My Cat Controls Me
What my Cat did lately
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Last Saturday I came home from a long tired day of running around. I left the lights off as I walked to the back of the house near the bedroom/bathroom hallway. When I got to the hallway, I stepped into something mushy and thick which didn't seem to end no matter which direction I turned. My big old yellow male tabby has a habit of throwing up after eating but I figured he couldn't possibly have thrown up THIS MUCH!!! I made it to the bathroom to turn on the light with my hand full of shopping bags. I dropped the bags in the sink, flipped on the light, looked down the short hallway, and saw a 36 oz plastic jar of modge podge on the floor with a shatter lid, and a four foot trail and pools of the white liquid strewn down the hall. It was one foot wide in some places and about a half inch thick. It took me about 1 hour to clean it up, and I had to throw away my shoes (they were raggedy anyway). It had Spice (my 13 lb, 13 year old male cat) written all over it. The miracle was that neither of my yellow tabbies got into it with their paws in a dark house and neither tracked it anywhere. WHEW!!!
That God for small miracles...smile.
Owner: Campbell Studio
Posted at 4:16 pm Mar 17, 2012 EDT
My big Ragdoll burst out of the front door,as I was walking in today.
He took off top sped around the side of the house.Did a complete circle of the house and ran back up and into the open door.
This took all of a few minutes.All I could do was laugh!!
He's very special.
Posted at 6:59 pm Jul 3, 2012 EDT
LOL! I didn't know a Ragdoll could get up and move like that.
Right now Churchill is sleeping on my desk with his tongue tip hanging out. :-) This is after he drooled all over my keyboard. Sigh. I keep a hankie on hand to clean up after him. He loves to help me type, and it's hard to tell him NO.
Posted at 10:53 pm Jul 3, 2012 EDT
Ooh my... Our Lola the Old Lady will never, ever throw up on an "open space" in the floor. She chooses to vomit on a carpet, sofa or (the favourite) our bed :) And she does it right after I've left in the morning so that it'll be nicely absorbed when I get home again... I think it's her idea of hiding the vomit "on the ground", lol :D
Let's face it: they can do what ever they want and we'll LOVE them! And they know it... ;)
Posted at 5:31 pm Jul 10, 2012 EDT
hahaha...I think Lola is sending messages to my 3...it's almost like they try to run up to higher ground when a hairball is imminent...So much so that practically all my furniture is covered in those cheap little fleecy throws...Home and Garden Magazine would never visit my apt!!
Posted at 5:01 pm Jul 11, 2012 EDT
LOL... I know what you mean :D Those cover throws are very familiar to me too! And I've been forced to throw away carpets, shoes and stuff because of "the hidden vomit" (all time favourite ;D ) that you won't find until after few days... all desiccated and practically impossible to clean up! So Home and Garden- please do not come here!! ;)
Posted at 5:36 pm Jul 11, 2012 EDT
with warm weather is supposed to come bugs...but we got a cat in the past year who is an EXCELLENT hunter and who has developed a taste for bugs. We dont even have fruit flies! so yesterday he was standing at the patio door...the OPEN patio door and managed to catch a fly and eat it..the fly had the whole patio door wide open to escape through but no...Puffin got him...
Posted at 10:12 am Jul 26, 2012 EDT