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mazdajason

812 posts

58 months

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Friday 25th May 2012 quote quote all
A few of mika enjoying the sun this week.





Excuse my wife's legs...

Digby

3,504 posts

132 months

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Friday 25th May 2012 quote quote all
Such a hard life.




PS, liking the wifes legs mate.She hairy.LIKE ANIMAL!

Ali2202

3,108 posts

90 months

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Friday 25th May 2012 quote quote all
mazdajason said:
Excuse my wife's legs...
She NEEDS to get those sorted Fella! hehe

Mobile Chicane

17,878 posts

98 months

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Friday 25th May 2012 quote quote all
Bob, mid kill:



Blurry, since the light was low, but you get the idea...

I maintain he only sleeps on my bed in order to get first dibs at the corpse should I die in the night frown

MadOne

744 posts

54 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
Mobile Chicane said:
Bob, mid kill:



Blurry, since the light was low, but you get the idea...

I maintain he only sleeps on my bed in order to get first dibs at the corpse should I die in the night frown
yikes What is he eating? It looks like the pet hamster. Surely not.



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Simpo Two

59,983 posts

151 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
Hamsters are cheaper than Sheba Deluxe Ultra...

Mobile Chicane

17,878 posts

98 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
It's a mouse, honest! There are stables next door and the mice get fat from eating the horse fodder.

Negative Creep

12,979 posts

113 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
This week I'm cat sitting for my friend whilst she's on holiday. This is Woody, who is around 8 months old, and very docile. He seems to have taken to his new surroundings very quickly, and seems very happy rolling around on the floor and investigating everything in sight





His friend Buzz (pretty sure I have their names the right way round) is older, but I'm not sure by how much. He isn't taking so well, and has spend most of the time hiding. He doesn't seem scared, as he will still let you stroke him, but just doesn't want to come out. Hopefully it will wear off in a few days. The cut on his neck has been treated by the way.



His reluctance may have something to do with how he jumped up onto the 3rd floor window frame, which meant I had to grab him and prise him away. It's also necessitated the introduction of an emergency cat barrier around the window


TheHeretic

73,668 posts

141 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all

bigandclever

7,198 posts

124 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
Pique said:
If we're doing yawning pics
Good idea... Derek about to devour his reindeer:


MadOne

744 posts

54 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
Negative Creep said:
This week I'm cat sitting for my friend whilst she's on holiday. This is Woody, who is around 8 months old, and very docile. He seems to have taken to his new surroundings very quickly, and seems very happy rolling around on the floor and investigating everything in sight





His friend Buzz (pretty sure I have their names the right way round) is older, but I'm not sure by how much. He isn't taking so well, and has spend most of the time hiding. He doesn't seem scared, as he will still let you stroke him, but just doesn't want to come out. Hopefully it will wear off in a few days. The cut on his neck has been treated by the way.



His reluctance may have something to do with how he jumped up onto the 3rd floor window frame, which meant I had to grab him and prise him away. It's also necessitated the introduction of an emergency cat barrier around the window

Woody cloud9cloud9cloud9


TheHeretic

73,668 posts

141 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
My brother has just got a new cat. 5 months old, pitch black, and called Merlin. Being pitch black, it is pointless photographing him, as he appears as a silhouette no matter the light, so I drew him instead.









RobbieKB

7,159 posts

69 months

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Saturday 26th May 2012 quote quote all
TheHeretic said:
My brother has just got a new cat. 5 months old, pitch black, and called Merlin. Being pitch black, it is pointless photographing him, as he appears as a silhouette no matter the light, so I drew him instead.








hehe

bint

4,541 posts

110 months

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Sunday 27th May 2012 quote quote all
@ Negative Creep - Ours was sat on the top of the open window yesterday trying to get at the blue tit chicks in the eaves. Most disconcerting if you're sat outside underneath.....

Negative Creep

12,979 posts

113 months

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Unfortunately my amazing cat guard didn't work, as evidenced by the near cardiac arrest I suffered at 3am this morning when I woke to find one of them hanging out the widow yikes

I can't have the windows closed in this weather, so can anyone think of a way I can have it open without them trying to get out, including when they're left here alone?

Special K

892 posts

45 months

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Sunday 27th May 2012 quote quote all
Tinkabell - AKA Tinks enjoying the sun this evening


hornetrider

49,024 posts

91 months

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Sunday 27th May 2012 quote quote all
More cats chilling in the sun hehe


shep1001

3,098 posts

75 months

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Sunday 27th May 2012 quote quote all
Negative Creep said:


Unfortunately my amazing cat guard didn't work, as evidenced by the near cardiac arrest I suffered at 3am this morning when I woke to find one of them hanging out the widow yikes

I can't have the windows closed in this weather, so can anyone think of a way I can have it open without them trying to get out, including when they're left here alone?
Create a ledge perpendicular to the opening of the window along the frame making it hard to get out of the window from sat on the ledge. Make it stron enough its not floppy but weak enough if he tries to use it as a ledge it will fold and he can't sit on it.

My Pogull keeps falling out of the bedroom window, cats bounce quite well and they do always fall the right way up (I have watched him do it!)

Negative Creep

12,979 posts

113 months

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Sunday 27th May 2012 quote quote all
I came up with this somewhat more hardcore version earlier, on my other window with no shelves nearby



Tin foil is a very good way of making your cat act like he's just stepped on a landmine hehe. Although I'm sure he would be ok from the fall, the problem is he'd run off and I would never see him again!

I do like the shelf idea though, I'll incorporate it into my design

Dilligaf10

2,249 posts

96 months

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Monday 28th May 2012 quote quote all
Munter said:
You put up a seat in teh garden so you can sit outside for lunch. And look who turns up.

My 2 lunch mates.


Then things take a sinister turn in the evenings.

Stairs cat is watching you:



Edited by Munter on Friday 25th May 09:01
Why do you have my cat on your stairs?

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