posted by Lorraine at 5:04 PM |
Gee, when my cat tries to help, I usually get something like this...ggggggggggggggggggghjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkghvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhjkkkkkkkkkkk....or stuff like the verification words.DJW
Gawd, how I love cats.
She is there or on my lap. All day. When I go up to bed, she leads the way, and sits on me all night.
For a moment I thought this was going to be about writer's block. This turned out to be keyboard block. PS..do you have bat vision, Lorraine? Looks awfully dark!
Christer was mucking with his new phone. It actually takes amazing pics and video - 1080 somethingmajigs. That was just a bad angle.Or, I am Molewoman.
I did not know that moles could do the tango.
Back in the day of the monstor monitors, my cat would sit on top of it to stare out the window and swipe her tail back and forth over the screen while I was trying to work, or drape herself across the keyboard. They are just heat-whores. I hate to think what the inside of my PVR looks like from the cat sleeping on it forever.
Moles can do the tango if they have had lots of lessons, and get fitted for red sparkly shoes.I like the visual of a cat tail wiper blade.
Anon,If you had an Apple this would not be a problem. My iMac with built in 27" screen has no fan and generates no heat. Osama Bin Laden fired a heat seeking missile at me while I was on my computer and it hit my glass of luke-warm milk.No heat.Our cat ignores me at all times. I could care less about her, so there's no fun in it.
Oh Chris, methinks thou dost protest too much. I'll bet that you are just as big a cat-sap as the rest of us. And you probably kiss your cat right on the lips when no one is looking.
jmd...Ewwww. And I don't mean **ew**. I mean !@&**EEWWWWWW!!! Our cat has asberger's or there are some neurons that have gone wildly astray inside her misguided little brain. She has no hair on her paws or her belly or her... ahem... lady bits. And it's not because of some alien genetic mutation. It's because she licks it off. Furiously.So if you think I'm going to kiss that beastly little misogynist (which she qualifies as, I believe. Considering how she mistreats herself and all) on the lips you are not just mistaken, you are SORELY mistaken.But thanks for the thought.EW!
Ha! Maggie has the same problem! No fur on her tummy, and her little legs look like chicken bones on a plate.We call her our used cat. She's a little seedy looking. Except *I* of course think she's perfect. So do the boys.She gives us kisses. And if we're really lucky, she shows up her bum. She saves that for special moments.
When I kissed my cat Larry this morning, he slipped me a little bit of tongue. (That one was for Chris.)
*** head explodes ***
Here's one for Chris: we had a kitten once who used to suck on our ear lobes. He'd sneak into our youngest's bedroom and attack his ears in the middle of the night. The poor kid resorted to putting the pillow over his head to protect himself. We'd hear him crying in frustration and know that kitty had squeezed under the door again (there was a two-inch gap).He really was the sweetest thing. Don't know where the ear lobe nursing thing came from, but it was pretty funny (except to our little guy who, strangely enough, never seemed to get enough sleep...).Cat stories are the best. We have so many of them...
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