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Old November 9th 06, 03:01 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Will in New Haven
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I was sitting here typing. Some would call it writing but we'll see
when I am done. Wootoo was on the floor. She started yeeking. I had to
figure out what she needed. I went over the check list:

Her food dish was visibly full of her favorite goodies.

Her water dish was just refreshed.

She isn't much for toys but her old mouse toy was where she could get
it.

Her dresser drawer was pulled out and there was a fluffy old sweatshirt
in it.
No higher drawers were pulled out to cause her anxiety if she wanted to
get in her drawer.

Her (the other) computer chair was by the bed, so she could use it to
ascend prematurely.

But she WAS looking at the other chair. So I got up and swapped chairs.


And she hopped up in the chair I had been using.

Will in New Haven

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"Never try to outstubborn a cat." - Robert Heinlein
"I am not stubborn, Mr. Heinlein, I am just in charge." - Feather

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Old November 9th 06, 03:31 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Will in New Haven wrote:

I was sitting here typing. Some would call it writing but we'll see
when I am done. Wootoo was on the floor. She started yeeking. I had to
figure out what she needed. I went over the check list:


[snip list]

Her (the other) computer chair was by the bed, so she could use it to
ascend prematurely.


But she WAS looking at the other chair. So I got up and swapped chairs.


And she hopped up in the chair I had been using.



She just wanted the chair that had been pre-warmed by daddy. Be proud,
it's an honor!

Joyce
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Old November 9th 06, 04:43 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Jo Firey
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"Will in New Haven" wrote in message
ups.com...
I was sitting here typing. Some would call it writing but we'll see
when I am done. Wootoo was on the floor. She started yeeking. I had to
figure out what she needed. I went over the check list:

Her food dish was visibly full of her favorite goodies.

Her water dish was just refreshed.

She isn't much for toys but her old mouse toy was where she could get
it.

Her dresser drawer was pulled out and there was a fluffy old sweatshirt
in it.
No higher drawers were pulled out to cause her anxiety if she wanted to
get in her drawer.

Her (the other) computer chair was by the bed, so she could use it to
ascend prematurely.

But she WAS looking at the other chair. So I got up and swapped chairs.


And she hopped up in the chair I had been using.



My favorite cat thing is not that they can read my mind, but that they can
make me read theirs.

Jo


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Old November 9th 06, 06:55 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Marina
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Will in New Haven wrote:
But she WAS looking at the other chair. So I got up and swapped chairs.


And she hopped up in the chair I had been using.


Heh, she just wanted the *warm* chair.

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Old November 9th 06, 07:44 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Mischief
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Will in New Haven wrote:
I was sitting here typing. Some would call it writing but we'll see
when I am done. Wootoo was on the floor. She started yeeking. I had to
figure out what she needed. I went over the check list:


"Yeeking"? Okay, that's a new word.

Of course who am i to talk? I had to explain a few weeks back what a
"scritch" was and how "scritching" compared to scratching.


Glad to see you warmed up the chair. hehehehe

Kristi

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Old November 9th 06, 03:41 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Karen
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"Mischief" wrote in message
oups.com...

Will in New Haven wrote:
I was sitting here typing. Some would call it writing but we'll see
when I am done. Wootoo was on the floor. She started yeeking. I had to
figure out what she needed. I went over the check list:


"Yeeking"? Okay, that's a new word.

Of course who am i to talk? I had to explain a few weeks back what a
"scritch" was and how "scritching" compared to scratching.


I had to explain that to a friend (that does not have cats) scritching also.
Pearl was begging her for a scritch on the head so I said "She wants a
scritching". My friend was like WHAT? What is THAT? LOL!


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Old November 11th 06, 10:12 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Will in New Haven wrote:

I was sitting here typing. Some would call it writing but we'll see
when I am done. Wootoo was on the floor. She started yeeking. I had to
figure out what she needed. I went over the check list:

Her food dish was visibly full of her favorite goodies.

Her water dish was just refreshed.

She isn't much for toys but her old mouse toy was where she could get
it.

Her dresser drawer was pulled out and there was a fluffy old sweatshirt
in it.
No higher drawers were pulled out to cause her anxiety if she wanted to
get in her drawer.

Her (the other) computer chair was by the bed, so she could use it to
ascend prematurely.

But she WAS looking at the other chair. So I got up and swapped chairs.


And she hopped up in the chair I had been using.

Will in New Haven

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"Never try to outstubborn a cat." - Robert Heinlein
"I am not stubborn, Mr. Heinlein, I am just in charge." - Feather

Soncek doesn't do that, but that's because when he does, I pick him up
and put him in my lap when I sit down. And he is definitely not a lap cat
Best wishes,
Polonca and Soncek

 




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