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Old July 1st 05, 02:45 PM
W. Leong
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Default He grabbed the spoon

This morning I spooned canned cat food onto Rusty's dish.
Afterwards, I let him lick the leftover on the spoon. He grabbed the spoon
with his paw and ate from it. When he dropped some, he
let go of the spoon and ate from the floor before going back to the
spoon.
He looked so cute I wish I had a camera on hand.
But then I couldn't move as I had to hold the spoon for him.

Happy Canada Day to all the Canadians out there.
I will watch the firework on Parliament Hill.

--
Winnie


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Old July 1st 05, 03:24 PM
Bobcat
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"W. Leong" wrote in message
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This morning I spooned canned cat food onto Rusty's dish.
Afterwards, I let him lick the leftover on the spoon. He grabbed the spoon
with his paw and ate from it. When he dropped some, he
let go of the spoon and ate from the floor before going back to the
spoon.
He looked so cute I wish I had a camera on hand.
But then I couldn't move as I had to hold the spoon for him.


Happy Canada Day to all the Canadians out there.
I will watch the firework on Parliament Hill.
Winnie


Thanks, same to you, eh? Re the firework, I hope the Government can afford
more than one this year! g Mind you, Martha, the fraidy-cat among our trio
would appreciate only a single bang. Fireworks, thunderstorms or any other
loud noises outdoors send her bolting for the basement - we call it her bomb
shelter.


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Old July 1st 05, 03:37 PM
W. Leong
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I noticed you are on Bell Sympatico too. Were you aboe to make
a connection yesterday? I
couldn't connect since around 4 pm ET yesterday. When I called
Sympatico, the lines were either busy or no answer. Finally I got
a recording saying there were technical difficulties.
I was only able to connect this morning. Must be so major problems.

Winnie
"Bobcat" wrote in message
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"W. Leong" wrote in message
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This morning I spooned canned cat food onto Rusty's dish.
Afterwards, I let him lick the leftover on the spoon. He grabbed the
spoon with his paw and ate from it. When he dropped some, he
let go of the spoon and ate from the floor before going back to the
spoon.
He looked so cute I wish I had a camera on hand.
But then I couldn't move as I had to hold the spoon for him.


Happy Canada Day to all the Canadians out there.
I will watch the firework on Parliament Hill.
Winnie


Thanks, same to you, eh? Re the firework, I hope the Government can afford
more than one this year! g Mind you, Martha, the fraidy-cat among our
trio would appreciate only a single bang. Fireworks, thunderstorms or any
other loud noises outdoors send her bolting for the basement - we call it
her bomb shelter.



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Old July 1st 05, 07:55 PM
Bobcat
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"W. Leong" wrote in message
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I noticed you are on Bell Sympatico too. Were you able to make
a connection yesterday? I
couldn't connect since around 4 pm ET yesterday. When I called
Sympatico, the lines were either busy or no answer. Finally I got
a recording saying there were technical difficulties.
I was only able to connect this morning. Must be so major problems.
Winnie


I had the same problems here in Toronto. Fortunately I had no pressing need
to read or send e-mail then so I ignored it, and the service was restored by
this morning when I did need it.


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Old July 2nd 05, 02:15 AM
CATherine
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On Fri, 1 Jul 2005 09:45:23 -0400, "W. Leong"
wrote:

This morning I spooned canned cat food onto Rusty's dish.
Afterwards, I let him lick the leftover on the spoon. He grabbed the spoon
with his paw and ate from it. When he dropped some, he
let go of the spoon and ate from the floor before going back to the
spoon.
He looked so cute I wish I had a camera on hand.
But then I couldn't move as I had to hold the spoon for him.

Amber (RB) used to eat out of a spoon all the time. My son got a
picture one time of Amber eating pudding with me. I wish you could
have gotten a picture. That is where it comes in handy having someone
else in the house with the camera ready. I still wish I could have
seen a picture of Miranda trying to get Marina's spoon just in front
of her mouth! LOL!


--
CATherine
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Old July 2nd 05, 04:24 PM
Christine Burel
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How cute -- is Rusty eating better now?
Christine
"W. Leong" wrote in message
. ..
This morning I spooned canned cat food onto Rusty's dish.
Afterwards, I let him lick the leftover on the spoon. He grabbed the spoon
with his paw and ate from it. When he dropped some, he
let go of the spoon and ate from the floor before going back to the
spoon.
He looked so cute I wish I had a camera on hand.
But then I couldn't move as I had to hold the spoon for him.

Happy Canada Day to all the Canadians out there.
I will watch the firework on Parliament Hill.

--
Winnie




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Old July 2nd 05, 04:59 PM
W. Leong
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Yes he is. Thanks!

Winnie
"Christine Burel" wrote in message
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How cute -- is Rusty eating better now?
Christine
"W. Leong" wrote in message
. ..
This morning I spooned canned cat food onto Rusty's dish.
Afterwards, I let him lick the leftover on the spoon. He grabbed the
spoon
with his paw and ate from it. When he dropped some, he
let go of the spoon and ate from the floor before going back to the
spoon.
He looked so cute I wish I had a camera on hand.
But then I couldn't move as I had to hold the spoon for him.

Happy Canada Day to all the Canadians out there.
I will watch the firework on Parliament Hill.

--
Winnie






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Old July 2nd 05, 05:01 PM
W. Leong
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Rusty has always love eating from the spoon. But this is the
first time he stood on his hind legs and grabbed the spoon.
I had pictures of him up on his hind legs to lick the lid of the can, but
not like this.

Winnie

"CATherine" wrote in message
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On Fri, 1 Jul 2005 09:45:23 -0400, "W. Leong"
wrote:

This morning I spooned canned cat food onto Rusty's dish.
Afterwards, I let him lick the leftover on the spoon. He grabbed the spoon
with his paw and ate from it. When he dropped some, he
let go of the spoon and ate from the floor before going back to the
spoon.
He looked so cute I wish I had a camera on hand.
But then I couldn't move as I had to hold the spoon for him.

Amber (RB) used to eat out of a spoon all the time. My son got a
picture one time of Amber eating pudding with me. I wish you could
have gotten a picture. That is where it comes in handy having someone
else in the house with the camera ready. I still wish I could have
seen a picture of Miranda trying to get Marina's spoon just in front
of her mouth! LOL!


--
CATherine



 




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