December 4th 04, 06:50 AM
Could be much worse
Im in Long island, here we have these big blood red colored Norwegian
My cat brought one in and showed it my girlfriend on as she sat on the
She ran out screaming with her pants down and jumped on the sofa, knocked
the clock down. I was in tears laughing and almost gave myself a hernia.
She has since left me over the cat.
My girlfriend dumped me
"-Ron" > wrote in message
> My girlfriend was taking a nap and the cat dropped one into the covers,
> neighbors heard the screaming down the street and called the cops who
> literally knocked me over and out the way when I opened the door.
> She's traumatized, Dr. had to prescribe these expensive pills to fall
> I live between a lake and a bay, these things get in the strangest ways
> Garage door, attic, etc.
> I had an exterminator bomb the place, the cat still finds a way to find
> "Tiger Girl" > wrote in message
> > On Wed, 01 Dec 2004 03:33:43 GMT, "-Ron"
> > > wrote:
> > >My 1 year old cat recently started to catch live water bugs.
> > >She jumps and drops them in my bed when im sleeping, usually in the
> > Oh, my God, I just developed a much stronger tolerance for my cat's
> > new habit of humping the sofa pillows. Water bugs in the bed???
> > EEEEUUUGGGGHHHHH!!!!!
> > >Any way stop this without insulting her ?
> > I can't think of anything worse she might do if you _do_ insult her,
> > short of defecating in the bed. And given what I know of water bugs,
> > I'm not so sure that defacating would actually be worse! It may be
> > time to start sleeping with her on one side of the bedroom door and
> > you and the bed on the other. I'd hate to kick my kitty out of bed,
> > but I think that giant flying insects first thing in the morning would
> > persuade me to.
> > Best of luck...