff "the leader of a pack of vicious dogs) still bosses around. She just HAS to be dominant. The cat climbs up to the top of the cat tree, and there looks quite smug and in charge of all he surveys. On the ground level, though, it is still the dog in charge.

Everybody who has been praying and sending good thoughts for SIL, I have taken a snip from a copy of an email he just sent to friends (known friends I should say), and I know he would want me to quote here:

" I wanted to thank you for your thoughts and prayers. They make me feel loved and give me inspiration to continue fighting. I will keep you posted on the progress in the next few days."

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klozitshoper wrote:Hate to tell you this, but I have had a cat for 8 years that my dog (a rescue shih tzu who was to quote the sheriff "the leader of a pack of vicious dogs) still bosses around. She just HAS to be dominant. The cat climbs up to the top of the cat tree, and there looks quite smug and in charge of all he surveys. On the ground level, though, it is still the dog in charge.

Everybody who has been praying and sending good thoughts for SIL, I have taken a snip from a copy of an email he just sent to friends (known friends I should say), and I know he would want me to quote here:

" I wanted to thank you for your thoughts and prayers. They make me feel loved and give me inspiration to continue fighting. I will keep you posted on the progress in the next few days."



How beautiful. Keeping him in mind and prayers.



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Afternoon, folks.

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AZGman wrote:Afternoon, folks.



Hiya Gman. Just got back from a walk with the pooch.

How's your weekend been? Mine hasn't been long enough

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kdccrosby wrote:Hiya Gman. Just got back from a walk with the pooch.

How's your weekend been? Mine hasn't been long enough



It's been two days. That's it.

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AZGman wrote:It's been two days. That's it.



well I'm always happy for the days off, no matter what else is going on

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kdccrosby wrote:well I'm always happy for the days off, no matter what else is going on



Don't misunderstand - I appreciate the time off; there's just nothing notable to say about it.

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AZGman wrote:Don't misunderstand - I appreciate the time off; there's just nothing notable to say about it.



ahh gotcha. just a normal ole weekend!

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kdccrosby wrote:ahh gotcha. just a normal ole weekend!



I reckon.

Yawn

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head of the NFL makes $10 million a year. wow

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kdccrosby wrote:head of the NFL makes $10 million a year. wow



OCCUPY PRO SPORTS

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AZGman wrote: OCCUPY PRO SPORTS



Yeah! We'll camp out at the stadiums. I'll bring food. you bring beer.

oh.

it's already occupied

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pooflady wrote:How beautiful. Keeping him in mind and prayers.



Me too.

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Joyner - yes regular florescent lights give me migraines. I have to keep trips to "industrial" places minimal. At the University I knew every spot that used different lighting. Of course natural light filters the effect. There is a huge sun roof in the mall where I got sick from the CFLs, but on that day there was a foot or so of snow and ice on it. I had a professor with the same problem, his office light was never on. He told us to just come in. At IDFG and when I had offices at the U, we used halogens or desk lights to reduce the flicker effect. My eyes actually detect the flicker of florescent lights. I can also see the refresh on old monitors and some TVs.

Kdc - Xena is gorgeous, I hope she and pumpkin sort out ownership in a friendly manner. What does nephew think of Auntie's dog?

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KtCallista wrote:Joyner - yes regular florescent lights give me migraines. I have to keep trips to "industrial" places minimal. At the University I knew every spot that used different lighting. Of course natural light filters the effect. There is a huge sun roof in the mall where I got sick from the CFLs, but on that day there was a foot or so of snow and ice on it. I had a professor with the same problem, his office light was never on. He told us to just come in. At IDFG and when I had offices at the U, we used halogens or desk lights to reduce the flicker effect. My eyes actually detect the flicker of florescent lights. I can also see the refresh on old monitors and some TVs.

Kdc - Xena is gorgeous, I hope she and pumpkin sort out ownership in a friendly manner. What does nephew think of Auntie's dog?



Nephew looked at me and said I was a sucker.

Then said "she isn't going to sleep with me, is she"

all the while Xena was curled up with her head on his leg. LOL

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g'night

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AZGman wrote:g'night



Night G'man


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kdccrosby wrote:Night G'man


Just for the record, I have overcome the urge to give a poop report ala d'name.....



Why?



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kdccrosby wrote:Night G'man


Just for the record, I have overcome the urge to give a poop report ala d'name.....



We appreciate it.



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pooflady wrote:We appreciate it.



Why?

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dontwantaname wrote:Me too.



He is an exceptional person.

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Evening all. Just watched the Hallmark movie on ABC. It was pretty good.



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ThunderThighs wrote:Evening all. Just watched the Hallmark movie on ABC. It was pretty good.



I watched it too. I enjoyed it.

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I love Wheat Thin Stix - Honey Wheat. Maisy always shares some with me. If the cat is around, he gets some too. Tonight he ate almost an entire stick. I give it to him in small bigs... about 1/2" at a time.



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ThunderThighs wrote:I love Wheat Thin Stix - Honey Wheat. Maisy always shares some with me. If the cat is around, he gets some too. Tonight he ate almost an entire stick. I give it to him in small bigs... about 1/2" at a time.



Fat cat?


I love how the animals know the sound of every package that has food they can eat.

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dontwantaname wrote:Fat cat?


I love how the animals know the sound of every package that has food they can eat.



The can opener! That meant tuna fish!!!



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OK, fine.

Nobody talk.

Not even noone.

I'll be back tomorrow to give the poo report.
I didn't witness any poo today. Hubby did morning walk and I didn't check the yard.

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pooflady wrote:The can opener! That meant tuna fish!!!



Oh, you posted.


Maybe I'll stay.

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dontwantaname wrote:Oh, you posted.


Maybe I'll stay.



No1 hasn't been around much.



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dontwantaname wrote:Fat cat?


I love how the animals know the sound of every package that has food they can eat.

Not really but he's fattened up a bit since being here because he's not outside hunting all the time. There were cat doors at ex's house.



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ThunderThighs wrote:Not really but he's fattened up a bit since being here because he's not outside hunting all the time. There were cat doors at ex's house.



Too many cars here to have an outdoor/indoor cat.

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pooflady wrote:The can opener! That meant tuna fish!!!


That's how we got one cat out of the wall before the tile guy was getting ready to close in the wall in the bathroom. Stupid cats.



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pooflady wrote:No1 hasn't been around much.



If he is real, maybe he has a real life.
And Chunder on weekday afternoons.

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dontwantaname wrote:Too many cars here to have an outdoor/indoor cat.

Last time I had a dog/cat door, the cat was always bringing in tailless lizards, dead birds/mice/UFOs. Then stray cats would wander in. Then I found a rat on my kitchen counter trying to get into a covered dish I'd left out.

This cat is a hunter too. There were ALWAYS dead varmits in the house every time you walked in. The police asked about them when we found the ex because there were about 6 in various places in the house. They wondered if it was some sick ritual or something.



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ThunderThighs wrote:Last time I had a dog/cat door, the cat was always bringing in tailless lizards, dead birds/mice/UFOs. Then stray cats would wander in. Then I found a rat on my kitchen counter trying to get into a covered dish I'd left out.

This cat is a hunter too. There were ALWAYS dead varmits in the house every time you walked in. The police asked about them when we found the ex because there were about 6 in various places in the house. They wondered if it was some sick ritual or something.



Ewww.
I put the bird feeders back out, and find feathers all the time. The feral cats are killing the birds.
Daughter shared a room on the Vineyard with a hunting cat. He liked to bring her live animals and then kill them for her!
He gave the guy renting another room a headless baby bunny.
He was always looking for something to hunt. Even in the house.

Scratchy is lazy. I've seen bugs land next to him and he just looked at them.


I found a bird head and one bird leg up at the park the other day.


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I'm out.

See ya tomorrow.

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