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Old September 22nd 05, 04:13 PM
Kreisleriana
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Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.

They are now curious about each other-- Stinky is still hissy and
hostile, but he really does want to see what the little guy is up to.
And the little one seems absolutely fascinated by Stinky, and
expresses this in that time-honored, clueless way honored by kittens
everywhere-- (including Stinky himself when he was a little bit)--
i.e., leaping straight at his face. :P Which Stinky responds to in
the time-honored way of mature cats everywhere-- with a hisspit.
Stinky, amazingly, has to this point, been too much of a gentlecat to
biff the little fiend.

So starting last night, things started to take on a kind of farcical
feel. The kitten goes about his ditzy, pinhead kitten busines, and
Stinky follows him at a safe distance of about a foot or two. If the
kitten notices him and reacts, Stinky hisses and leaves. Stinky goes
about his dignified grownup business (I never thought I'd see the day)
and the kitten sort of lollops after him, keeping at a safe distance,
until he just gets too excited, and ends up leaping at Stinky, with
the same result as above. Lather, rinse repeat.




Theresa
Stinky Pictures: http://community.webshots.com/album/125591586JWEFwh
My Blog: http://www.humanitas.blogspot.com
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Old September 22nd 05, 04:44 PM
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PICTURES OF MARVIN AND STINKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"Kreisleriana" wrote in message
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Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.

They are now curious about each other-- Stinky is still hissy and
hostile, but he really does want to see what the little guy is up to.
And the little one seems absolutely fascinated by Stinky, and
expresses this in that time-honored, clueless way honored by kittens
everywhere-- (including Stinky himself when he was a little bit)--
i.e., leaping straight at his face. :P Which Stinky responds to in
the time-honored way of mature cats everywhere-- with a hisspit.
Stinky, amazingly, has to this point, been too much of a gentlecat to
biff the little fiend.

So starting last night, things started to take on a kind of farcical
feel. The kitten goes about his ditzy, pinhead kitten busines, and
Stinky follows him at a safe distance of about a foot or two. If the
kitten notices him and reacts, Stinky hisses and leaves. Stinky goes
about his dignified grownup business (I never thought I'd see the day)
and the kitten sort of lollops after him, keeping at a safe distance,
until he just gets too excited, and ends up leaping at Stinky, with
the same result as above. Lather, rinse repeat.




Theresa
Stinky Pictures: http://community.webshots.com/album/125591586JWEFwh
My Blog: http://www.humanitas.blogspot.com



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Old September 22nd 05, 05:11 PM
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"Kreisleriana" wrote

Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.

They are now curious about each other


Sorta toldya so. Delighted it isn't taking longer. In a few more days
Stinky will be drawn into Hotstuff's wrasslin' matches & lovin' it!

Even after nearly 2 months Snowball is still hisspitting at Claudius
when he goes OTT but it doesn't stop them napping together in an
intertwined inextricably friendly fashion (something woke me up at
5am and I noticed them bundled up right beside me. Sorry no pic,
I went back to sleep happy.

SO WHERE ARE THE HOTSTUFF PICS YOU PROMISED US?

Purrs
Gordon & the FF


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Old September 22nd 05, 05:20 PM
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Kreisleriana wrote:

Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.


Sounds very good. Go Stinky! Go Hotstuff... or Marvin... or whosis...

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Old September 22nd 05, 06:22 PM
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Kreisleriana wrote:
Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.

snip
Great news!! When are we going to see pictures? ;-)
--
Adrian (Owned by Snoopy and Bagheera)
A House is not a home, without a cat.
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Old September 22nd 05, 06:43 PM
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See? =o) We told you they just needed some adjustment and time. I knew
Stinky wouldn't hide forever. He just had to make sure you knew you had
violated the Catslave Code in his eyes. I'll bet they'll be playing
together by this time next week.... or maybe the week after that. =o)

Melissa

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Old September 22nd 05, 09:10 PM
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Kreisleriana wrote:
Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.

They are now curious about each other-- Stinky is still hissy and
hostile, but he really does want to see what the little guy is up to.
And the little one seems absolutely fascinated by Stinky, and
expresses this in that time-honored, clueless way honored by kittens
everywhere-- (including Stinky himself when he was a little bit)--
i.e., leaping straight at his face. :P Which Stinky responds to in
the time-honored way of mature cats everywhere-- with a hisspit.
Stinky, amazingly, has to this point, been too much of a gentlecat to
biff the little fiend.

So starting last night, things started to take on a kind of farcical
feel. The kitten goes about his ditzy, pinhead kitten busines, and
Stinky follows him at a safe distance of about a foot or two. If the
kitten notices him and reacts, Stinky hisses and leaves. Stinky goes
about his dignified grownup business (I never thought I'd see the day)
and the kitten sort of lollops after him, keeping at a safe distance,
until he just gets too excited, and ends up leaping at Stinky, with
the same result as above. Lather, rinse repeat.

Theresa
Stinky Pictures: http://community.webshots.com/album/125591586JWEFwh
My Blog: http://www.humanitas.blogspot.com


I can't wait to see pics of the two of them interacting (or not!) together!
It's too funny when you describe things; must be hilarious when you're right
there in person to witness.

Jill


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Old September 22nd 05, 10:14 PM
Kreisleriana
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On Thu, 22 Sep 2005 18:22:03 +0100, "Adrian"
yodeled:

Kreisleriana wrote:
Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.

snip
Great news!! When are we going to see pictures? ;-)



Not instantly, I'm afraid, and I apologize. There is something wrong
with my digital camera, and I am too busy and hassled right now to do
anything about it. So the pictures will be taken the old-fashioned
way-- get to the end of the roll, have it developed. Sorry. I
promise you'll see him before he gets bigger than Stinky.


Theresa
Stinky Pictures: http://community.webshots.com/album/125591586JWEFwh
My Blog: http://www.humanitas.blogspot.com
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Old September 22nd 05, 11:49 PM
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On Thu 22 Sep 2005 11:13:12a, Kreisleriana wrote in
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Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He
seems to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal
is doing than yield the field.

They are now curious about each other-- Stinky is still hissy
and
hostile, but he really does want to see what the little guy is
up to. And the little one seems absolutely fascinated by Stinky,
and expresses this in that time-honored, clueless way honored
by kittens everywhere-- (including Stinky himself when he was a
little bit)-- i.e., leaping straight at his face. :P Which
Stinky responds to in the time-honored way of mature cats
everywhere-- with a hisspit. Stinky, amazingly, has to this
point, been too much of a gentlecat to biff the little fiend.

So starting last night, things started to take on a kind of
farcical feel. The kitten goes about his ditzy, pinhead kitten
busines, and Stinky follows him at a safe distance of about a
foot or two. If the kitten notices him and reacts, Stinky
hisses and leaves. Stinky goes about his dignified grownup
business (I never thought I'd see the day) and the kitten sort
of lollops after him, keeping at a safe distance, until he just
gets too excited, and ends up leaping at Stinky, with the same
result as above. Lather, rinse repeat.


Amazing how kittens will bring out the grownup in a previously
kittenish cat! Good thing is, that once they are familiar with
each other, the kittenish behavior comes back. When I chose
Scarlett and Rhett, it was with Shamrock's wild side in mind. They
had to be wild enough, and outgoing enough to put up with him. Oh,
boy, do they ever! LOL

Sounds like things are going nicely!



Theresa
Stinky Pictures:
http://community.webshots.com/album/125591586JWEFwh My Blog:
http://www.humanitas.blogspot.com




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Cheryl
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Old September 23rd 05, 02:25 AM
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Kreisleriana wrote:
Stinky is now moving more or less freely through the house. He seems
to have decided he would rather see what the little vandal is doing
than yield the field.


Stinky just needs to give you time to realize that you displeased him,
and to make it appear as though he has chosen this new course of action
after careful deliberation.

--Fil

 




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