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    mrblanche
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    Hey, Pete...

    who's the little marmalade curiosity seeker?

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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Have you read the SPP, CFR, Patriot Act documents yet? Quote me some parts in the documents that prove your points.

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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Did you notice that this thread is not on that subject?

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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Here's another version, which they probably got from the same place (and then added some text...)

    Chip H.

    http://icanhascheezburger.com/2007/0...ou-masturbate/




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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Ah, I think I've seen that before.

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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Quote Originally Posted by mrblanche
    who's the little marmalade curiosity seeker?
    ...today I had to fish Beezy out of the floor in the upstairs guest bathroom - which is down to the studs as I remodel the thing... she just snuck in behind me and (of course) lept with great zest into the exposed floor... and then did not want to come out. So I left her there for awhile to see if she'd come out on her own - but after a bit I got worried she might try to explore the walls and really get stuck (this has happened before in our old house with another cat) and I did not want to face either having to bash down drywall (bad) or (much worse) smell the dead cat for the next six months... so I crawled down on my belly, reached in and grabbed Curious Cat and got her out of there.... it seems cats just have to get into anything and everything that's new/previously unexplored.... part of their charm, I guess!

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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    I'm not intimately acquainted with hedgehogs. Just how sharp ARE those spines? Like a porcupine, with barbs, etc?

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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    mrblanche,

    It's an avatar I picked up on the Internet on a public domain avatar page.

    Chip,

    I did not realize that there was a whole "ceiling cat..." thing on the Internet. How do people come up with these things?




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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Well...here, for instance:

    http://www.lolcats.com/


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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric
    ...today I had to fish Beezy out of the floor in the upstairs guest bathroom - which is down to the studs as I remodel the thing... she just snuck in behind me and (of course) lept with great zest into the exposed floor... and then did not want to come out. So I left her there for awhile to see if she'd come out on her own - but after a bit I got worried she might try to explore the walls and really get stuck (this has happened before in our old house with another cat) and I did not want to face either having to bash down drywall (bad) or (much worse) smell the dead cat for the next six months... so I crawled down on my belly, reached in and grabbed Curious Cat and got her out of there.... it seems cats just have to get into anything and everything that's new/previously unexplored.... part of their charm, I guess!
    The problem with cats, of course, is that they won't come when you call them, and sometimes you really need them to come right now. The trick is to train them to come when they hear some "clue" to something they really want. We give our cats a little taste of soft food each morning and evening, and just rattling the saucers will bring them from anywhere. But a can of cat treats will work, too.

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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Quote Originally Posted by mrblanche
    You're not kidding, anyone who has owned a cat knows this to be true. It's surely amazing how a cat can come into a household and in a very short period of time, the household revolves around the cat.

    Have you guys seen this Cat compilation video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujCzfQH81s0



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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    Quote Originally Posted by mrblanche
    The problem with cats, of course, is that they won't come when you call them...
    My 'Lil Girl will (most of the time).

    ...and sometimes you really need them to come right now.
    That's the one time I can depend on her NOT to come.


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    Re: Hey, Pete...

    My cat comes when I call him, sometimes. I love it when I call for him late at night and see him come galloping from half a block away.

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