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Old October 21st 03, 07:27 PM
Bev
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The kitties developed a liking for eggs when they tipped them from the
top of the frig a couple of times. This necessitated my shifting them
to the back of the servery against the wall, supposedly out of reach.
This morning they were dining on scrambled eggs. A six pack of eggs in
a transparent plastic egg container had been batted all the way from the
back of the servery onto the kitchen floor. Smash!!! Gobble gobble
gobble, slurp. Perhaps it's time to put the eggs in the frig. as people
suggested last time. Frig doors are not easy for kitties to open -
hummmmmmmmmmm, famous last words.

Bev
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Old October 21st 03, 07:47 PM
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"Bev" wrote in message
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The kitties developed a liking for eggs when they tipped them from the
top of the frig a couple of times. This necessitated my shifting them
to the back of the servery against the wall, supposedly out of reach.
This morning they were dining on scrambled eggs. A six pack of eggs in
a transparent plastic egg container had been batted all the way from the
back of the servery onto the kitchen floor. Smash!!! Gobble gobble
gobble, slurp. Perhaps it's time to put the eggs in the frig. as people
suggested last time. Frig doors are not easy for kitties to open -
hummmmmmmmmmm, famous last words.

glad my two cant read, grizzy doesnt need any ideas on creating havoc

mistoffelees learnt to open fridge door easily. i put fridge lock on it and
he just pulled it off as it was fixed on with double sided tape.

cati




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Old October 21st 03, 07:54 PM
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On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 07:27:24 +1300, Bev wrote:

The kitties developed a liking for eggs when they tipped them from the
top of the frig a couple of times. This necessitated my shifting them
to the back of the servery against the wall, supposedly out of reach.
This morning they were dining on scrambled eggs. A six pack of eggs in
a transparent plastic egg container had been batted all the way from the
back of the servery onto the kitchen floor. Smash!!! Gobble gobble
gobble, slurp. Perhaps it's time to put the eggs in the frig. as people
suggested last time. Frig doors are not easy for kitties to open -
hummmmmmmmmmm, famous last words.

Bev


You may have to get something with a keyed lock to put the eggs in.
Don't get anything with a combination lock because as smart as your
kitties are they'd soon learn the combination.

Nan
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Old October 21st 03, 10:00 PM
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Nan wrote:

You may have to get something with a keyed lock to put the eggs in.
Don't get anything with a combination lock because as smart as your
kitties are they'd soon learn the combination.


Yeah, and you'd probably forget it, LOL!

Joyce
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Old October 21st 03, 11:27 PM
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Their coats must be nice and sleek with all those egg yolks consumed!!

Lois

"Bev" wrote in message
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The kitties developed a liking for eggs when they tipped them from the
top of the frig a couple of times. This necessitated my shifting them
to the back of the servery against the wall, supposedly out of reach.
This morning they were dining on scrambled eggs. A six pack of eggs in
a transparent plastic egg container had been batted all the way from the
back of the servery onto the kitchen floor. Smash!!! Gobble gobble
gobble, slurp. Perhaps it's time to put the eggs in the frig. as people
suggested last time. Frig doors are not easy for kitties to open -
hummmmmmmmmmm, famous last words.

Bev
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before the masterpiece.



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Old October 22nd 03, 01:06 AM
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On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 07:27:24 +1300, Bev wrote:

The kitties developed a liking for eggs when they tipped them from the
top of the frig a couple of times. This necessitated my shifting them
to the back of the servery against the wall, supposedly out of reach.
This morning they were dining on scrambled eggs. A six pack of eggs in
a transparent plastic egg container had been batted all the way from the
back of the servery onto the kitchen floor. Smash!!! Gobble gobble
gobble, slurp. Perhaps it's time to put the eggs in the frig. as people
suggested last time. Frig doors are not easy for kitties to open -
hummmmmmmmmmm, famous last words.

Bev

I can't imagine NOT keeping eggs in the refrigerator. MLB
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Old October 22nd 03, 01:08 AM
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Nan wrote:

Yeah, and you'd probably forget it, LOL!
Joyce


That's what I thought, but I decided to be nice and not say it. LOL


Hey, I'm the first to admit that I would forget a combination lock.
I would write down the combination and then forget where I put it!
There's this condition called "CRS" - happens to women around the end
of their 40s, or early 50s. You 40-50-somethings know what I'm talking
about, right? Not being able to remember things like numbers, or
nouns. Or names.

Um, ah, er... oh, yeah - Joyce
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Old October 22nd 03, 02:21 AM
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m. L. Briggs wrote:
I can't imagine NOT keeping eggs in the refrigerator. MLB


I was thinking the same thing.. yikes!

Kristy
with six cats running around here, the only safe place IS the fridge, they
haven't figured that out YET

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