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Old October 21st 04, 01:22 AM
Singh
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Default Odessa sighting!

First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.

Okay, okay, y'all are right. She's pulling a nasty little feline trick
for the sole and specific purpose of scaring the pants off her mama.

About an hour ago she came out of our bedroom, squeaked at me, and took
off. And Louie had been having fits about her getting into the rafters!
I'll give him the what-for about spooking me like that! A bit later I
went and put some stuff in the dryer, turned it on, and she darted from
behind the machine like a cat out of hell, which she may be if this
keeps up. Being pitch-black has not helped us, even with a flashlight;
she's an expert, my little Black Russian, and had no doubt been a KGB
secret agent in a past life. I'm just glad my husband was wrong about
her getting stuck, and that she's hiding but safe. I was more scared
that she snuck out while I was checking the hallway for a package I was
awaiting. That girl's carrying camo in her makeup bag, the little devil!

Blessed be,
Baha

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Old October 21st 04, 03:32 AM
Jo Firey
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"Singh" wrote in message
...
First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.



Told ya she was going to be a brat.

Now, be nice to Louie. Charlie does the same thing when he gets worried
about the animals. He gets upset and then he decides I need to be more
upset than I am already so starts telling me all that could/might be wrong.
Like I don't know how to worry properly without help.

Jo


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Old October 21st 04, 03:32 AM
Jo Firey
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"Singh" wrote in message
...
First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.



Told ya she was going to be a brat.

Now, be nice to Louie. Charlie does the same thing when he gets worried
about the animals. He gets upset and then he decides I need to be more
upset than I am already so starts telling me all that could/might be wrong.
Like I don't know how to worry properly without help.

Jo


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Old October 21st 04, 03:32 AM
Jo Firey
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"Singh" wrote in message
...
First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.



Told ya she was going to be a brat.

Now, be nice to Louie. Charlie does the same thing when he gets worried
about the animals. He gets upset and then he decides I need to be more
upset than I am already so starts telling me all that could/might be wrong.
Like I don't know how to worry properly without help.

Jo


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Old October 21st 04, 05:17 AM
Steve Touchstone
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On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 20:22:59 -0400, Singh
wrote:

First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.

Okay, okay, y'all are right. She's pulling a nasty little feline trick
for the sole and specific purpose of scaring the pants off her mama.

About an hour ago she came out of our bedroom, squeaked at me, and took
off. And Louie had been having fits about her getting into the rafters!
I'll give him the what-for about spooking me like that! A bit later I
went and put some stuff in the dryer, turned it on, and she darted from
behind the machine like a cat out of hell, which she may be if this
keeps up. Being pitch-black has not helped us, even with a flashlight;
she's an expert, my little Black Russian, and had no doubt been a KGB
secret agent in a past life. I'm just glad my husband was wrong about
her getting stuck, and that she's hiding but safe. I was more scared
that she snuck out while I was checking the hallway for a package I was
awaiting. That girl's carrying camo in her makeup bag, the little devil!


Claming purrs coming to the worried hoomins, along with purrs for the
wayward kitten to stop worrying her hoomins
--
Steve Touchstone,
faithful servant of Sammy, Little Bit and Rocky

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Old October 21st 04, 05:17 AM
Steve Touchstone
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On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 20:22:59 -0400, Singh
wrote:

First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.

Okay, okay, y'all are right. She's pulling a nasty little feline trick
for the sole and specific purpose of scaring the pants off her mama.

About an hour ago she came out of our bedroom, squeaked at me, and took
off. And Louie had been having fits about her getting into the rafters!
I'll give him the what-for about spooking me like that! A bit later I
went and put some stuff in the dryer, turned it on, and she darted from
behind the machine like a cat out of hell, which she may be if this
keeps up. Being pitch-black has not helped us, even with a flashlight;
she's an expert, my little Black Russian, and had no doubt been a KGB
secret agent in a past life. I'm just glad my husband was wrong about
her getting stuck, and that she's hiding but safe. I was more scared
that she snuck out while I was checking the hallway for a package I was
awaiting. That girl's carrying camo in her makeup bag, the little devil!


Claming purrs coming to the worried hoomins, along with purrs for the
wayward kitten to stop worrying her hoomins
--
Steve Touchstone,
faithful servant of Sammy, Little Bit and Rocky

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Home Page:
http://www.sirinet.net/~stouchst/index.html
Cat Pix: http://www.sirinet.net/~stouchst/animals.html
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Old October 21st 04, 05:17 AM
Steve Touchstone
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On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 20:22:59 -0400, Singh
wrote:

First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.

Okay, okay, y'all are right. She's pulling a nasty little feline trick
for the sole and specific purpose of scaring the pants off her mama.

About an hour ago she came out of our bedroom, squeaked at me, and took
off. And Louie had been having fits about her getting into the rafters!
I'll give him the what-for about spooking me like that! A bit later I
went and put some stuff in the dryer, turned it on, and she darted from
behind the machine like a cat out of hell, which she may be if this
keeps up. Being pitch-black has not helped us, even with a flashlight;
she's an expert, my little Black Russian, and had no doubt been a KGB
secret agent in a past life. I'm just glad my husband was wrong about
her getting stuck, and that she's hiding but safe. I was more scared
that she snuck out while I was checking the hallway for a package I was
awaiting. That girl's carrying camo in her makeup bag, the little devil!


Claming purrs coming to the worried hoomins, along with purrs for the
wayward kitten to stop worrying her hoomins
--
Steve Touchstone,
faithful servant of Sammy, Little Bit and Rocky

[remove Junk for email]
Home Page:
http://www.sirinet.net/~stouchst/index.html
Cat Pix: http://www.sirinet.net/~stouchst/animals.html
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Old October 21st 04, 08:30 AM
LOL
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Singh wrote in message ...
First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.

Okay, okay, y'all are right. She's pulling a nasty little feline trick
for the sole and specific purpose of scaring the pants off her mama.

About an hour ago she came out of our bedroom, squeaked at me, and took
off. And Louie had been having fits about her getting into the rafters!
I'll give him the what-for about spooking me like that! A bit later I
went and put some stuff in the dryer, turned it on, and she darted from
behind the machine like a cat out of hell, which she may be if this
keeps up. Being pitch-black has not helped us, even with a flashlight;
she's an expert, my little Black Russian, and had no doubt been a KGB
secret agent in a past life. I'm just glad my husband was wrong about
her getting stuck, and that she's hiding but safe. I was more scared
that she snuck out while I was checking the hallway for a package I was
awaiting. That girl's carrying camo in her makeup bag, the little devil!

Blessed be,
Baha



Heh. Lil stinker. I read this post before I posted in the thread
about her being missing, and I'm glad to know that she's safe. Tiger
and Tallulah are good, sweet kitties most of the time, so I'm having
them send out behave-yourself purrs to Odessa. I am afraid that such
purrs from Ozzy or Hubert would be too full of hypocrisy to be
effective.

------
Krista
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Old October 21st 04, 08:30 AM
LOL
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Singh wrote in message ...
First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.

Okay, okay, y'all are right. She's pulling a nasty little feline trick
for the sole and specific purpose of scaring the pants off her mama.

About an hour ago she came out of our bedroom, squeaked at me, and took
off. And Louie had been having fits about her getting into the rafters!
I'll give him the what-for about spooking me like that! A bit later I
went and put some stuff in the dryer, turned it on, and she darted from
behind the machine like a cat out of hell, which she may be if this
keeps up. Being pitch-black has not helped us, even with a flashlight;
she's an expert, my little Black Russian, and had no doubt been a KGB
secret agent in a past life. I'm just glad my husband was wrong about
her getting stuck, and that she's hiding but safe. I was more scared
that she snuck out while I was checking the hallway for a package I was
awaiting. That girl's carrying camo in her makeup bag, the little devil!

Blessed be,
Baha



Heh. Lil stinker. I read this post before I posted in the thread
about her being missing, and I'm glad to know that she's safe. Tiger
and Tallulah are good, sweet kitties most of the time, so I'm having
them send out behave-yourself purrs to Odessa. I am afraid that such
purrs from Ozzy or Hubert would be too full of hypocrisy to be
effective.

------
Krista
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Old October 21st 04, 08:30 AM
LOL
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Singh wrote in message ...
First of all, many thanks to all of you who've purred and prayed for me
and my newest little girl, and for listening to a frantic, overreacting
cat-mama go batsh*t.

Okay, okay, y'all are right. She's pulling a nasty little feline trick
for the sole and specific purpose of scaring the pants off her mama.

About an hour ago she came out of our bedroom, squeaked at me, and took
off. And Louie had been having fits about her getting into the rafters!
I'll give him the what-for about spooking me like that! A bit later I
went and put some stuff in the dryer, turned it on, and she darted from
behind the machine like a cat out of hell, which she may be if this
keeps up. Being pitch-black has not helped us, even with a flashlight;
she's an expert, my little Black Russian, and had no doubt been a KGB
secret agent in a past life. I'm just glad my husband was wrong about
her getting stuck, and that she's hiding but safe. I was more scared
that she snuck out while I was checking the hallway for a package I was
awaiting. That girl's carrying camo in her makeup bag, the little devil!

Blessed be,
Baha



Heh. Lil stinker. I read this post before I posted in the thread
about her being missing, and I'm glad to know that she's safe. Tiger
and Tallulah are good, sweet kitties most of the time, so I'm having
them send out behave-yourself purrs to Odessa. I am afraid that such
purrs from Ozzy or Hubert would be too full of hypocrisy to be
effective.

------
Krista
 




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