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    Senior Member fishin'guy's Avatar
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    My one black cat, thinks the chair is his bed-if I'm not sitting in it, he loves it. It's an air type, by varilite, and he knows not to scrath it, or my legs if he falls off. When he was a kitten, he rode around on my lap. butnot any more.
    My son moved back home 2 yrs ago and has pugs, they have come to an "agreement", I won't bother you....IF..... you don't bother me! Dam pugs are to dumb to even know he's in the room, most of the times.

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    Addiesue, is that the white cat you were trying to find a home for? Beautiful cat, no wonder you decided to keep her!

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    No he's the one I found last year and tried to find a home for. LOL That's Dunkin.

    The new white one, Mary, got adopted last week. She had long hair.
    If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.


    Sometimes it is easier to widen doors than it is to open minds.

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    Yes, cats love the Varilite too
    TH 12, 43 years post

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    I have to de-furr my cushion almost every morning or end up having my own furry butt from all the cat hair left there during the night. One of my cats sleeps in my chair at every given opportunity, including during B&B routines, which I always think is cute but odd. Nothing like taking care of buisness with a cat watching your every move from 18" away.
    Mine stand with their toes under the wheels constantly. I literally can't move an inch without checking all sides of the chair, although they have learned to respond to "beep, beep!"

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    My cat will not budge. She knows I won't hit her. I have to turn around & go another way. The funniest thing is when anyone goes in the bathroom & starts to come out she jumps up on the love seat and puts her paw through the crack between the door facing & the door and puts her paw out right in their face. Scares them to death. She loves to do it. I hope you understood. Hard to explain.
    She torn holes in 2 rohos. So she's not allowed on them any more.

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    Oh I can just picture that Mona. How funny.
    T7-8 since Feb 2005

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    Laughing about the cat in the bathroom. Mine sits in my chair when I take a shower. I guess he likes the sauna effect. Today he finally got the cushion. He almost never sits like that so he must really be happy there.
    If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.


    Sometimes it is easier to widen doors than it is to open minds.

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    Very content. I know that look. Leave me alone. It's mine know. lol
    You do get to know all their looks.
    Yesterday Squirrel (my cat) kept crying, pacing for a couple of hours early morning.
    I never did figure out what she was saying.
    She'll do that if her bowls are empty, litter needs help, etc.
    But yesterday everything was fine.

    Your cat looks very happy. Glad she got on it today.

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